Feeling quite conscious of many drinks I was having whilst on a date, I suggested to my date to spend some time looking over the City (which was now lit up as it was quite dark).We cosied up on the couches by the edge of the terrace and chatted for a while.No over-simplified anecdote can soothe an aching heart that is still mending, but we can be active in confronting the fears we have surrounding indictments from previous relationships.In order to transform heartbreaking words said in anger that still echo, here is a little soul alchemy to promote healthy closure and make new space for healing.It’s covered with hundreds of little orange lights which glow as the evening gets darker.If you’re worried about the weather in the open terrace, we were given an umbrella and saw plenty of heaters.Their Japanese-Brazilian-Peruvian fusion menu alone attracts large crowds and boasts a beautiful terrace overlooking the CIty.Sounds like a great place to go for a birthday treat, or a work dinner, but does it work for that ideal date location in London?
We all know the sting of winter—when the weather cools and we are utterly, undeniably single, with no suitors in sight.
I suggest going in the early evening because the elevator ride up gives you a view of the sunset over London, which will put you and your date in a romantic mood.
The terrace itself has an eye-catching tree in the middle of the bar.
What burns even more are memories of hurtful words, left behind after breaking away from meaningful relationships which, for whatever reason, just didn’t work out.
What if the only reason our heart sinks and our eyes water as we compare being single to love between others is we have not yet retrieved the wisdom left by each hurtful circumstance?