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Crystal Palace Dinosaurs - London
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The Laurent Perrier Garden - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013
The Laurent Perrier Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013 was a contemporary take on a romantic garden.

The M&G Centenary Garden - 'Windows through Time' at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013
The M&G Centenary Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show was titled 'Windows through Time'.

The Rush of Nature by Marc Quinn - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013
The Rush of Nature by Marc Quinn - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013

The SeeAbility Garden - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013
The SeeAbility Show Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013 had the theme of sight loss.

Trailfinders Australian Garden presented by Fleming's - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013
The Trailfinders Australian Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013 was designed by Phillip Johnson as a sustainable garden offering a relaxing and inviting space.

The Wasteland (Show Garden) - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013
The Wasteland show garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013 shows how an unused piece of formeer industrial ground can be transformed.

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013 Photos
Enjoy these photos taken at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2013.

B&Q Sentebale Forget-Me-Not Garden - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013
The B&Q Sentebale Forget-Me-Not Garden was Prince Harry's charity show garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013.

Birmingham City Council - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013
Birmingham City Council's display in the Great Pavilion at RHS Chelsea Flower Show touched on the history of the city and have a theme of Enlightenment so the library was featured.

RBC Blue Water Roof Garden - RHS Chelsea Flower Garden 2013
The RBC (Royal Bank of Canada) Blue Water Roof Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show incorporated the London skyline in the background.

Brewin Dolphin Garden - RHS Chelsea Flower Garden 2013
The Brewin Dolphin Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Garden 2013 was designed by Robert Myers.

Burncoose Nurseries - RHS Chelsea Flower Garden 2013
A lovely display from Burncoose Nurseries in the Great Pavilion at RHS Chelsea Flower SHow 2013.

The Telegraph Garden - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013
The Telegraph show garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Garden was very green but was supposed to represent an English wooded landscape.

East Village Garden - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013
The East Village Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013 was inspired by the 'designed for living' theme of East Village, London E20 - formerly the Athletes Village at the London 2012 Olympic Park.

House of Hemingway - Artisan Retreats - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013
The Artisan Retreats at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013 were summerhouses decorated by artists to reflect their individual style.

Olympic Stadium & The Orbit - February 2013
A view of the London 2012 Olympic Stadium and The Orbit from a bus tour of the site in February 2013.

London 2012 Velodrome - February 2013
A view of the London 2012 Velodrome from a bus tour of the site in February 2013.

Olympic Park Bus Tour Photos February 2013
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 February 2013.

Olympic Stadium - February 2013
A view of the London 2012 Olympic Stadium from a bus tour of the site in February 2013.

London 2012 Olympic Basketball Arena - February 2013
The London 2012 Olympic Basketball Arena seen from a bus tour in February 2013.

London 2012 Basketball Arena - February 2013
The London 2012 Olympic Basketball Arena seen from a bus tour in February 2013.

New Trees on the London 2012 Olympic Park - February 2013
Even after the London 2012 Olympic Games there is a lot of work going on at the Stratford park including planting 2,000 new trees.

No Riverbank Arena at London 2012 Olympic Park - February 2013
The Riverbank Arena was the first venue to be removed from the London 2012 Olympic Park.

Oldest Building on London 2012 Olympic Park - February 2013
Only one building was left on the London 2012 Olympic Park when construction began for the Games. I saw this building in February 2013.

London 2012 Olympic Bell - February 2013
The London 2012 Olympic bell was wrapped in polythene and outside the Olympic Stadium in February 20133.

Park Live Site - London 2012 Olympic Park - February 2013
During the London 2012 Olympic Games there was a stage positioned over the canal with called 'Park Live' where visitors could sit on the grass and watch sporting events on a big screen.

RUN Artwork - London 2012 Olympic Park - February 2013
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 February 2013.

Free Fall Conceptual Garden - RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2012
The Free Fall conceptual garden at RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2012. Page 7.

Riot of Colour - Show Feature - RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2012
The Riot of Colour show feature at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2012 was inspired by the London riots in summer 2011. Page 6.

