This is the view from the balcony in the boys bedroom - no doubting where you are!
London has been hot hot hot this week so when LBB and I were deciding what to do last night Bea's of Bloomsbury's block party style cinema club seemed like a perfect idea.
Bea's is an awesome cafe with a few shops in London (including a brand new one in Farringdon that I'm planning to try this morning) and a railway arch in Maltby Street SE1 - their fresh food and cakes everyday are fantastic look at their website for more details (www.beasofbloomsbury.com).
We were running a little late so jumped in a cab - when we asked him to drop us off at these railway arches in what looks like an industrial area he thought we were mad, but go in through the metal door and inside it's all set up with a massive screen and a load of assorted deck chairs.
The screen really is massive but we still grabbed a seat at the front to stretch out
Not unsurprisingly the food was fabulous and we went for a chilli cheese dog each and paired this with a bottle of prosecco!
There was also mac'n'cheese, popcorn, some delicious looking cakes, beer wine and soft drinks.
The atmosphere was relaxed and friendly, we watched Forrest Gump and the small group laughed, sighed and cried through a few gentle hours.
It was a great evening, we walked back in the warm evening to London Bridge which was still buzzing. I love that London offers so many choices and that awesome companies and places like Bea's exist.
They have movie night running through the rest of July and August each Tuesday with more classic films including Some Like it Hot, Home Alone and Jaws. Tickets are £5.
It's another beautiful London morning, I need to get up and walk to work before it gets too hot! Another adventure in town tonight. Lucky lucky me.