Yesterday I took Izzy on the train to Kingston, not an easy place to get to as you have to go into London then get tube to another station then another train out to Kingston. It was well worth it though as Kingston is a lovely place, by the time we got there we were hungry so decided to go into Zizzi which is an Italian restaurant and have lunch. Very good choice as is was superb. Izzy had the children’s menu which was only £6.50 and consisted of bread sticks for starters.

20140419-070219 pm.jpg Then a pizza that she picked her topping of just cheese and ham.

20140419-070309 pm.jpg She loved the pizza and ate everything and still had room for the ice cream.

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20140419-070435 pm.jpg One full happy Izzy. I had pasta with chicken and a gooey chocolate pudding, both delicious.

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20140419-070637 pm.jpg After lunch we went for a walk, looked in a few shops and the went and saw the swans.

20140419-070748 pm.jpg It was then time for us to go into the theatre to see Hetty Feather, which is a book for children written by Izzys favourite author Jacqueline Wilson which they have made into a show. It was performed by just seven people and was very good. Izzy thoroughly enjoyed it.

20140419-071114 pm.jpg It was then time for the journey home on the train again but we both had a brilliant day and would recommend Zizzi and Hetty Feather to everyone.



  1. 21st April 2014 / 9:00 pm

    Thank you, yes Izzy is my bookworm/writer granddaughter xx

  2. 19th April 2014 / 10:14 pm

    It sounds like a very pleasant day. I assume Izzy is your granddaughter. A nice Easter treat! I am looking forward to your next post. – Maureen

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