A week-end in London: May 25-28, 2012

A little love at the heart of the urban jungle. See, street art can be so easy, a little sticker and you can bring a smile to a total stranger. Now what will you do of this sunny week-end? Nothing planned yet? Scroll down, we have a few ideas for London.

That’s art baby:

* Love Damien Hirst but do not want to pay the Tate Modern fee to see his retrospective? See his latest paintings at the White Cube for free instead.

* Christopher Boffoli’s miniature world is sure to leave you with a smile on.

* Photography gets out of focus at the Saatchi.

* Wow. At the Science Museum you can lead a digital 132 pieces Philharmonia Orchestra

Yummy time ahead:

* A delicious walk for gourmet Londoners this way.

* Too hot? Stop at Chin Chin Labs to try ice creams made with liquid nitrogen. Amazing to see et ever so delicious.

Out of the ordinary:

* Geocaching fan? There is quite a hunt on Thursday in Greenwich.

* On Friday, dinner is served at the V&A for their late evening theme.

* Not to be missed -  the world famous Chelsea Flower Show of course. Don’t forget to walk around the neighbourhood, the shops make a special effort to bloom with creativity.

* Find a bargain at Soho’s flea market on Sunday.

* Can’t find a good book to read? Bibliotherapy will find the dream one for you…

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