Don’tyou find with a glimpse of sunlight in the mornings you seem to leap out of bed with a jolt (when hangover free anyway) and are eager to take on the day…rather than pull the duvet back over and hide away from the wind and rain! Yes, when the summer comes a-shining our mornings are faced head on.
Now MOMA!, who knock up Britain’s BEST bircher muesli breakfast in a convenient yoghurt pot to aid those on the go, have asked us to for some places where we would spend our mornings…there’s something a little special about having 5 minutes in the sun before you take on the day or simply being up early on a weekend catching London all still. So with our MOMA! Bircher Muesli breakfast pot (wild berry) in a tote bag we’d be hitting up the below where it won’t cost you a penny to sit back in take in city life.
The top of Hampstead Heath/Primrose Hill offers great views over London, plus you are surrounded by green green green and being up a height the air feels fresh and clean. We’d grab five and watch all the ant like people soldering away in the distance.
Early mornings at the Lido in London Fields offers a little tranquility as the sunlight glistens off the water…be careful though tucking into your morning breakie there will only having you dreaming of holidays and that gets expensive!
On a weekend a stroll to Columbia Road’s Flower Market is great for people watching. Park your bum on a curb and munch away as the local cockney’s use their charm on the unsuspecting tourists to woo them into buying all sorts of plants and flowers with the most colourful and exotic language.
A popular route is to cycle along the canal, where there’s many a stop off point for a snack. Simply watch the ducks and swans pass through on a pace so slow we could all learn a thing or two.
For some super charge inspiration 5 minutes at Piccadilly Circus will do just the trick. The space has much going on, from kids running wild and commuters rushing through crowds to buskers and entertainers pulling in the crowds. A melting pot of people all with different agendas.