Break Your Routine – By @AroundSkadri

The Dean bigadminjobs | November 2, 2015

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Adriano Sganzini

By Adriano Sganzini

 

Break Your Routine

 

Hi all,

Welcome to my weekly scab. Since the first day we have all been told to be hungry and collect dots around the city. London is a giant city and we could easily lose ourselves in it and enter a daily routine that we don’t really want. Wake up, go to school, work, work, work, go home, eat, sleep. Here you can find little tips for every day of the week. They will be different things, so be prepared and open for everything, and if you want just collect the dots 🙂

 

Monday:

Time for a late cinema show.

Tonight in Ritzy:

The suffragette

The inspiringly kick-ass history of Britain’s early feminist movement is powerfully recreated in Suffragette, written by Abi Morgan  and directed by Sarah Gavron.

21.50 Ritzy Cinema Brixton

Tuesday:

Chill in the sky

In Sky garden there is the highest public garden in London.

Enjoy the sunset wit a glass of martini in the Sky Pod Bar or just book a free visit and walk in this particular park

http://skygarden.london/

Wednesday:

Lunch street food time

Borough Market

Go for a walk and eat some food in borough market. One of the oldest market in the town. You can try every tipe of food and if you don’t want to spend money just go for a walk and try all the food. It’s usually free and after half of the stands you will be full.

Thursday:

Bonfire Night 2015

Ready for some firework? It’s the bonfire night in London. It  start in 1605 when Guy Fawkes, a member of the Gunpowder Plot, was arrested while guarding explosives the plotters had placed beneath the House of Lords. Celebrating the fact that King James I had survived the attempt on his life, people lit bonfires around London, and months later the introduction of theObservance of 5th November Act enforced an annual public day of thanksgiving for the plot’s failure.

So go around the city and enjoy the fireworks

http://londonist.com/2015/10/where-to-watch-fireworks-in-london-2015

Friday:

Murder Night

Ready for a scary guided tour in London? Take a trip into London’s Dickensian past with London Mystery Walks. Journey through the dark, dirty and murderous streets of a world of violente, prositution and gin – ruled over by the menace of Jack The Ripper.

http://www.tourguides.org.uk/

Saturday:

Canary Warf ice skating

time to visit a new area in London. Canary warf is known as the financial district of London. But few people known that in the winter you can go there for ice skating. Reserve the ticket online and enjoy the ride in an amazing venue.

Sunday:

 

London Cat Village

do you still have stress from the week? don’t worry this couple got the amazing idea to create a themed coffe that can help you.

They create a Cat Village with inside 20 real cats. Drink a coffe and play with them this will be your most relaxing experience ever.

http://www.londoncatvillage.com/

 

Hope my dots can help you guys to enjoy the week,

 

See you tomorrow and stay connected for next week dots 😉