A Very Victorian Fantasy Show Garden - RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2012
A Very Victorian Fantasy show garden was created by Bournemouth Borough Council Parks Department for the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2012.

Celebration & Jubilation Summer Garden - RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2012
The Celebration & Jubilation summer garden was a welcome patriotic style on a rainy day at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2012. Page 3.

Sultan's Elephant, London
The Sultan's Elephant, the huge wooden elephant which appeared in London, was created by the French company Royal de Luxe an extraordinary European street theatre company.

Sultan's Elephant, London
The Sultan's Elephant, the huge wooden elephant which appeared in London, was created by the French company Royal de Luxe an extraordinary European street theatre company.

Sultan's Elephant, London
The Sultan's Elephant, the huge wooden elephant which appeared in London, was created by the French company Royal de Luxe an extraordinary European street theatre company.

Sultan's Elephant, London
The Sultan's Elephant, the huge wooden elephant which appeared in London, was created by the French company Royal de Luxe an extraordinary European street theatre company.

Selfridges Christmas Windows - Oxford Street London Christmas Lights 2012
Photo of one of the Christmas windows at Selfridges Oxford Street for Christmas Lights 2012. Page 10.

Selfridges Christmas Windows - Oxford Street London Christmas Lights 2012
Photo of one of the Christmas windows at Selfridges Oxford Street for Christmas Lights 2012. Page 11.

Carnaby Street Christmas Lights 2012
The Christmas lights along Carnaby Street in London for Christmas 2012. Page 2.

Liberty of London Christmas Window 2012
A Christmas 2012 window from Liberty of London. Page 6.

Regent Street Christmas Lights 2012
The Christmas lights along Regent Street in London for Christmas 2012. Page 9.

Santa Eating Marmite Oxford Street London Christmas Lights 2012
The London Oxford Street Christmas lights were sponsored by Marmite for 2012. Here's Santa giving his 'Love It or Hate It' verdict. Page 3.

Love it! Bite it! (2005-2007) by Lui Wei at The Saatchi Gallery, London. Made of edible dog chews!
Love it! Bite it! (2005-2007) by Liu Wei at The Saatchi Gallery, London. Made of edible dog chews! Page 4.

Old Persons Home by Sun Yuan and Peng Yu at The Saatchi Gallery, London
Old Persons Home by Sun Yuan and Peng Yu at The Saatchi Gallery, London. Page 2.

London Christmas Lights 2012
Seeing the Christmas lights in London's West End is almost as popular as the Christmas shopping in December. Save your money - and stay warm! - and enjoy these photos of London sparkling in 2012.

Kylie - The Exhibition Review Photos
Kylie - The Exhibition opened at the V&A in February 2007. Here are photos from a visit to the exhibition plus a review of what you will see. Page 8.

Carnaby Street London Christmas Lights 2011
Carnaby Street London Christmas Lights 2011. Page 6.

Oxford Street London Christmas 2011
Oxford Street London Christmas 2011. Page 4.

Trafalgar Square London Christmas Tree 2011
Trafalgar Square London Christmas Tree 2011

Bookseller market stall, St. George's Day celebrations, Trafalgar Square, London
Bookseller market stall, St. George's Day celebrations, Trafalgar Square, London. Page 4.

St. George's Day celebrations, Trafalgar Square, London
St. George's Day celebrations, Trafalgar Square, London. Page 10.

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 5.

St. George's Day celebrations, Trafalgar Square, London
St. George's Day celebrations, Trafalgar Square, London. Page 9.

Singing Compost Heap, St. George's Day celebrations, Trafalgar Square, London
Singing Compost Heap, St. George's Day celebrations, Trafalgar Square, London. Page 6.

RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show (Visitor Info)
Find out all your need to know to plan a trip to the world famous RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show in London, UK.

Where to Enjoy the Best Hot Chocolate in London
Huge debate raged on this topic I asked for suggestions. I've used the criteria of: central London, must be open regularly and not seasonal or part-time, well-established, i.e. not going to shut down as soon as I finish this list, and must sell it ready to drink even is they don't have a cafe. So here it is: the best hot chocolate in London.

