Christmas season starts in December and London dresses up in its most festive way. This is the time when people enjoy not only the beauty but also the spirit of the holiday. There are plenty of things one can do together with Lilyfields escorts in London: exhibitions, theatre performances, Christmas walks in parks, restaurants – Christmas season venues…
This the season to be jolly… Well, almost. At this time of year, there are parties, events and theatre productions a-plenty.
If you want to take advantage of all that London has to offer at this time of year and you would like some beautiful and entertaining company for such events, then you only need to book one of the top London escorts through Lilyfields agency!
I asked my colleagues what they would like to do this month to add to my list and here’s what they said:
Take me to Gigi’s in Mayfair for cocktails… It’s ok, I won’t ask for the most expensive cocktail in the world (£9,000 apparently…) but I’m a sucker for a Silvertini (Bombay Sapphire, elederflower, gomme, lychee, lime juice anmd Thienot Rose champagne).
Let’s go and watch Made in Dagenham at the Adelphi Theatre. I’m always sympathetic when it comes to the plight of working girls, after all… and Gemma Arterton is one of my favourite actresses.
It’s a cold time of year so we should celebrate it – a la the Hyde Park Winter Festival. We can pop into Santa’s grotto (what am I going to say when he asks if I’ve been a good girl this year…?). We can try out the giant observation wheel and have a go on the biggest outdoor ice rink in the UK, before finishing off with refreshments in the ice bar.
I am a keen amateur photographer so the World Press Photo Exhibition at the Royal Festival Hall displays the entries to the annual world press photo competition. The 140 shots cover the events of 2013, including pictures taken in Syria, West Bengal, Buenos Aires and more. Plus, it’s free!
Take me to Bar Baulud’s in Knightsbridge. This branch of the New York restaurant offers up exquisite French food at very reasonable prices. You can try out charcuterie, terrines, pates, hams and sausages, and mains include coq au vin and steak frites, finishing off with cheeses and classic puddings. Real man food, I should say.
And finally, for a top end dining experience, take me to Five Fields in Chelsea – haute cuisine at its contemporary best. The restaurant uses fresh produce grown in its own gardens, fish from Cornwall, scallops from Orkney and Yorkshire lamb – as well as wine from Kent. And it has a brilliant cocktail list.