London Travel Sitemap - Page 3 2016-09-26

Where To Get a Drink in London After Midnight
If you would like to know where to drink in London after midnight you need some insider knowledge so let me help you.

Enigma Escape London - Live Escape Game Review
Enigma Escape is a London immersive escape game. Take your team to see if you can beat the clock and escape from The Killer.

Visit Tower RNLI Lifeboat Station in Central London
Find out about the Tower RNLI Lifeboat Station in central London saving lives on The Thames, and how to visit for free.

Tower Bridge is Not London Bridge - Common Mistakes in London
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The British Museum is not the Museum of London - Common Mistakes in London
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London is Not The City of London - Common Mistakes in London
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Union Flag Flying Over Buckingham Palace Does Not Mean The Queen is Home
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Common London Confusions - Common Mistakes in London
Have a look at at these common London mix-ups so you don't make the same mistakes.

Big Ben is not the Clock Tower - Common Mistakes in London
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Westminster Abbey is Not Westminster Cathedral - Common Mistakes in London
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Kennington is Not Kensington - Common Mistakes in London
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Bombay Brasserie - Indian Restaurant in South Kensington London
Bombay Brasserie in South Kensington is a wonderful modern Indian restaurant with delicate dishes and superb service.

Best Indian Restaurants in London
There are many Indian Restaurants in London so this is a list of recommendations.

Free Things to Do in London with Parents
Your parents are coming to London and you want to impress them but need to keep the costs down. Let me help you...

Greenwich - Free Things to Do in London with Parents
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Little Venice - Free Things to Do in London with Parents
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National Gallery - Free Things to Do in London with Parents
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Savoy Hotel Museum - Free Things to Do in London with Parents
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Abbey Road Crossing - Free Things to Do in London with Parents
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Hampstead Heath and Kenwood House - Free Things to Do in London with Parents
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Kensington Roof Gardens - Free Things to Do in London with Parents
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A Church Service - Free Things to Do in London with Parents
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The Wallace Collection - Free Things to Do in London with Parents
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Auction House Viewing - Free Things to Do in London with Parents
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Open House London Weekend 2015
Open House London takes places every September. Around 700 new and old buildings, usually closed to the public, open their doors for us to look inside - completely free of charge.

Songs About London
There have been many songs written and sung about London so this was a hard decision, but here are our top ten songs about this great city.

SCOTTEVEST Women's Lightweight Vest Review
I've tried using a SCOTTEVEST women's lightweight vest instead of a bag for everyday city life in London to see if the 20 pockets could cope. Find out how I got on.

The Escape Hunt London Review
Escape Hunt is London's largest

London Underground Tips
Tips and advice on using the London Underground system.

London Underground Tips
Tips and advice on using the London Underground system.

Thamesjet London Review
Thamesjet is the only jet powered RIB on the river Thames and offers sightseeing trips which zoom up to 40mph once past Tower Bridge with plenty of exciting twists and turns.

Notting Hill Carnival 2015
London's Notting Hill Carnival is Europe's largest street party. It takes place every year on the last weekend of August and is free to attend. The Notting Hill Carnival displays its Caribbean roots with an amazing parade of floats snaking through the streets of west London.

Coram's Fields - Children's Playground in Central London
Coram's Fields is a central London playground that is good for children of all ages and a great place to visit at the end of a days sightseeing so the kids can go crazy for a while and you can relax with a coffee.

Pay As You Go Cell Phones In London
How to choose a cell phone (mobile phone) for your vacation in London, England.

London Gay Pride Festival and Parade
All you need to know about London's annual celebration by the lesbian and gay community, which welcomes everyone to join in the party.

Top 9 Best Places for Breakfast in London
Eating out at breakfast time in London is a lot more fun than just fried food or toast. Find out where Londoners have decided you can find the best breakfasts in London.

Best Free Public Toilets in London
We all need to need where the best loos are in central London whether we're visiting or local.

Westminster Abbey London - Visitor Information
You can pay to visit Westminster Abbey during the day or attend a church service for free. Find out all you need to know to plan a trip to Westminster Abbey.

Fish Pedicures in London
Fish pedicures came to London in 2010. Learn where to go in London to get a fish pedicure and learn what they feel like.

11 Places to Find Free Music in London
Find out where you can enjoy free music in London on a regular basis.

How To Find The Peter Pan Statue in Kensington Gardens
Directions on how do you find the Peter Pan statue in Kensington Gardens, plus further information about this delightful statue.

Cheeky Fairy and Peter Pan Statue
I think this fairy is looking up Peter's 'skirt'!

How To Find The Peter Pan Statue
Directions on how to find the Peter Pan Statue in Kensington Gardens.

Kensington Gardens: Italian Gardens
The Italian Gardens in Kensington Gardens were commissioned by Queen Victoria and are now regularly used as a movie location.

Kensington Gardens: Long Water
Information about Long Water, a lake in Kensington Gardens, London.

Peter Pan Statue, Kensington Gardens, London
The Peter Pan Statue was erected in Kensington Gardens, London on 1st May 1912. Find out more...

How Big Is The Peter Pan Statue?
Find out how big the Peter Pan Statue is in Kensington Gardens, London.

Peter Pan Statue: Rabbits
In this bronze statue, Peter Pan is standing on a tree trunk covered with climbing squirrels, rabbits, and mice. This photo shows you the rabbits towards the bottom of the sculpture.

Peter Pan Statue: Fairies
Peter Pan is standing on a tree trunk watched by animals of the English countryside and delicate winged fairies. This photo shows you the dancing fairies around the middle of the sculpture.

Climbing The Peter Pan Statue
Children love to climb up the Peter Pan Statue in Kensington Gardens, London.

Citymapper London App Review
Citymapper is simply the best London transport app available and it's also free. Find out why it's more than just A to B route planning.

UK Currency Exchange in London
Currency exchange is available at many different sources in London. Find out about the options and where to get the best exchange rate.

Free Things to Do in the City of London
The City of London, also known as the Square Mile, is the financial and business center of London. The area becomes really quiet at the weekend when the workers aren't there and is well worth a visit as it's full of historical buildings next to modern additions. And, there's loads of free things to do.

Best Steak Restaurants in London
Are you looking for the Best Steak Restaurants in London? Look no further, here they are.

London Wildlife - Where to See Birds and Animals in London
As London is such a busy city you may think wild birds and animals wouldn't choose to settle here but there are many places to see unusual wildlife in London.