Tower Bridge Exhibition London
Find out about the Tower Bridge Exhibtion including how to save money on the admission fee, as well as history and more.

Abbey Road Crossing London - Cross Like The Beatles at Abbey Road
Cross the road at the zebra crossing on Abbey Road in London and recreate the famous Beatles album cover.

Adventure Walks London Map Review
The Adventure Walks London Map is a pocket-sized fold-out map with 20 sightseeing London walks suitable for families.

If Statues Could Talk - London Book Review
This is book no.5 in the Step Outside Guide series for families to explore London together. If Statues Could Talk has a day out from Westminster Abbey to St Paul's Cathedral.

Down by The Thames - London Book Review - A Step Outside Guide
Down by The Thames is a London book for families where the children can take the lead. It's an adventure from Tower Hill to Embankment.

Woolwich Ferry
The Woolwich Ferry is London's only free river boat service and it can take pedestrians, cyclists and nearly all vehicle sizes.

Bateaux London Afternoon Tea Cruise Review
Bateaux London has many dining cruises along the Thames in central London. The Afternoon Tea Cruise is a wonderful daytime cruise seeing the sights while indulging in delicious cakes.

Bateaux London - Thames Dinner Cruise
Bateaux London offer plenty of choices for dining cruises so I tried the dinner cruise on the Symphony, the largest restaurant cruise vessel in London.

Silver Sturgeon London Thames Dining Cruise Review
The Silver Sturgeon is the flagship boat of Silver Fleet's Thames river vessels. It's big enough to hold over 500 people but service is always personal. Their dining cruises are a glamorous way to see London.

Tales of Plague - London Walk Review
London certainly has some grisly history and Tales of Plague offers an alternative London guided walk.

Galleries, Palaces & Tea - Book Review
Galleries, Palaces & Tea by David Backhouse looks at the eccentricities of London but in a reference book way of thinking.

Hope in Vulnerability - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 Photos
The Sentebale charity show garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 was called 'Hope in Vulnerability'.

The Evaders Garden - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 Photos
The Evaders Garden was an Artisan Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 was an incredible sculpture.

The Hidden Beauty of Kranji - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 Photos
The Hidden Beauty of Kranjo show garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015.

The Telegraph Garden - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 Photos
The Telegraph Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 was inspired by the De Stijl Movement.

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 Photos
Enjoy these photos taken at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015.

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 Photos
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Thinking of Peace - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 Photos
Thinking of Peace is a one of the Fresh Gardens at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015.

The M&G Garden 2015 - The Retreat - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 Photos
The M&G garden 2015 - The Retreat, at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 featured a two storey building inspired by famous writers' retreats.

Time for Tea - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 Photos
Time for Tea was the fantastic floral display by Interflora in the Grand Pavilion at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015.

Homebase Urban Retreat Garden - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015
The Homebase Urban Retreat Show Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015.

RHS Chelsea Flower Show Photos
Enjoy these photo highlights from the Chelsea Flower Show over the last few years.

The Chap Olympiad London 2015
The Chap Olympiad is a hilarious annual London event held in July. Some of the unusual 'sports' include the Three Trousered Limbo, Cucumber Sandwich Discus and Pipe Smoker's Relay, all in the hope of going home with the coveted gold cravat. It's a chance for the British to show what they do best: dress inappropriately, drink G&Ts, and make complete buffoons of themselves.

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

Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London
The last week of June and the first week of July is Wimbledon Fortnight when the All England Lawn Tennis Club Championships take place.

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

Philpot Lane Mice
The Philpot Lane mice are considered to be the smallest permanent sculpture in London. Find out why mice and how to see them.

The Medieval Banquet in London - Review
The Medieval Banquet in London is over two hours of entertainment and a four course meal. Dress up and have fun!

Free Things to Do in Westminster London
Westminster covers a large proportion of central London including many of the well-known attractions but that doesn't mean there's a shortage of free things to do. In fact Westminster has plenty of free activities whether you're visiting with friends, bringing the family or on a date.

