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Thursday 18 July 2019

A Strong Case to be Wined and Dined at Carluccio's

The team here at St. Pancras are pretty conversant with just how special a delicious meal at our Carluccio's is, however sometimes it's good to get an outsider's perspective...

Cresta Okonkwo for Luxuria Lifestyle magazine makes a strong case for booking a table at Carluccio's. 

Read Luxuria Lifestyle article here.

Thursday 04 July 2019

Write it down!

Regardless of what your travel plans look like this summer, whether Paris is on your horizon, a stay-cation in London or a trip to the south coast - it matters not!

This summer we challenge you to keep a journal.

If you fancy yourself to be a bit of a wordsmith then keeping a traditional diary might be for you, otherwise a more unconventional approach might be your thing; sketching your summer experiences or starting a scrapbook are two ideas that come to mind. 

Embracing your creative side through journal keeping is a really cathartic activity and you might find that you notice more things around you.

To get your summer challenge underway, we happen to know just the place you should visit; Kikki.K have everything you need from notepads, planners and diaries to all things stationery - the chic Swedish designs is also an added bonus!

Even documenting the seemingly mundane everyday things can have its benefits; try putting pen to paper and describing your morning coffee or doodling the things you spot during your next lunch break and you'll see what we mean. 

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Wednesday 03 July 2019

Drag Queens put on Flawless Performance at St.P in run up to London Pride

This morning (6th July 2019), St. Pancras International played host to a performance like no other, as award-winning UK Drag Queens Ophelia Love and Kitty Scott Claus graced the station's concourse with an energetic performance of popular crowd pleasers, to raise money for LGBTQ charity, METRO.

As a travel hub for revellers coming into the city this weekend to celebrate at the famous London Pride parade; the seriously stunning Queens performed an exciting medley of hits including Somebody to Love and Holding Out For A Hero, as a buzzing crowd gathered around St. Pancras International's public Elton John piano.

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