This Spring got off to a bad start in the UK, as we suffered first the Beast from the East and then Storm Emma, bringing high winds and snow. In fact, much of March was a bust, with temperatures in the low digits and depressing grey skies.
Early April looks like it will not be much better. Although temperatures might occasionally creep over 10 degrees, the amount of rain forecast is not so much April showers as April downpours.
That said, there is plenty to do and see in London this spring. You just might have to stick to indoor activities. But with a sexy companion from Lilyfields escorts by your side, there is no need to be blue, as they will make even a rainy day a happy one.
Here is our pick of the best activities to enjoy in London this spring in the company of some classy female lady.
You could spend the day in traditional English style and invite your beautiful and charming date to afternoon tea. London has a wealth of tea rooms to choose room. You can go fully traditional by visiting Lord’s Cricket Ground, where the Long Room serves one of the most sumptuous spreads imaginable. Scones with butter and jam, triangular sandwiches and as much tea as you can drink make this the perfect retreat, and they will include a guided tour of the ground and its charming museum.
If cricket isn’t your thing, the Sanctum tea room in Soho manages to combine English tradition with a modern twist. Yes, it’s afternoon tea, but not as your grandparents would know it. Mini burgers or rabbit and pancetta pasty will set you up for the rest of the day, while the poached oysters with Bloody Mary relish is just the thing to get you in the mood for some loving.
Every girl like chocolates, and London has some of the best chocolatier shops in the world these days, making a visit to one of them a perfect way to escape the horrid weather. Melt in fashionable Notting Hill is the pick of them, with mouth-watering delights made fresh on site every day. With Easter around the corner, now is the time to indulge, and you can even buy gifts for all your loved ones.
If the sun does show itself, then the Underbelly festival in South Bank might well be worth a visit. Circus, theatre, cabaret, comedy, and music are all on offer, as well as some of the finest street food in London. The mix of tented and outdoor areas means you can catch some sunshine when possible, while not being exposed to the elements when it does rain. This al fresco festival actually lasts throughout the spring and summer and ends in September, so no doubt you will get the chance to see it at some point.
How do you intend to welcome in the spring? Meeting a London escort from the Lilyfields selection is one great way to do it, and we humbly suggest that you check out our portfolio of hot companions now to see who takes your fancy.