Afternoon Tea at Claridge's London Review
Afternoon tea should be luxurious and elegant and that's what you get at Claridge's. Enjoy the gentle live music and the award-winning afternoon tea of pastries and savories, light, crusty scones and rich clotted cream. Oh, and as much tea as you can drink.

The Monument London - Visitor Information
The Monument in the City of London was built by Sir Christopher Wren in 1667, after the Great Fire of London, to give hope that the

Where To Find Free London Tube Maps
Find out where you can find free London tube maps online and in paper form. Plus more useful information for using the London Underground.

London Weather Throughout The Year
You've probably heard that London weather can be quite unpredictable. We Londoners are known to regularly carry both our sunglasses and an umbrella. But London weather is never so extreme as to detract from all the great things to do in the city. Find out about London weather throughout the year.

Where To Have Christmas Day 2014 Lunch in London
If you prefer to eat out on Christmas Day there are some restaurants open in London. Find out where to go for Christmas Day dining in London and make sure you book in advance.

May in London - Weather and Events Guide
Find out about the weather, what to wear, highlights, public holidays, and annual events taking place in May in London.

Hotwire Secret Hot Rate Hotels Review
Hotwire can offer really big discounts on London hotels with their 'secret hot rates' but you won't know the hotel's name until after booking. I went ahead and made a booking to see if it was a good idea and found myself in a 5 star hotel for a 3 star rate.

The Goring Hotel Afternoon Tea Review
Afternoon Tea at The Goring is served on the Goring Terrace, overlooking the private garden. There is a wide selection of teas including their own Afternoon Tea blend. It's a traditional afternoon tea with a three tiered silver stand laden with sandwiches, homemade scones, and a selection of pastries.

Warwick Castle Review and Visitor Information
The medieval Warwick Castle still has most of its magnificent towers and ramparts intact. You can go down into the Castle Dungeon where prisoners were tortured, then relax in the lovingly tended gardens. During the summer months, archery, falconry, and jousting take place in the grounds.

2nd Top Ten Free Things to Do in London: London for Free
You've seen the Top Ten Free Things to Do in London so what else is there? Well, here's is the second Top Ten Free Things to Do in London with more ideas to keep you busy in London without costing you a penny.

Stick of Rock, City Seaside fun at The London Eye Summer 2008
Stick of Rock, City Seaside fun at The London Eye Summer 2008. Page 14.

Horse Guards in the London snow on 2 February 2009
Horse Guards in the London snow on 2 February 2009. Page 6.

Ice-cream Van and the National Gallery, St. George's Day celebrations, Trafalgar Square, London
Ice-cream Van and the National Gallery, St. George's Day celebrations, Trafalgar Square, London. Page 16.

Look Rigt - Spelling Mistake
Look Rigt - Spelling mistake at corner of Bedford Avenue and Tottenham Court Road, London, WC1. Page 18.

Kings Cross Harry Potter Platform 9 3/4 London
Kings Cross Harry Potter Platform 9 3/4 London. Page 13.

Policeman bollard
Policeman bollard. London Travel. Page 4.

Queen Mother's Gate Hyde Park London
Queen Mother's Gate Hyde Park London. Page 11.

Trafalgar Square Village Green
Picture of Trafalgar Square Village Green 2007. Page 22.

Leapfrog bollard - Two Pupils Statue in Chelsea London - Leapfrog Bollard
Bollards come in many shapes and sizes and although I've occasionally noticed a bollard of interest nothing has surprised me as much as this one. Page 3.

Sleeping in the sun
A man making the most of a summer's day by sleeping on one of the benches in Covent Garden piazza. Page 37.

Sleeping in the Sun
A man making the most of a summer's day by sleeping on the benches in Covent Garden piazza. Page 36.

Optician's sign
Sign for an optician shop in Covent Garden. Page 35.

Street Artist
A street artist using pastel chalks to create street art. Page 34.

Funny Street Performer
A street performer in Trafalgar Square. Page 26.

Stripy Statue Street Performer
A street performer amusing a group of children by pretending to be a statue. Page 27.

Seven Dials
Sign on street furniture at Seven Dials in Covent Garden. Page 32.

Snowman in London - 8 February 2007
Snowman in London - 8 February 2007. Page 38.

Top Shop Advert Uncovered at Oxford Circus Tube Station, London (November 2006)
Top Shop Advert Uncovered at Oxford Circus Tube Station, London (November 2006). Page 25.

What You Don't Always See: Parked and Locked Unicycle
What You Don't Always See: Parked and Locked Unicycle. Page 24.

Stitch and Bitch London Trafalgar Square Lion Scarf Appeal
Stitch and Bitch London, a friendly knitting group, held a Trafalgar Square Lion Scarf Appeal to raise money for Cancer Research UK. Page 23.

Number 26 London Bus for Cheap Sightseeing in London
The number 26 London bus runs from Hackney Wick to Waterloo and has some good sightseeing opportunities in the City and on Waterloo Bridge.

Metropolitan Police Hook on Great Newport Street London
Metropolitan Police Hook on Great Newport Street London. Page 5.

Plaque in Trafalgar Square showing original Charing Cross location and where all distances are measured from in London
Plaque in Trafalgar Square showing original Charing Cross location and where all distances are measured from in London. Page 8.

Tower Bridge Chimney - Tower Bridge Chimney Photo
On the north side of Tower Bridge there's a chimney stack on the approach that most people don't notice. Have you spotted it? What's it there for? Find out more... Page 2.

Tower Bridge Hay Bale Hanging - Tower Bridge Hay Hanging
There is a bale of hay hanging from Tower Bridge whenever someone is working higher up, to alert those below. Find out more...

George Washington Statue outside The National Gallery at Trafalgar Square London
George Washington Statue outside The National Gallery at Trafalgar Square London. Page 10.

London Eye Valentine's Cupid Red capsule
London Eye Valentine's Cupid Red capsule. Page 39.

Maasai Tribesmen in Trafalgar Square - Less seen sights of London
Maasai Warriors in Trafalgar Square, London, England. Six Maaasai warriors from Northern Tanzania ran in the Flora London Marathon 2008 in traditional dress to raise money to provide their dry village with water. Page 17.

World's smallest Police station in Trafalgar Square London
World's smallest Police station in Trafalgar Square London. Page 9.

Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill statue Bond Street London
Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill statue Bond Street London. Page 12.

Reading the Paper
Reading the newspaper outside Tate Britain. Page 28.

Tall Vehicles Beware!
Sign seen near Tate Britain on Millbank, SE1. Page 33.

