London mourns man who invented Espresso Martini

London cocktail legend, Dick Bradsell recently sadly passed away. He’s most known for his invention of the espresso martini. But he also created a collection of cocktails that include the Bramble, the Treacle, the Wibble, the Russian Spring Punch, and the Pink Chihuahua.

There’s never been a better time to visit the capital, and yet many of us are swayed away from travelling because we don’t have the clarity we need. We ponder whether we’ll be able to navigate ourselves around the city, especially if we’re visiting for the first time. But with access to an accommodation such as the Park Grand Hotel London, you can settle yourself in one of the most various spots in the city. The accommodation here serves some of Bradsell’s famous cocktails.

Paddington is filled with many restaurants and located close to Oxford Circus, Europe’s busiest shopping street. Shopping doesn’t get any better than in London. With myriad shops, boutique stores, designer brands, and luxurious department stores – you have it all when you arrive in the capital.

Marylebone, Bond Street, Oxford Street, Knightsbridge, and Covent Garden comprise the five areas you’ll want to visit if you want to get the full shopping experience in the city. In Marylebone, you’ll find many luxury jewellery stores, chic restaurants and cocktail bars, and designer brands.

At Knightsbridge, you’ll find the widely coveted and world famous store called Harrods. Its iconic green shopping bags and prestigious first class service will all be here to experience first-hand. A famous department store that can be found nearby although a little less well known – is the Harvey Nichols store. It’s famous for its prominent designer labels and many in-store services which include a hair and nail salon and much more. Book your stay in London this season, and experience it all!

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