Novelty Automation
Novelty Automation has end-of-the-pier coin-operated machines to entertain and delight - and you don't have to go to the seaside as it's in central London.

Pet Friendly London Hotels
If you can't bear to leave your pets you will be pleased to discover there are pet friendly hotels in London.

Things to Do Near The British Museum
While the British Museum is one of London's cultural icons there are lots more museums in the area without the crowds.

Pelican Feeding in St James's Park
The pelicans in St James's Park in central London are fed fresh fish daily and the public can watch every day.

Grant Museum of Zoology London - UCL Museums
The Grant Museum of Zoology has about 55,000 specimens, covering the whole Animal Kingdom. It's small and spooky and lots of fun. It's free so you can pop in regularly to learn more.

Wellcome Collection - London Museum and Gallery
Wellcome Collection is a modern museum and gallery bringing together science and art. Sir Henry Wellcome enthusiastically collected over a million medical objects and Wellcome Collection displays as many as possible to help visitors discover more about the development of medicine through the ages and across cultures.

Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology - London UCL Museum
The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology has 80,000 objects but only has space to display a small percentage. They welcome children and have activities available.

Rosewood Slow Food and Living Market
Rosewood London has a Slow Food & Living Market every Sunday in the grand courtyard. Well curated stall holders and you can stop for brunch too.

Lincoln's Inn Fields London
Lincoln's Inn Fields is the largest public square in London.

Hunterian Museum London - Royal College of Surgeons
The Hunterian Museum is at the Royal College of Surgeons in London. The Museum is inspired by the life and work of the surgeon John Hunter (1728-1793).

Sir John Soane's Museum London
Sir John Soane was an architect and avid collector of antiquities and art. He merged 3 houses on Lincoln's Inn Fields to be his home and museum which he left to the nation in 1837.

The Foundling Museum Opening Times
The Foundling Museum Opening Times

The Foundling Museum - Ticket Information
The Foundling Museum - Ticket Information

The Foundling Museum - Shopping and Coram's Cafe
The Foundling Museum - Shopping and Coram's Cafe

The Foundling Museum – Access
The Foundling Museum – Access

The Foundling Museum - Family Activities
The Foundling Museum - Family Activities

The Foundling Museum – Ground Floor and Lower Ground Floor
The Foundling Museum – Highlights on the Ground Floor and Lower Ground Floor

The Foundling Museum - First and Second Floors
The Foundling Museum - First and Second Floors

How to Get to The Foundling Museum London
How to Get to The Foundling Museum

Charles Dickens Museum London
The Charles Dickens Museum at 48 Doughty Street is the only surviving London home of Charles Dickens.

The Foundling Museum London Visitor Information
All you need to know to plan your visit to the Foundling Museum from background information on the history, to tickets and opening hours.

British Museum Visitor Information
The British Museum opened in 1753 and it has prided itself on remaining free for all that time. The British Museum houses more than an incredible 7 million objects and it would probably take a week to see everything.

British Museum Highlights
Find out the best of what there is to see at the British Museum in London, including the Rosetta Stone, the Easter Island Statue, the Elgin Marbles/Parthenon sculptures and those famous Egyptian mummies.

How To Get To The British Museum in London
Find out the address and nearest tube stations to get to the British Museum in London. Page 2.

British Museum Opening Times
Find out the latest British Museum opening times, including late nights.

British Museum Ticket Information
Information on buying tickets for special exhibitions at the British Museum in London.

British Museum Shops
Shopping options at the British Museum in London.

British Museum Access Information
Access information for the British Museum in London.

British Museum Family Activities
Information on the family activities at the British Museum in London.

British Museum Membership
Details on becoming a Member at the British Museum in London.

British Museum Tours
Details about the free tours and multimedia tours at the British Museum in London.

Gluten-Free Afternoon Tea in London
Want a list of the best gluten-free afternoon tea options in London? This page has all you need.

Gluten-Free Afternoon Tea in London
Want a list of the best gluten-free afternoon tea options in London? This page has all you need.

