Chelsea Flower Show

Every year RHS Chelsea Flower Show takes over Chelsea area's life and covers it all with flowers. The tickets to the show have now sold out (unless you are a member) so I wanted to give you a glimpse with some of the photos I took during the press view.

Even if you can't make it to the show or were not quick enough to buy the tickets it still makes sense to visit the area to admire Chelsea in Bloom - participating shops embracing this year's Floral Safari theme with the beautiful blooming displays.

After visiting all the shops in Chelsea take 15 minutes walk to Belgravia's Instagram famous pink Peggy Porschen Cakes with their gorgeous (obviously, pink) floral display.

Many thanks to @london, the RHS and Visit London for arranging my visit.

Exploring Greenwich with @visitlondonofficial

This Friday I had a great time exploring Greenwich with Our tour started with visiting the dome of Old Royal Naval college, one of my favourite buildings in Greenwich. The dome is not generally open to the public so we were very lucky to be able to go there. The college itself is well worth a visit as you can enjoy the Painted hall (not pictured here).

In the distance you can see Queen's house that has one of the most beautiful spiral staircases in London.

And talking about staircases - this one leads to the dome of Old Royal naval college.

We then continued inside the Cutty Sark, the worlds sole surviving tea clipper, and fastest ship of her time.

I have to confess that it was the first time I took a river bus and I was surprised how fast they are! The view was great too!

We finished at the Intercontinental hotel near O2 and had a chance to see how Emirates cable cars are operated.