We stayed in the The Hub (part of the Premier Inn Group) - they're cheap, small but clean and in really central locations, we stayed in Brick Lane - I would highly recommend them.
Admiring the East London street art.
Found a great place for breakfast The Breakfast Club in Artillery Lane, loved the food and the atmosphere, a mix of city workers and builders, in a retro setting. The first evening we met up with friends and had dinner at The Flat Iron in Curtain Road, amazing steak, dripping chips, and creamed spinach, followed by caramel mousse and sea salt. The next day, a little bit of shopping, a visit to the National Portrait Gallery and then more dining with friends at The Bike Shed in Old Street. Home for a rest!
And because life's not all about gadding around cities (unfortunately) I've also been hard at work starting on a new range of dresses and bags.
And using up all that spare fabric I've been making some big tote bags for ladies.