London Zoo Visitor Information - How to Get There
Contact details and directions on how to get to London Zoo.

London Zoo Highlights
What's great to see at London Zoo.

London Zoo - Find Out More About ZSL London Zoo
ZSL London Zoo has been a public zoo since 1847. It combines modern conservation with heritage architecture making it a great day out.

London Zoo Ticket Information and Prices
Information on prices and how to get London Zoo tickets, including ways to save money.

London Zoo Visitor Facilities - Visior Facilities at London Zoo
London Zoo visitor facilities include shopping, food and drink options, toilets, and baby-changing facilities.

London Zoo Daily Events - Times of Daily Events at London Zoo
Information about the daily events at London Zoo.

London Zoo Disabled Access - More About London Zoo Disabled Access
Access information for disabled visitors and those traveling with children in buggies.

London Zoo Opening and Closing Hours
Check the London Zoo opening hours before visiting.

Giro the Nazi Dog Memorial in London
Giro the Nazi Dog is the only Nazi memorial in London. Giro was owned by Dr Leopold von Hoesch who was the German Ambassador in London from 1932 to 1936.

London Villages by Zena Alkayat - Book Review
London Villages by Zena Alkayat is a lovely introduction to the areas of London that could easily be mistaken for small villages and includes well-chosen places to visit in each.

Camellia's Tea House London Gluten-Free Afternoon Tea Review
Camellia's Tea House in central London offers a really good value gluten-free afternoon tea in a calm environment.

Queen of Hearts Afternoon Tea Review - London
This Alice in Wonderland themed afternoon tea is at a Canary Wharf hotel restaurant overlooking The Thames. Great views for a wonderful afternoon.

William Morris Gallery
The William Morris Gallery is the only public gallery devoted to the life and legacy of William Morris. It's free to visit and very family-friendly.

Make Your Own Afternoon Tea
This cookery class at The Cookery School in central London shows you how to make all the components of a classic English Afternoon Tea.

Tune Westminster London Hotel Review
Tunes are a popular no frills chain in Asia and this is their first opening in Europe. They offer

Tune Liverpool Street London Hotel Review
Tunes are a popular budget hotel chain in Asia and this is their second opening in London. The location is superb: right next to Spitalfields Market and the fun of Brick Lane, Hoxton and Shoreditch.

Tune Hotel Paddington London Review
Tune Paddington is the third opening for the budget hotel chain and is clearly as good as many London 3 star hotels but at a fraction of the cost.

Tune Hotels London Canary Wharf Review
Tune Hotels Canary Wharf is the fifth London property for this budget hotel chain. The rooms are bigger than expected and the transport links are great.

Top 10 Vegetarian Restaurants in London
A longtime vegetarian recommends the top 10 London restaurants that keep vegetarians and omnivores coming back for more.

Dance on Joseph Grimaldi's Grave in London
In a park near King's Cross you are encouraged to dance on Joseph Grimaldi's grave. Find out why.

St. Patrick's Day in London 2016
In London we celebrate St Patrick's Day on the Sunday nearest to 17 March. London has a St Patrick's Day Parade and Festival which happens in Trafalgar Square.

Cookery School at Little Portland Street London Review
The Cookery School at Little Portland Street in central London has a wide range of cookery classes on offer. I tried the 'Perfect Cupcakes' lesson with my young daughter. Here's our review.

The Arcelormittal Orbit
The ArcelorMittal Orbit is the tallest sculpture in the UK but also a London visitor attraction on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

The May Fair Hotel London - Hotel Review
The luxurious May Fair Hotel in London was opened by royalty in 1927 and has remained popular with A-listers and glamorous guests.

Rosewood London Hotel Review
I stayed at Rosewood London so can tell you what it's really like to be a guest at this London luxury hotel.

Rosewood London Hotel
Find out more about Rosewood London - one of the newest luxury hotels in the capital.

Rosewood London Hotel Contact Information
Contact details for Rosewood London - luxury hotel in London.