Street Art painted in Tate Modern, seen from the River Thames on a London Eye River Cruise.
Street Art painted in Tate Modern, seen from the River Thames on a London Eye River Cruise. Page 15.

Charles I statue in Trafalgar Square showing original Charing Cross location
Charles I statue in Trafalgar Square showing original Charing Cross location. Page 7.

St. Pauls's Cathedral reflected in the Window of the Tate Modern cafe
St. Pauls's Cathedral reflected in the Window of the Tate Modern cafe. Page 30.

Trafalgar Square Lion, London
A tourist sitting on one of the Trafalgar Square lions in London. Page 29.

What You Don't Always See - Less seen sights of London
This collection of photos highlights London sights not everyone notices, the small details that add so much to the city's character.

What You Don't Always See - Less seen sights of London
This collection of photos highlights London sights not everyone notices, the small details that add so much to the city's character.

What You Don't Always See - Less seen sights of London
This collection of photos highlights London sights not everyone notices, the small details that add so much to the city's character.

What You Don't Always See - Less seen sights of London
This collection of photos highlights London sights not everyone notices, the small details that add so much to the city's character.

Fabric London - London Super Nightclub
Fabric nightclub opened in October 1999. The club has a 2,500 capacity so arrive early on Friday and Saturday nights as the queues get really long. They have a 24 hour music and drinking license so clubbers party all night.

Great Eastern Hotel Tour - Open House London
The Great Eastern Hotel was built between 1884-87 by Charles Barry, the grandson of Charles Barry who designed the Houses of Parliament. I've known it all my life as I used to travel into London from Essex and see the Great Eastern Hotel sign inside Liverpool Street station as I arrived. It used to be a gloomy place where rooms could be rented by the hour but I always knew underneath there was a fine building wanting to shine.

Jack the Ripper and the East End Exhibition Review - Museum in Docklands
Jack the Ripper and the East End is on at the Museum in Docklands in London till 2 November 2008. The world's macabre fascination with the Jack the Ripper murders can be quenched with this first ever exhibition to explore the murders and their legacy.

The Gore Hotel - London Hotel Review
The Gore was established as a hotel back in 1892 but the current owners took over in 2006. The Gore has undergone extensive refurbishment so the can offer 'Tradition with a twist'. Find out more about the guest rooms, bar, and restaurant.

Best Free London Apps
These recommended free London apps will help you navigate the city and know what's going on.

Bonfire Night London - Firework Displays on Bonfire Night in London - November 5th
In London and in the UK in general, we have a passion for fireworks at this time of year. Halloween isn't really our thing, although more and more children's costumes are going on sale these days. We look forward to November 5th when we commemorate Guy Fawkes's attempt to blow up the Houses of Parliament with barrels of gunpowder in 1605.

Life Guard, London
Life Guard, London. London Travel.

Leicester Square Half Price Ticket Booth, London
Leicester Square Half Price Ticket Booth, London. Page 14.

Pelican
Pelican. London Travel. Page 2.

Piccadilly Circus
Piccadilly Circus. London Travel. Page 13.

Queen's Chapel Sign
Queen's Chapel Sign. London Travel. Page 7.

Queen's Chapel
Queen's Chapel. London Travel. Page 6.

Royal Academy
Royal Academy. London Travel. Page 12.

St. James's Palace 2
St. James's Palace 2. London Travel. Page 10.

St. James's Palace
St. James's Palace. London Travel. Page 9.

Truffitt & Hill
Truffitt & Hill. London Travel. Page 11.

Buckingham Palace London - See Buckingham Palace London
Buckingham Palace, London. London Travel. Page 3.

Friary Court
Friary Court. London Travel. Page 5.

London Eye
London Eye. London Travel. Page 4.

St. James's Palace Guards
St. James's Palace Guards. London Travel. Page 8.

Westminster Walking Tour Photos
A walking tour of Westminster starting at Trafalgar Square, then to Parliament Square, through St. James's Park, to Piccadilly, then Leicester Square and ending up back at Trafalgar Square.

Westminster Walking Tour Photos
A walking tour of Westminster starting at Trafalgar Square, then to Parliament Square, through St. James's Park, to Piccadilly, then Leicester Square and ending up back at Trafalgar Square.

City of London: Tower of London from view point outside Tower Hill Underground Station
Tower of London from view point outside Tower Hill Underground Station. Page 2.

City of London: Tower of London from road opposite
Tower of London from road opposite. Page 3.

City of London: The Royal Exchange
The Royal Exchange in London. London Travel. Page 53.

City of London: St. Magnus the Martyr church sign
St. Magnus the Martyr church near London Bridge in London. Page 14.

City of London: St. Paul's Cathedral 3
St. Paul's Cathedral London. London Travel. Page 52.

City of London: St. Paul's Cathedral 1
St. Paul's Cathedral London. London Travel. Page 47.

City of London: St. Paul's Cathedral 2
St. Paul's Cathedral London. London Travel. Page 48.

City of London: Sun dial at Tower Hill Underground Station
sun dial at Tower Hill Underground Station opposite the Tower of London. Page 54.

City of London: Tate Modern
Tate Modern London. London Travel. Page 50.

City of London: Temple Bar 1
Temple Bar in London. London Travel. Page 45.

City of London: Temple Bar 2
Temple Bar in London. London Travel. Page 46.

City of London: Tower Bridge London
Tower Bridge London. London Travel. Page 6.

City of London: Ticket office queue for the Tower of London
Ticket office queue for the Tower of London. Page 4.

City of London: London Hydraulic Power Company tunnel entrance
London Hydraulic Power Company tunnel entrance to tunnel under The River Thames. Page 5.

City of London: Duke of Wellington Statue
Duke of Wellington Statue in London. Page 32.

City of London: Old wood in St. Magnus the Martyr church
Old wood in St. Magnus the Martyr church near London Bridge in London. Page 16.

City of London: Roman wall in London outside Tower Hill opposite the Tower of London
Roman wall in London outside Tower Hill opposite the Tower of London marks the edge of the city

City of London: St. Mary-le-Bow Church
St. Mary-le-Bow Church in London. Page 34.

City of London: St. Andrew Undershaft Church
St. Andrew Undershaft Church in the city of London. Page 26.

City of London: St. Magnus the Martyr church + The Monument
St. Magnus the Martyr church near London Bridge in London. Page 13.

City of London: St. Magnus the Martyr church near London Bridge in London
St. Magnus the Martyr church near London Bridge in London. Page 12.

