As you probably know by now, London is like my second home. I don’t think there’s ever a month, or a two-week period that goes by without that 2hour 14 minute journey from Manchester Piccadilly to London Euston. But this time we’d booked the lush Zetter Townhouse for a change from the average stay.
Walking up to the beautiful townhouse, we recognised from the outside this wasn’t going to be just an average two-night stay in London. Clerkenwell itself seemed like a small suburb compared to the busier areas of London. The pastel blue door was almost non-recognisable as a hotel, just the italicised name across the front in black writing gave it away – no mammoth branding or signs to be seen.
On entering the building it was like attending an old-English Mad Hatters tea party. Quirky prints filled the walls like a game or tetris, furniture cluttered the wooden flooring in different fabrics and shapes, whilst tassel light fixtures hung from the ceiling. We knew we were in for a treat, just from dodging through the sea of people in the reception enjoying spectacular cocktails!
There comes a time in every young persons life where they begin to realise that those little things that once kept them awake at night are just a speckle of what they’ll have to deal with when their older. This realisation for me came a couple of years ago. I woke up one morning and decided that that day was going to be my day. I was going to do what I wanted, not take anything to seriously and realise that every cloud truly does have a silver lining. And since then, that’s how I’ve lived.
Known for their organic, healthy lifestyle I knew the Danish wouldn’t disappoint when it came to dining out. So on our first day in Copenhagen, Sasha and I just decided to wing it for lunch! After arriving from Manchester, we started the afternoon by taking a stroll into the centre in Købernhavn where we stumbled upon Social Coffee.
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