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Book Review: London Style Guide

Travellers are curious by nature. We like to explore menus and markets as much as we do the woods or highways that disappear off to the horizon. We like to descend nondescript stairways to see what lay below. We want to know and see and touch and taste and feel we are making some traction on this huge world we know we’ll never fully discover, but goddammit we want to give it our best crack. I’m sure I’m not alone in this: If I go to a destination, I want to know I’ve seen all the cool bits. I want to later be able to have a conversation with a local and find common ground. I want to know neighbourhoods. And next time I go I want to know more neighbourhoods. I think author Saska Graville is one of these curious souls too. Or at least she’ll certainly assist a few. Her London Style Guide (Murdoch Books) is a delightfully curated mix of sleek bars, eccentric vintage boutiques, independent bookstores, florists and cupcakeries (is that …