City of London: St. Magnus the Martyr church sign
St. Magnus the Martyr church near London Bridge in London. Page 15.

City of London: Coat of Arms in Leadenhall Market
Coat of Arms in Leadenhall market, London. Page 23.

City of London: Comedy band in Paternoster Square
Comedy band in Paternoster Square. Page 44.

City of London: Commemorative Wall in Postman's Park - Close-up
Commemorative Wall in Postman's Park London. Page 41.

City of London: Commemorative Wall in Postman's Park
Commemorative Wall in Postman's Park London. Page 40.

City of London: Custom House London
Customs House London. London Travel. Page 7.

City of London: Silver Dragons in Leadenhall Market
Silver dragons in Leadenhall market, London. Page 22.

City of London: Great Fire of London sign
Sign to commemorate where the Great Fire of London started in 1666. Page 17.

City of London: Fish detail in the ironwork at Billingsgate Fish market London
fish detail in the ironwork at Billingsgate Fish market London. Page 9.

City of London: Swiss Re Building / Erotic Gherkin
Swiss Re Building / Erotic Gherkin in London. Page 28.

City of London: Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre London. Page 51.

City of London: London Guildhall
London Guildhall. London Travel. Page 35.

City of London: London Guildhall: Roman amphitheatre line
London Guildhall: Roman amphitheatre line. Page 37.

City of London: Latin Motto in Leadenhall Market
Latin motto in Leadenhall Market in London. Page 24.

City of London: Leadenhall Market
Leadenhall Market in London. London Travel. Page 20.

City of London: Lloyd's of London
Lloyd's of London. London Travel. Page 25.

City of London: London Bridge 1
London Bridge. London Travel. Page 10.

City of London: London Bridge 2
London Bridge. London Travel. Page 11.

City of London: Mansion House
Mansion House in London. London Travel. Page 33.

City of London: Meat hooks in Leadenhall Market
Meat hooks in Leadenhall Market, London. Page 21.

City of London: Millennium Bridge
Millennium Bridge London. London Travel. Page 49.

City of London: The Monument in London
The Monument in London. London Travel. Page 18.

City of London: The Monument - Base
The Monument in London. London Travel. Page 19.

City of London: St. Helen's Bishopsgate Church
St. Helen's Bishopsgate Church in London. Page 29.

City of London: Shepherd and Sheep sculpture
Shepherd and Sheep sculpture in Paternoster Square in London. Page 43.

City of London: Police telephone box
Police telephone box outside the London Guildhall. Page 36.

City of London: Roman Fort and City Wall
Roman Fort and City Wall in London. Page 38.

City of London: Rowland Hill
Rowland Hill. London Travel. Page 42.

City of London: St. Andrew Undershaft Church sign
St. Andrew Undershaft Church in the city of London. Page 27.

City of London: St. Botolphs Church
St. Botolphs Church London. London Travel. Page 39.

City of London: Bank of England on Threadneedle Street
Bank of England London. London Travel. Page 30.

City of London: Bank of England
Bank of England London. London Travel. Page 31.

City of London: Billingsgate Fish Market London
Billingsgate Fish Market London. London Travel. Page 8.

City of London walking tour photos
I was asked to review the 'City of London' walking tour by Tourist Tracks who produce MP3 audio walking tours. These photos are some of the highlights of the tour. The tour starts outside The Tower of London, and takes in London Bridge, The Monument, Leadenhall Market, The Royal Exchange, St. Paul's Cathedral, Millennium Bridge, and ends at Tate Modern.

City of London walking tour photos
I was asked to review the 'City of London' walking tour by Tourist Tracks who produce MP3 audio walking tours. These photos are some of the highlights of the tour. The tour starts outside The Tower of London, and takes in London Bridge, The Monument, Leadenhall Market, The Royal Exchange, St. Paul's Cathedral, Millennium Bridge, and ends at Tate Modern.

City of London walking tour photos
I was asked to review the 'City of London' walking tour by Tourist Tracks who produce MP3 audio walking tours. These photos are some of the highlights of the tour. The tour starts outside The Tower of London, and takes in London Bridge, The Monument, Leadenhall Market, The Royal Exchange, St. Paul's Cathedral, Millennium Bridge, and ends at Tate Modern.

City of London walking tour photos
I was asked to review the 'City of London' walking tour by Tourist Tracks who produce MP3 audio walking tours. These photos are some of the highlights of the tour. The tour starts outside The Tower of London, and takes in London Bridge, The Monument, Leadenhall Market, The Royal Exchange, St. Paul's Cathedral, Millennium Bridge, and ends at Tate Modern.

City of London walking tour photos
I was asked to review the 'City of London' walking tour by Tourist Tracks who produce MP3 audio walking tours. These photos are some of the highlights of the tour. The tour starts outside The Tower of London, and takes in London Bridge, The Monument, Leadenhall Market, The Royal Exchange, St. Paul's Cathedral, Millennium Bridge, and ends at Tate Modern.

One New Change Roof Terrace - View of St Paul's Cathedral - One New Change Roof Terrace
One New Change is a shopping mall opposite St Paul's Cathedral that has a roof terrace which offers stunning views, especially of the cathedral. Page 7.

One New Change Roof Terrace - View of St Paul's Cathedral - One New Change Roof Terrace
One New Change is a shopping mall opposite St Paul's Cathedral that has a roof terrace which offers stunning views, especially of the cathedral.

One New Change Roof Terrace - View of St Paul's Cathedral - One New Change Roof Terrace
One New Change is a shopping mall opposite St Paul's Cathedral that has a roof terrace which offers stunning views, especially of the cathedral. Page 2.

One New Change Roof Terrace - View of St Paul's Cathedral - One New Change Roof Terrace
One New Change is a shopping mall opposite St Paul's Cathedral that has a roof terrace which offers stunning views, especially of the cathedral. Page 3.

One New Change Roof Terrace - View of St Paul's Cathedral - One New Change Roof Terrace
One New Change is a shopping mall opposite St Paul's Cathedral that has a roof terrace which offers stunning views, especially of the cathedral. Page 4.

One New Change Roof Terrace - View of St Paul's Cathedral - One New Change Roof Terrace
One New Change is a shopping mall opposite St Paul's Cathedral that has a roof terrace which offers stunning views, especially of the cathedral. Page 8.

One New Change Roof Terrace - View of St Paul's Cathedral - One New Change Roof Terrace
One New Change is a shopping mall opposite St Paul's Cathedral that has a roof terrace which offers stunning views, especially of the cathedral. Page 5.

