Sometimes life in London becomes a little too much to bare; there is only so many armpit-to-face scenarios that one can take before feeling the need to flee to the countryside. But a woodland escape need not to be a far-flung, far-fetched plan, there are plenty of glorious outdoorsy adventures to be had right on the Capital’s doorstep. 

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Those clever folk who say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day are definitely my kind of people; I am constantly on a quest for the best coffee, the freshest juice and the kind of menus that can force me out of my comatose state in the morning. The Black Penny on Great Queen Street, minutes from Holborn station and Covent Garden, managed just that.

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The quest for tantalising breakfasts and brunches is one that has troubled many a Londoner year on year – quirky cereal bars are exciting until you realise you’re paying the same for a bowl as you would a box, waffles are a short-lived delight bound to not only blow the diet but also leave you in a sugar-induced coma for the rest of the day, and a full English – much like the Sunday roast – is simply never as good as when mum makes it.

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