Ideal Home Show London 2015
A great day out is guaranteed at the Ideal Home Show, packed with shopping, lots of fun, and plenty of ideas and inspiration to help you create your ultimate home.

Chelsea Antiques Fairs London 2015
The King's Road Antiques Fair has been renamed the Chelsea Antiques Fair. It takes place at Chelsea Old Town Hall on the King's Road in south west London.

Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race in London 2015
The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race is an annual rowing event on the River Thames in London between to the two prestigious universities.

Dorchester London Afternoon Tea Review
Review of Afternoon Tea at the luxury London hotel, The Dorchester.

Eat Like A Local - How To Not Look Like a Tourist in London
How to eat like a local so you do not look like a tourist in London.

Travel Like A Local - How To Not Look Like a Tourist in London
Find out how to travel like a local so you do not look like a tourist in London.

Act Like A Local - How To Not Look Like a Tourist in London
Find out how to act like a local so you do not look like a tourist in London.

Act Like A Local
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How To Not Stand Out In The Crowd - How To Not Look Like a Tourist in London
Find out how to be more like a local so you do not look like a tourist in London.

Travel Like A Local - How To Not Look Like a Tourist in London
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Eat Like A Local - How To Not Look Like a Tourist in London
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Dress Like A Local - How To Not Look Like a Tourist in London
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HotelTonight App Review
While we are often told to book early to get the best hotel rates, the HotelTonight app has amazing deals for those of us who like to leave things to the last minute.

Dino Snores at the Natural History Museum
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London Museum Sleepovers
Ever wanted a 'Night in the Museum' experience? Find out which London museums offer sleepovers and explore after dark.

Science Museum - London Museum Sleepovers
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British Museum - London Museum Sleepovers
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Golden Hinde - London Museum Sleepovers
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ZSL London Zoo - London Museum Sleepovers
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Hamleys Dream Sleepover
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London Eye With Small Children Review
How easy is it to travel on the London Eye with small children? They may well go free (under fours) but is it all too much of a nightmare to even contemplate? Actually, no. It's really easy but, as with everything with small children, you need to plan your trip well. Here's everything you'll need to know to make a flight on the Eye with small children a wonderful experience.

Tutankhamum London Exhibition Review - Tutankhamum at the O2 London Review
We've waited 35 years but Tutankhamun's treasures have returned to London for an incredible exhibition at the O2. Find out what it's all about.

Fodor's Around London With Kids Review - Around London with Kids Travel Guide Review
Review of Fodor's Around London With Kid's: 68 great things to do together in the city and beyond. Why 68?

London street finder A-Z book review
A London street finder map is known as an A-Z. This is a review of the London A-Z.

Camden Shopping Markets in London Guide
Camden is world famous for its markets which attract more than 100,000 visitors every weekend making it one of London's top attractions.

St. John's Lodge Garden
This is the Regent's Park secret garden as so few know about St John's Lodge Garden. It's a wonderfully peaceful location so I'll let you in on the secret.

Victoria Line Station Tile Motifs - Tottenham Hale
The Victoria Line tube platform tile motifs are all different. Have a look at Tottenham Hale and find out more.

Afternoon Tea at The Ritz London Review
Afternoon Tea at The Ritz is known worldwide and is something everyone should try at least once in a lifetime. Tea at The Ritz is an institution in itself and is served in the spectacular Palm Court.

What Can You See at London's Sky Garden?
Find out what to expect from a visit to London's Sky Garden, on levels 35-7 of the Walkie Talkie tower.

What's it Like To Visit London's Sky Garden?
Find out what it is like to visit London's Sky Garden on top of the Walkie Talkie skyscraper.

How To Book a Ticket for The Sky Garden
Find out how to book tickets for London's Sky Garden on top of the Walkie Talkie skyscraper.

Sky Garden - Public Garden on Top of London's Walkie Talkie
The Sky Garden is an enclosed public garden on the top of the skyscraper known as the Walkie Talkie. Find out how to visit and what to see.

Indeedy Musical Bingo
Indeedy Musical Bingo is a fantastic night out! Cross off songs instead of numbers and be prepared to laugh a lot as this is great entertainment.