One New Change Roof Terrace - View of St Paul's Cathedral - One New Change Roof Terrace
One New Change is a shopping mall opposite St Paul's Cathedral that has a roof terrace which offers stunning views, especially of the cathedral. Page 6.

One New Change Roof Terrace - View of St Paul's Cathedral - One New Change Roof Terrace
One New Change is a shopping mall opposite St Paul's Cathedral that has a roof terrace which offers stunning views, especially of the cathedral.

South Bank at Christmas - Christmas in London 2015
Many of us know the South Bank for its great summer entertainment but did you know there's loads to see and do along the South Bank over the Christmas season too?

Amy Winehouse waxwork at Madame Tussauds London
Amy Winehouse waxwork at Madame Tussauds London. Page 4.

Henry VIII 3D portrait at Madame Tussauds London
Henry VIII 3D portrait at Madame Tussauds London. Page 13.

Jim Carrey at Madame Tussauds London
Jim Carrey at Madame Tussauds London. Page 15.

Michael Jackson at Madame Tussauds London
Michael Jackson at Madame Tussauds London. Page 3.

Miley Cyrus at Madame Tussauds London
Miley Cyrus (Hannah Montana) at Madame Tussauds London. Page 5.

Prince of Wales at Madame Tussauds London
Prince of Wales at Madame Tussauds London. Page 10.

Shirley Bassey waxwork at Madame Tussauds London
Shirley Bassey waxwork at Madame Tussauds London. Page 14.

Victoria Beckham at Madame Tussauds London
Victoria Beckham (April 08 makeover) at Madame Tussauds London. Page 6.

Madame Tussauds London - The Hulk - Marvel Super Heroes 4D
Madame Tussauds London - The Hulk - Marvel Super Heroes 4D. Page 2.

Audrey Hepburn at Madame Tussauds London
Audrey Hepburn at Madame Tussauds London. Page 7.

Culture Zone at Madame Tussauds London: Van Gogh, Picasso, Dickens, Shakespeare
Culture Zone at Madame Tussauds: (L-R) Van Gogh, Picasso, Dickens, Shakespeare. Page 9.

Justin Timberlake at Madame Tussauds London
Justin Timberlake at Madame Tussauds London. Page 8.

Madame Tussauds London Visitor Information
Madame Tussauds London Visitor Information

Lithographic print of Marie Grosholtz (a.k.a. Madame Tussaud)
Lithographic print of Marie Grosholtz (a.k.a. Madame Tussaud). Page 12.

Spirit of London ride at Madame Tussauds London
Spirit of London ride at Madame Tussauds London. Page 11.

Madame Tussauds London
See photos of the stars at Madame Tussauds London and find out all you need to know to plan a visit.

Madame Tussauds London
See photos of the stars at Madame Tussauds London and find out all you need to know to plan a visit.

Sherlock Holmes Museum London
Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson are detective characters created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. According to the books, Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson lived at 221b Baker Street, London between 1881-1904 and this is now a museum dedicated to their lives.

Le Relais de Venise French Restaurant Marylebone London
Le Relais de Venise is a French restaurant that only serves one dish: steak frites. Yep, no menu (except for desserts). This is a review of the Marylebone London restaurant.

Dodi and Diana Memorial Harrods
Dodi and Diana Memorial Harrods. London Travel. Page 6.

Harrods Fruit and Vegetable Hall
Harrods Fruit and Vegetable Hall. Page 10.

Harrods 1902
This photograph shows Harrods frontage halfway through Richard Burbridge's (Managing Director 1891-1917) twenty-year expansion program. Already the store is beginning to dominate the Brompton Road. Page 17.

Harrods Arcade
Harrods Arcade. London Travel. Page 15.

Harrods Meat and Fish Hall
Harrods Meat and Fish Hall. London Travel. Page 12.

Harrods Toy Soldier
Harrods Toy Soldier. London Travel. Page 14.

Harrods London
Harrods London. London Travel. Page 8.

Morelli's Gelato Ice Cream at Harrods London
Morelli's Gelato Ice Cream at Harrods London. Page 9.

Harrods Horse and Cart
Harrods has a horse drawn delivery service for local deliveries, often to the rich and famous. The carriage is also used to bring celebrities to the store for sales and special events. Page 16.

Harrods Food Hall
Harrods Food Hall. London Travel. Page 11.

Harrods Food Hall
Harrods Food Hall. London Travel. Page 13.

Harrods Egyptian Staircase Top
Harrods Egyptian Staircase Top. London Travel. Page 3.

Harrods escalators
Harrods escalators. London Travel. Page 4.

Harrods London
Harrods London. London Travel.

Mohammed Al Fayed Statue in Harrods London
Mohammed Al Fayed Statue in Harrods London. Page 7.

What To Do If You Are Sick in London
Would you know what to do if you got sick while on holiday in London? Here's all the advice and information for finding the right medical assistance.

The Hospital Club London Bedrooms
The Hospital Club, London's private members' club for creative industries, has 15 beautifully-designed bedrooms that can be booked by non-members.

Ethos London Restaurant Review
Ethos is a London self-service vegetarian restaurant which offers a fantastic and varied menu meaning it's not just for veggies.

The Wallace Restaurant Afternoon Tea Review
Afternoon Tea at The Wallace Restaurant in London is well-priced and indulgent. Who doesn't love dining in a sumptuous art gallery setting?

575 Wandsworth Road
575 Wandsworth Road has been ornately decorated by Kenyan poet, author and amateur craftsman Khadambi Asalache throughout with intricate wooden carving.

Where to Eat in King's Cross
No longer an area to just pass through, King's Cross is quite the foodie destination these days. Here's a list of some of the best places to eat near King's Cross and St Pancras stations.

Portrait Restaurant - Where To Eat Near Trafalgar Square
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Lupita - Where To Eat Near Trafalgar Square
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Gaby's Deli - Where To Eat Near Trafalgar Square
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Sherlock Holmes Pub - Where To Eat Near Trafalgar Square
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Bianco43 - Where To Eat Near Trafalgar Square
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Wagamama - Where To Eat Near Trafalgar Square
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Cafe in the Square - Where To Eat Near Trafalgar Square
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The Strand Dining Rooms - Where To Eat Near Trafalgar Square
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Cafe in the Crypt - Where To Eat Near Trafalgar Square
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Pizza Express - Where To Eat Near Trafalgar Square
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Trafalgar Square Dining Recommendations
Trafalgar Square is one of the iconic sights of London and here's where I would recommend dining nearby.

