Bouncing around at Oxygen Freejumping Acton

I can still remember the time when I was young how I liked to jump on trampolines.Which child didn’t? Indeed, trampoline jumping has always been a big hit among the youth. But also adults still seems to like it, something I experienced as well last weekend when we joined a fun birthday party at Oxygen…

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A Japanese lunch at Sake no Hana

Last weekend we celebrated my birthday with an extensive lunch at the beautiful Sake No Hana, located in Mayfair on the St. James Street. When passing the building, you don’t see much of the restaurant because of the blinded windows. But upon entering you step into a beautiful serene setting with a breathtaking interior design…

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Fun at the Acton Green Common Playground

When I ask my daughter where she wants to go, she usually prefers the playground. A big favorite in our neighborhood is the one at Acton Green Common. A spacious and save playground, with modern appliances suitable for all ages. There is also a big sand pit which most of the children loves a lot….

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Roasted beans meets pinball machines

If you like coffee and an old school pinball game, then you should definitely pay a visit to Chief  Coffee in Chiswick. A bit hidden, but not to be missed. In a side street at the Turnham Green Terrace you’ll find this cool spot, where the owner has been able to combine his interest in…

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Get spooky in the London Museum of Water & Steam

Now that half term has started, London seems to be fully dedicated to children’s activities. Whether it concerns theater, sports or museums, there is plenty to do every day. Many have organized additional activities during this period, next to the regular program. For example the London Museum of Water & Steam in Brentford, where the…

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