Posts Categorized: London

Another Night on Carnaby Street

So, after a night of getting lost in a black of of wikipedia articles and youtube videos about Carnaby Street, I decided to go out there last night for some drinks. We started off at Ain’t Nothin’ But; the  only Blues Bar in Soho and probably anywhere in this country. It’s a little strange, seeing… Read more »

Carnaby Street 1960s

So I was recently informed from a reader that Carnaby Street apparently has some past, kind of similar to San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury in its cultural relevance. The Carnaby Street 1960s vibe was a cool one, swinging London was in full effect, and union jacks hung from every store, go go boots were everywhere…just look at… Read more »

Carnaby Street Shopping Party!!

Ladies and gentlemen, save up for your retirement later: Carnaby Street is offering 20% off on pretty much all of their shops this Thursday, May 2nd from 5-9pm. Good Googley Moogely! I can’t wait, you just need a free ticket you can just get off their website and you’re set. Basically, I’m going to be… Read more »

Haunted Hotels London: The Georgian House

The next stop on our tour de creepy in my segment, Haunted Hotels London is none other than the Georgian House Hotel. The buildings have been up since 1851, standing the test of time, one of which, is apparently still hosting some of the ghosts who never left the 19th century. To be honest, it’s… Read more »

Haunted Hotels London: The Cadogan

Today in Haunted Hotels London: I stay at the Cadogan, a spiffy Knightsbridge joint that has a lengthy history and a famous guest who seemed to have never left. This is the place where poor beloved writer, Oscar Wilde was arrested in room 118 and charged with sodomy. Before that whole ordeal happened, Lillie Langtry, the mistress… Read more »