How To Identify The Coldstream Guards
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How To Identify The Scots Guards
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How To Identify The Grenadier Guards
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How To Identify The Irish Guards
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How To Identify The Welsh Guards
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The Foot Guards at Buckingham Palace
Do you know how to identify the five regiments of Foot Guards who make up the Queen's Guard at Buckingham Palace? This article with photos explains it all.

Museums - Free Things to do in London on Sundays
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Enjoy The Outdoors - Free Things to do in London on Sundays
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Southbank - Free Things to do in London on Sundays
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Self-Guided Walking Tour - Free Things to do in London on Sundays
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Changing of the Guard - Free Things to do in London on Sundays
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Mudlarking - Free Things to do in London on Sundays
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Church Service - Free Things to do in London on Sundays
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Speaker's Corner - Free Things to do in London on Sundays
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Free Things to do in London on Sundays
It is possible to enjoy a Sunday in London without spending any money. Here's are a selection of free ideas to ensure Sundays are always good fun in London.

Changing of the Guard Ceremony in London
I'm planning a trip to London and I'm finding conflicting information about the changing of the guard ceremony at Royal Horse Guards and Buckingham Palace. One guide says 10am, another says 11am, another says 4pm. Can you clarify? Find out the answer...

Old Twenty Pound Note Elgar - UK Currency Photos - Old Twenty Pound Note
Old 20 note featuring Sir Edward Elgar which was withdrawn in June 2010. Page 7.

UK Currency Photos: Old Fifty pound note
Fifty pound note. London Travel. Page 26.

UK Currency Photos: Gold coins
Gold coins. London Travel. Page 14.

Twenty Pound Note - UK Currency Photos - Twenty Pound Note
Twenty pound note introduced in 2007 with image of Adam Smith. Page 5.

UK Currency Photos: One pound coin
One pound coin. London Travel. Page 17.

Old Twenty Pound Note Elgar - UK Currency Photos - Old Twenty Pound Note
Old 20 note featuring Sir Edward Elgar which was withdrawn in June 2010. Page 6.

UK Currency Photos: Two pound coin 2
Two pound coin. London Travel. Page 16.

UK Currency Photos: Copper coins
Copper coins. London Travel. Page 23.

UK Currency Photos: Fifty pence coin
Fifty pence coin. London Travel. Page 19.

UK Currency Photos: Old Fifty pound note
Fifty pound note. London Travel. Page 3.

UK Currency Photos: Five pence coin
Five pence coin. London Travel. Page 22.

UK Currency Photos: Five pound note 1
Five pound note. London Travel. Page 10.

UK Currency Photos: Five pound note 2
Five pound note. London Travel. Page 11.

Twenty Pound Note - UK Currency Photos - Twenty pound note
Twenty pound note introduced in 2007 with image of Adam Smith. Page 4.

UK Currency Photos: One pence coin
One pence coin. London Travel. Page 25.

UK Currency Photos: Silver coins
Silver coins. London Travel. Page 18.

UK Currency Photos: Ten pence coin
Ten pence coin. London Travel. Page 21.

UK Currency Photos: Ten pound note 1
Ten pound note. London Travel. Page 8.

UK Currency Photos: Ten pound note 2
Ten pound note. London Travel. Page 9.

UK Currency Photos: Twenty pence coin
Twenty pence coin. London Travel. Page 20.

UK Currency Photos: Two pence coin
Two pence coin. London Travel. Page 24.

UK Currency Photos: Two pound coin 1
Two pound coin. London Travel. Page 15.

UK Currency Photos: Coins 2
Coins. London Travel. Page 13.

UK Currency Photos: Banknotes
Notes. London Travel. Page 2.

UK Currency Photos: Coins 1
Coins. London Travel. Page 12.

Photographs of UK Money
Photographs of UK Currency

Photographs of UK Money
Photographs of UK Currency

Photographs of UK Money
Photographs of UK Currency

Plus Size Women's Clothes Shops in London
London has clothing stores for all shapes and sizes. These plus size women's clothes shops are recommended for the fuller figure.

How to Get to Central London From London City Airport
Find out how London City Airport (LCY) connects to central London by public transport and car services.

Shrek's Adventure! London
Shrek's Adventure! London opens near the London Eye in July 2015 bringing to life the characters and world of the animated movies series.

Kenwood House Hampstead Health
Kenwood House is a former stately home on the north edge of Hampstead Heath. Its art collection includes Rembrandt, Turner, Reynolds, Gainsborough and Vermeer, and it's free to visit.

Four O'Clock Parade Horse Guards - Dismounting Ceremony - London Horse Guards Parade
The Four O'Clock Parade is at Horse Guards, the official entrance to Buckingham Palace even though it on on the other side of St. James's Park. Page 3.

Four O'Clock Parade Horse Guards - Dismounting Ceremony - London Horse Guards Parade
The Four O'Clock Parade is at Horse Guards, the official entrance to Buckingham Palace even though it on on the other side of St. James's Park. Page 4.

Four O'Clock Parade Horse Guards - Dismounting Ceremony - London Horse Guards Parade
The 4 O'Clock Parade is at Horse Guards, the official entrance to Buckingham Palace even though it on on the other side of St. James's Park.

Four O'Clock Parade Horse Guards - Dismounting Ceremony - London Horse Guards Parade
The Four O'Clock Parade is at Horse Guards, the official entrance to Buckingham Palace even though it on on the other side of St. James's Park. Page 2.

Four O'Clock Parade Horse Guards - Dismounting Ceremony - London Horse Guards Parade
The Four O'Clock Parade is at Horse Guards, the official entrance to Buckingham Palace even though it on on the other side of St. James's Park.

Fun London Tours - Changing the Guard Tour Review
Changing the Guard is fantastic to see but it can be hard to know where to be and when. This tour from Fun London Tours is recommended.

Changing of the Guard outside Buckingham Palace in the winter
Changing of the Guard outside Buckingham Palace in the winter. Page 7.

Changing of the Guard outside Buckingham Palace in the winter
Changing of the Guard outside Buckingham Palace in the winter. Page 8.

Coldstream Guards at the Sentry Box during the Changing of the Guard outside Buckingham Palace London
Coldstream Guards at the Sentry Box during the Changing of the Guard outside Buckingham Palace London. Page 11.

Ensigns carrying the regimental and Queen's colours during the Changing of the Guard outside Buckingham Palace
Ensigns carrying the regimental and Queen's colours during the Changing of the Guard outside Buckingham Palace. Page 10.

