It is my last weekend before my big battle next week and I was getting major cabin fever at home so I had to head out and catch some fresh air and come back to my worries and troubles later. I could not think of a better place to escape then amongst the clouds, so I went to the rooftops of London!
Two weeks ago when I was in Ibiza, Spain I wrote to you about my rooftop experience with my great friends from the Me hotel in Ibiza, Spain. Today, I went to the rooftop of the Me Hotel in London, to have brunch and drinks at Radio, their rooftop bar.
If I could use one word to describe the people and the atmosphere I would say trendy. Everyone was dressed to the nines, something that is a bit unusual for London and more typical of say Paris or Milan. It was a refreshing change to see both the ladies and gentlemen in attendance fully groomed and fresh faced at noon on a Saturday in London, and something you definitely do not see very often.
The one word I would use to describe sitting outside on the rooftop and enjoying the al fresco breakfast is fantastic. The views are just awesome, you have the entire view of the South side of London from East and stretching to the west side.
I HIGHLY recommend this rooftop bar for anyone looking for a great view of London. All of the famous landmarks are within sight from a single rooftop! Westminister Abbey, Big Ben, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and more, all from one roof!
We enjoyed some drinks and tapas on the rooftop but to be honest left hungry. I would not recommend you to go to this place on an empty stomach like I did. The drinks here however were absolutely fantastic, and the views were amazing. I promise if you come for the nice music, the drinks, and the stunning views of London, you will not be disappointed!
Stay tune for my next post on the famous Covenant Garden! Leave me a comment below on what your favorite monument or thing about London is. Your idea may be featured in a future post! Have a great weekend everyone, Cheers.
My heart is always skipping the beat and my soul wanders between real and dream