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The 65ft Broadway Tower sits atop Broadway Hill, 1,024 above sea level making it the second highest point of the Cotswolds. It offers commanding views of 16 counties from its viewpoint.
Snowshill is a charming Cotswold village located in Gloucestershire and is famously known in pop culture as the location for the winter scenes of Bridget Jones’ Diaries.
The sunflower field at the Cotswold Farm Park will brighten even the gloomiest British summer days, it’s an insta-worthy place to visit in Gloucestershire.
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Life in London
Villa di Geggiano gives you a taste of Tuscany at the heart of West London. A stunning restaurant serving Italian dishes handcrafted by their maestros using traditional techniques in food preparation.
I finally had a chance to dine at this no-frill Michelin-starred restaurant by the famous Fergus Henderson and I must say, Bourdain’s claim of it being the restaurant of his dreams is valid.
Their inviting pub garden is a reason enough to visit The Norbiton which is one of our local pubs but the pizza that their kitchen whips out is also just as stunning. Definitely one of those rare pubs that actually serve great food!
There’s a new tube in town only this one’s called tubesteaks. Twelves and Eights’ hotdogs are made in-house and loaded with all the trimmings of a typical Chicago Dog, this sure is for people with a huge appetite.
Day Trips from London
The beautiful Blenheim Palace is a World Heritage Site with over 300 years of history and is the only non-royal countryhouse in England to hold the title of a Palace. It’s a stunning place to wander around in.
A journey of an hour and 40 minutes from Central London brings you to Shere in Surrey, a quintessential English chocolate box village. It’s a famous filming location in England due to its unique beauty and old-world charm.
With 265 acres under vine, Denbies Wine Estate is the largest vineyard in England. Only an hour away from Central London, it’s a stunning place to spend your afternoon in.