As a treat Andrew took me out to Searcys Champagne Bar at St Pancras Station to celebrate.
It is something I have always fancied going and it was even more amazing than I thought it would be.
We had a delicious bottle of champagne, our own little booth and dressed in our most glamorous clothes.
If it's a quiet secluded atmosphere you are looking for this may not be where you want to go. However if it is an intimate atmosphere whilst still being able to do a little people watching, watching people go and return on their travels to Europe, surrounded by epically beautifully architecture - you'll love it.
The only thing I'd change is I'm pretty sure the staff are not allowed to be too friendly, so when I asked one how his day was (as I try and always do), he pretty much gave me a polite smile and ignored the question. Also I'd provide blankets, I was quite cold and felt guilty for the environment that they put the heater on for me in the middle of summer. The blankets must have been put away for the summer months.
As you'll see in the photograph, we started the evening with a walk around Kings Cross which was a delightful start to the evening. I couldn't believe the queue for the Harry Potter platform entrance and discovered there is even a Harry Potter shop. Other highlights were walking past a man playing the piano rather randomly placed at the Eurostar arrivals gate, and seeing the Meeting Place statue which I always love.