Foot Guards marching down towards Buckingham Palace for the Changing of the Guard ceremony.
Foot Guards marching down towards Buckingham Palace for the Changing of the Guard ceremony. Page 5.

St. James's Palace relief guards marching from Buckingham Palace to St. James's Palace during the Changing of the Guard ceremony.
St. James's Palace relief guards marching from Buckingham Palace to St. James's Palace during the Changing of the Guard ceremony. Page 12.

The Changing of the Guard on the courtyard outside Buckingham Palace.
The Changing of the Guard on the courtyard outside Buckingham Palace. Page 9.

Foot Guards marching down The Mall to Buckingham Palace for the Changing of the Guard ceremony.
Foot Guards marching down The Mall to Buckingham Palace for the Changing of the Guard ceremony. Page 2.

Foot Guards marching down The Mall to Buckingham Palace for the Changing of the Guard ceremony.
Foot Guards marching down The Mall to Buckingham Palace for the Changing of the Guard ceremony. Page 4.

Foot Guards marching down The Mall to Buckingham Palace for the Changing of the Guard ceremony.
Foot Guards marching down The Mall to Buckingham Palace for the Changing of the Guard ceremony. Page 3.

Mounted Cavalry travelling down The Mall to Buckingham Palace for the Changing of the Guard ceremony.
Mounted Cavalry travelling down The Mall to Buckingham Palace for the Changing of the Guard ceremony. Page 6.

Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace London: Waiting on The Mall before the start.
Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace London: Waiting on The Mall before the start.

Changing of the Guard Photos - Buckingham Palace London
Changing of the Guard photos from outside Buckingham Palace in London.

Grosvenor House Hotel Children's Grover's Tea
London's Grosvenor House Hotel offers Grover's Tea - a delightful children's afternoon tea with ice-cream and a cuddly toy.

Grosvenor House London Afternoon Tea Review
London's Grosvenor House Hotel serves afternoon tea in a typically British stately home environment with views overlooking Hyde Park.

Pollock's Toy Museum London
Pollock's Toy Museum in central London is a quirky private museum with toy theatres and many Victorian childhood treasures.

Great British Beer Festival in London
The Great British Beer Festival is organized annually by CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) and held at Earl's Court Exhibition Centre, London. You can sample beers and ales from around the world.

A History of London in 50 Lives - Book Review
A History of London in 50 Lives by David Long includes stories of many lesser known characters who have formed the capital's history.

A History of London in 100 Places by David Long - Book Review
A History of London in 100 Places by David Long looks at the key locations that shaped the 2000 years of one of the worlds greatest cities.

Great Gorilla Run 2015 - Charity Fun Run in London
The Great Gorilla Run is a chance for you to dress up as a gorilla and join hundreds of other 'gorillas' running through London!

London International Tattoo Convention 2015
The London Tattoo Convention has been an annual event since 2005. Find out the details for this year's event.

Horseman's Sunday - St John's Church Hyde Park London
Annual celebration of London's horsemen and horsewomen. The vicar of St. John's Church in Hyde Park leads a cavalcade of over 100 horses and riders to the church in order to celebrate horse riding in the heart of London.

Great River Race London 2015
The Great River Race is an annual rowing race on London's River Thames. The course is a grueling 21 miles from Richmond to Greenwich.

July in London - Weather and Events Guide
Find out about the weather, what to wear, highlights, public holidays, and annual events taking place in July in London.

The Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace Visitor Information
The Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace provides a unique opportunity for visitors to see the work of the Royal Household department that provides road transport for The Queen and members of the Royal Family by both horse-drawn carriage and motor car.

Buckingham Palace London History
Buckingham Palace is the British queen's official London residence. Find out more about the history of the building and about the annual summer opening.

Buckingham Palace Summer Opening Hours
Opening hours for the summer opening of Buckingham Palace.

How to Get to Buckingham Palace - Summer Opening
How to get to Buckingham Palace using public transport links.

Buckingham Palace Tickets
Ticket details for the Annual Summer Opening of Buckingham Palace.

Unlimited Admission at Buckingham Palace
Find out how to get unlimited admission to the Annual Summer Opening of Buckingham Palace.

Buckingham Palace Visitor Facilities During Summer Opening
Details of visitor facilities, disabled access, and family activities at the Summer Opening of Buckingham Palace.

Queen's Gallery Buckingham Palace London
The Queen's Gallery at Buckingham Palace is a permanent space dedicated to changing exhibitions of items from the Royal Collection, the wide-ranging collection of art and treasures held in trust by The Queen for the Nation.

Where to Buy Ladurée Macarons in London
Laduree, the famous Parisian creators of the double-decker macaron, have these locations in London.

How To Pronounce London Place Names
London place names often have confusing pronunciation so this guide can help.

Columbia Road Flower Market London - Visitor Information
All you need to know about Columbia Road Flower Market in London, plus other markets in the area.

Roman Baths in London
Excellent directions to find the well-hidden Roman Baths in central London.

London Eye River Cruise - Information and Review
The London Eye River Cruise is a 40 minute circular sightseeing tour on the River Thames. Find out more including a review.

London Postcodes - History and Explanations
A postcode is a group of capital letters and numbers which are added to an address to assist the sorting of mail and to identify exact addresses.

How To See The Olympic Park For Free - View Tube at London 2012 Olympic Park Site
To get to the free viewing platform called View Tube, you need to take this exit from Pudding Mill Lane DLR station.

How To See The Olympic Park For Free - View Tube at London 2012 Olympic Park Site
View Tube is a viewing platform for watching the building work at the London 2012 Olympic Park.

How To See The Olympic Park For Free - View Tube at London 2012 Olympic Park Site
View from Pudding Mill Lane DLR station to identify View Tube, the viewing platform to see the London 2012 Olympic Park.

How To See The Olympic Park For Free - View Tube at London 2012 Olympic Park Site
You can see the London 2012 Olympic Park from a viewing area called View Tube. Find out how to get there and what the view is really like.

Family Day Out in Greenwich - Prime Meridian Line
Of course you'll want a photo standing over the Prime Meridian Line on a family day out in Greenwich and here's where to go for free.

Family Day Out in Greenwich - National Maritime Museum
The National Maritime Museum is a great free museum for a family Day Out in Greenwich.

Family Day Out in Greenwich - Black Vanilla Ice-Cream
A great addition to a family day out in Greenwich is delicious ice-cream from Black Vanilla.

Family Day Out in Greenwich - Cutty Sark
The Cutty Sark is a fun place to take the kids for a family day out in Greenwich.

