I have some exciting news to share with you all.
For the last few months, I’ve been using Everplaces, a handy travel app to store my favourite locations, whether I find them in London or while travelling. It’s very simple to use. All you do is add a photo or two, a few lines of text and the contact details of the restaurant, shop or place of interest. This can be done from your phone or on your laptop. You can also build collections, based on your personal interests, eg London coffee, Copenhagen design or Tokyo fashion, to give a few examples. People on Everplaces follow each other and save places that they’re interested in visiting.
I’m now working on my own Everplaces app aimed at visitors to London. It’s a guide with my 50 tips for discovering some good old British traditions alive and well in modern London – where to have afternoon tea, drink coffee in a former Victorian public toilet, buy a vintage English china tea set, or fill up on Cockney pie and mash. And how about strolling down Regent’s Canal on a sunny weekend morning or discovering the mysteries of Room 95 at the British Museum?
So for the next two months I’ll be running around London playing tourist and gathering information on places to eat, shop, see and do. The shortlist is already complete, and I have another list for the next update which will be in November.
My app is now ready to download for free from the App Store.
Thanks and I hope you’ll like it!