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Outstanding Plays to Look Forward to

Outstanding Plays to Look Forward to

The July theatre season is upon us and it’s already shaping up to be something quite special! There are a lot of really intriguing plays on offer with everything from … Continue reading →

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Visit the Wallace Collection, one of London’s finest museums

Visit the Wallace Collection, one of London's finest museums

Address: Hertford House, Manchester Square, London W1U 3BN

The Wallace Collection is a national museum situated in a historic London town house at Manchester Square. It houses 25 galleries featuring … Continue reading →

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Best Beer Gardens in London

Best Beer Gardens in London

With the weather warming up it is more and more frustrating to be cooped up indoors. You have to put up with sitting in your office all day looking out … Continue reading →

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A Brief History of Paddington

A Brief History of Paddington

Paddington is a delightfully vibrant corner of London. Perched just above Hyde Park with easy access to the rest of the city and rail links to the rest of the … Continue reading →

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Rugby World Cup 2015 fixtures in London

Rugby World Cup 2015 fixtures in London

Sports fans from around the world will head to the UK this autumn for the eagerly-awaited Rugby World Cup 2015. Between September 18th and October 31st, the top 20 nations … Continue reading →

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Check in! Top tips for passing airport security

Check in! Top tips for passing airport security

Whether you’re coming to stay at one of the luxury hotels in Park Lane, or a budget hostel designed for backpackers, the same principle applies. To enter the UK … Continue reading →

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Getting Around London

Getting Around London

London is vast and sprawling and disorganised. There are side alleys off side alleys and roads that twist and wind every which way around the city. Getting around the city … Continue reading →

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The Oyster Explained

The Oyster Explained

London’s pretty huge and its public transport system is correspondingly complex. It all begins with the Oyster card. Getting one is essential for life and travel in London, but why, … Continue reading →

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Prime Shopping near Marble Arch

Prime Shopping near Marble Arch

One of the best things about staying in the Marble Arch area is the prime shopping it gives you access to. London’s West End is famous for its fashion outlets … Continue reading →

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An Introduction to Marble Arch

An Introduction to Marble Arch

The Marble Arch area is an exciting and interesting place to spend your time.On one side you have elegant tree lined streets, terraced houses, and Hyde Park; and on the … Continue reading →

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Free Fun in London

Free Fun in London

Spending time in London is incredible, but unfortunately it is quite often expensive. Travel, drinks, even food, are all well above the European and American average.If you are low on … Continue reading →

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Old Deer Park: One of London’s finest open spaces

Old Deer Park is an expansive open space on the outskirts of London that plays host to a wealth of sporting events.

Stretching over a 147-hectare site, although more than … Continue reading →

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