Family Day Out in Greenwich - Thames Clipper
The perfect way to end a family day out in Greenwich is to take a Thames Clipper along the River Thames back to central London.

Family Day Out in Greenwich - Drive the DLR
Greenwich, in south-east London, is a great destination for families as there is a huge royal park and plenty to do for free. Here's a suggested one-day itinerary.

Family Day Out in Greenwich - Discover Greenwich Visitor Centre
The first stop on your day out in Greenwich should be the Discover Greenwich Visitor Centre. It not only has the Tourist Information Office but also has lots of displays and interactives to learn about the area.

Family Day Out in Greenwich - Old Royal Naval College
The Old Royal Naval College is a great place to include in a family day out as there's so much to do for free including the incredible Painted Hall.

Family Day Out in Greenwich - Greenwich Park
No family day out in Greenwich can miss the wide open space of Greenwich Park.

Trooping the Colour
Picture from Trooping the Colour in London on Saturday 16 June 2007. Page 11.

Trooping the Colour
Picture from Trooping the Colour in London on Saturday 16 June 2007. Page 10.

Trooping the Colour
Trooping the Colour. London Travel. Page 5.

Trooping the Colour
Trooping the Colour. London Travel. Page 12.

Trooping the Colour
Trooping the Colour. London Travel. Page 6.

Trooping the Colour
Picture from Trooping the Colour in London on Saturday 16 June 2007. Page 9.

Trooping the Colour Photos
Photos from Trooping the Colour, the Queen's birthday parade which takes place every June. Her real birthday is on 21 April but we celebrate her 'official birthday' on the 3rd Saturday in June as it was thought we were more likely to get good weather in June than in April.

Chip and PIN
Chip and PIN is the way to make card payments without requiring a signature.

Chip and PIN
Chip and PIN is the way to make card payments without requiring a signature.

Chip and PIN
Chip and PIN is the way to make card payments without requiring a signature.

Chip and PIN
Chip and PIN is the way to make card payments without requiring a signature.

Chip and PIN
Chip and PIN is the way to make card payments without requiring a signature.

Chip and PIN Card Payments
Chip and PIN is the way to make card payments without requiring a signature.

Chip and PIN
Chip and PIN is the way to make card payments without requiring a signature.

Chip and PIN
Chip and PIN is the way to make card payments without requiring a signature.

Chip and PIN
Chip and PIN is the way to make card payments without requiring a signature.

Chip and PIN
Chip and PIN is the way to make card payments without requiring a signature.

The Olympic Stadium - November 2012
Regular, free bus tours are available to visit the site of the London 2012 Olympic Park during the building work to transform it into a public park with new neighbourhoods. These photos were taken in November 2012.

River Lea seen from the Olympic Park - November 2012
Regular, free bus tours are available to visit the site of the London 2012 Olympic Park during the building work to transform it into a public park with new neighbourhoods. These photos were taken in November 2012.

No Riverbank Arena on the Olympic Park - November 2012
Regular, free bus tours are available to visit the site of the London 2012 Olympic Park during the building work to transform it into a public park with new neighbourhoods. These photos were taken in November 2012.

All that was left of the Riverbank Arena in November 2012
Regular, free bus tours are available to visit the site of the London 2012 Olympic Park during the building work to transform it into a public park with new neighbourhoods. These photos were taken in November 2012.

RUN Permanent Artwork at the Olympic Park - November 2012
Regular, free bus tours are available to visit the site of the London 2012 Olympic Park during the building work to transform it into a public park with new neighbourhoods. These photos were taken in November 2012.

Housing on the London 2012 Olympic Park - November 2012
Regular, free bus tours are available to visit the site of the London 2012 Olympic Park during the building work to transform it into a public park with new neighbourhoods. These photos were taken in November 2012.

Children's Play Area - Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - November 2012
Regular, free bus tours are available to visit the site of the London 2012 Olympic Park during the building work to transform it into a public park with new neighbourhoods. These photos were taken in November 2012.

Olympic Park Bus Tour Photos November 2012
Regular, free bus tours are available to visit the site of the London 2012 Olympic Park during the building work to transform it into a public park with new neighbourhoods. These photos were taken in November 2012.

The Orbit - November 2012
Regular, free bus tours are available to visit the site of the London 2012 Olympic Park during the building work to transform it into a public park with new neighbourhoods. These photos were taken in November 2012.

The Orbit - November 2012
Regular, free bus tours are available to visit the site of the London 2012 Olympic Park during the building work to transform it into a public park with new neighbourhoods. These photos were taken in November 2012.

Cineworld Fulham Road - Royal London - Cineworld Fulham Road
Cineworld Fulham Road is the cinema of choice for young royals in London.

Mahiki Nightclub London - Royal London - Mahiki
Mahiki is a Hawaiian-themed tiki cocktail bar in Mayfair. Each night has a different vibe so contact them in advance. Drinks are cheaper earlier in the evening.

Whisky Mist at Zeta - Royal London - Whisky Mist at Zeta
Whisky Mist opened in 2009 and was quickly a hit with celebrities and young royals who like a slightly wild up-market night out.

Greenwich Free Day Out - Queen's House & National Maritime Museum
A free day out in Greenwich would benefit from including a visit to the Queen's House and the National Maritime Museum.

Greenwich Free Day Out - Greenwich Park
Greenwich Park is vast and worth spending time exploring during a free day out in Greenwich.

Greenwich Free Day Out - Prime Meridian Line
You can stand over the Prime Meridian Line without paying to enter the courtyard at the Royal Observatory. I've included this tip in a suggested itinerary for a free day out in Greenwich.

Greenwich Free Day Out - Greenwich Foot Tunnel
It's easy to have a free day out in Greenwich and the Greenwich Foot Tunnel is an interesting way to start your day.

Greenwich Free Day Out - Discover Greenwich Visitor Centre
As part of a free day out in Greenwich it's good to go to the Discover Greenwich Visitor Centre to get Tourist Information and to see the great displays and interactives.

Greenwich Free Day Out - The Painted Hall, Old Royal Naval College
The Painted Hall and Chapel at the Old Royal Naval College are a great inclusion for a free day out in Greenwich.

Crystal Palace Dinosaurs - Crystal Palace Park London
In Crystal Palace Park in south London is a Dinosaur Court of Victorian concrete sculptures of dinosaurs which still brings visitors today.

Crystal Palace Dinosaurs - London
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Crystal Palace Dinosaurs - London
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