Category Archives: Europe

Princi Restaurant-London

Atmosphere! Surrounded by marble is what made me love the restaurant. Princi is an Italian cuisine restaurant. We went there for breakfast, food wasn’t great but it wasn’t bad either. Although, in my experience the food wasn’t great, I still recommend it because of the interior plus I probably wasn’t lucky with my food choice.

Tel: +44 (0)20 7478 8888

Princi, 135 Wardour Street, London, W1F 0UT


La Petite Maison restaurant-London

La Petite Maison is high end French cuisine restaurant in London (it has a branch in NY and Dubai). Yummy!! Their food is delicious, service was amazing, to summarize I loved everything about this restaurant. The restaurant is built on the concept of the sharing. Dishes that have been done are served immediately.

Some of the dishes I loved:

-Onion tart with anchovies (I ordered it without anchovies)
-Burrata (is a must)
– Warm Chocolate Mousse (this dish made me a fan of chocolate mousse!)

Hot Chocolate Mousse!

Contact Details:
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7495 4774
53-54 Brook’s Mews
London W1K 4EG


Novikov restaurant-London

Italian & Asian

Novikov two in one. The restaurant has an Italian cuisine and an Asian cuisine. Located in Mayfair the restaurant has caused quite the buzz with its atmosphere and delightful food! Next time your in London it might be worth the look.

The Italian:

The Asian:

Location & Contact:

50a Berkeley Street
Mayfair, London
W1J 8HA 

T: +44 (0) 207 399 4330


Bulgari LONDON

Yes finally! Bulgari hotel in London has opened its doors for visitors! The hotel has one of the top restaurants called IL Ristorante which is Italian. So far the hotel looks very nice, leave you with the pics to judge.

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The hotel is located in Knightsbridge


What to do in a day in Geneva?

Last summer I had fun spending the a day in Geneva. We went there in the morning and took the last train back to cranes montana. So if your going to do the same here are some suggestions:

Make sure that your arrival time in Geneva is before 2.30 pm so you can have lunch because thats when the restaurants close usually.

For Lunch/Dinner: Entercote is a yummy choice for those of you who are meat lovers! You can never go wrong with Entercote! Another place is Roberto their food is basically YUMMY!

Cafe: Auer is one of the famous spots in Geneva. I love their coffee!

Shopping: BonGeni is department store located on Rue de Marche

Have a tour ride, its so much fun I love to ride these tricycles! You can find them near the bridge next to the fountain.

Rue de Rive: is one of the main roads in Geneva where there’s a lot of shops. Basically its a nice place to have a walk and shop 😉

The Famous Fountain: How can we forget the famous fountain take a boat ride to have a close look at the fountain.

As you can see from the pix that day the weather was just amazing it started as a sunny day and ended with a bit of rain perfect combination, or at least for me 😉


Cecconi’s Mayfair, London

My visits to London are usually this time of year, which might explain my out of control cravings for exclusively restaurants in London! My craving this week is Cecconi’s Veal Milanese!

Situated in Mayfair, Cecconi’s is a modern day classic Italian restaurant. Originating in Venice and with outposts in West Hollywood and Miami, Cecconi’s has become a critically acclaimed dining destination featuring simply prepared Venetian inspired food.

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Address:

5A Burlington Gardens, London, W1S 3EP, UK.

Tel: +44 (0)20 7434 1500

Opening hours

Monday to Friday: 7am – 1am

Saturday: 8am – 1am
Sunday: 8am – 12am


No Bullfighting in Catalonia, Spain anymore!

Bull Fighting is a historical sport that has became a part of the Spanish culture. Started in the 8th century as a celebration of crowning of King Alfonso VIII, it has carried on since

However on 28 July 2010, Catalonia’s parliament, after a long debate, voted 68 to 55 (with nine nonparticipants) in favor of banning bullfighting in Catalonia.

Under Spanish law, citizens who collect at least 50,000 signatures within 120 days in support of a proposed change in the law may present that petition to the regional parliament, obliging the latter to debate and vote on the proposal.

The Catalan vote means Article 6 of the Animal Protection Act will strictly outlaw bullfights in Catalonia from 1 January 2012.