November is a rather grey time of year and when it’s foggy and rainy all I can think of doing is snoozing my alarm and cocooning myself in my duvet. However the other day I had a museum date so pulled myself away from my nest and headed into town.
Grabbing a morning pick me up we strolled from Waterloo in the drizzling rain to a childhood favourite of mine The British Museum.
I spent many a happy day on school trips here being asked to draw the Rosetta Stone; which yes is impossible especially when you are only 10 years old.
I’m quite happy to just nose around museums but special exhibitions are always a bonus and luckily we had tickets to The Celts Art and Identity exhibition – its quite a long one but well worth it if you’re interested about the ancestry of our country.
It was a no photograph zone inside the exhibition but so worth it if you have an afternoon free.
We headed upstairs to have a little trip down memory lane in the Egypt exhibit, mummies are still weirdly interesting.
Before heading off to my favourite Belgium restaurant Le Pain Quotidian where I treated myself to a cheeseboard.
We bid the foggy city goodbye before heading home via some amazing street art.
Peace Out and Pixie Dust XO