The Wallace Collection London - Visitor Information
The Wallace Collection in London is a national museum displaying eighteenth and nineteenth century European paintings and French objets d'art.

Must See Sights and Attractions in Camden
Camden is known for its markets but there's lots to see and do here. Find out about the recommended eateries and music venues and more besides.

The Hoxton Holborn London Hotel Review
The Hoxton Holborn opened in 2014 as the central London sister to the Shoreditch hotel. This branch is just as cool and comes highly recommended.

Where to Find the Best Pub Pie in London
A pie and a pint is considered the perfect lunch by many but where can you find the best pub pie in London? I've done the research for you and here's where you need to head for lunch soon.

London Fashion Factory Shops
You can save a fortune by visiting a factory shop for clothes when shopping in London. Find out where they are.

Family-Friendly Hotels in London
I've looked at budget to luxury family-friendly hotels to help you decide where to book when you bring the kids to London.

Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms, London
Find out about the Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms in London including history, contact details, and a review.

HMS Belfast Review - London War Museum
HMS Belfast was an active war ship but is now a museum ship, moored near Tower Bridge in London. Find out all you need to plan a visit.

Paramount London Afternoon Tea Review
Paramount is at the top of Centre Point and has the highest level afternoon tea you can have in London. Tea, cakes and those views make it simply perfect.

Royal Opera House Backstage Tour
Backstage tours at London's Royal Opera House give you a chance to see some of the changes from the major refurbishment.

Pisco Bar at LIMA Floral London
Bar Pisco at LIMA Floral is a Covent Garden basement bar that specializes in Pisco liquor, Peru's national spirit.

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Lord Mayor's Show London 2014
Lord Mayor's Show takes place in London annually on the 2nd Saturday in November. The procession starts at Mansion House and goes to the Royal Courts of Justice for the new Lord Mayor to swear his oath of allegiance to the queen.

Cheese and Wine in London (Where to Go)
Cheese and wine are a wonderful combination but where can you find a bottle of red and a cheese platter in London? The answers are here.

Cheese and Wine in London (Where to Go)
Cheese and wine are a wonderful combination but where can you find a bottle of red and a cheese platter in London? The answers are here.

Top 10 Things for Kids to Do in London
London can be a wonderful destination for a family vacation but it pays to do your research. Here are the top 10 things for kids to do in London.

Top London Afternoon Tea Places
Afternoon tea in London is a wonderful tradition and I've enjoyed this pastime at many venues. These are considered by many to be the best afternoon tea places in London.

How Do I Get to London From Heathrow Airport?
Located 20 miles (32km) to the west of London, Heathrow (LHR) is one of the world's busiest international airports. Heathrow has got five terminals.

Ministry of Sound - London Super Nightclub
Ministry of Sound London attracts 5000 people each weekend and has three dance floors and three bars. It has remained popular due to the legendary DJs who perform here.

Top 10 London Luxury Boutique Hotels
Luxury boutique Hotels in London: Boutique Hotels offer a more intimate experience than large chain hotels, and are often much more luxurious. The level of service is much more personalized and the accommodation is usually quite individual.

Save Money on London Transport With an Oyster Card
It is cheaper to use an Oyster card than cash to pay for London Transport journeys on the tube or buses.

Kingsway Hall Hotel Afternoon Tea Review
Kingsway Hall Hotel is a short walk from Covent Garden or Holborn tube stations and although in a central London location you may never walk down this street. I had a reader email recommending the well-priced Kingsway Hall Hotel afternoon tea and that was enough for me to book immediately.

Find Out About London Neighborhoods
London is huge so this article will help you understand the different areas. London is one of the largest cities in the world and the most populated city in the European Union. London is a diverse city with great wealth and prosperity, while also harboring poverty and social exclusion problems.

Day Trips From London
London is a great place to base yourself for a trip to the UK. Not only because there is so much to do here but also because you are well-positioned for some great days out around England. Here are some fun day trips out for you to try.

Oyster Card Review - London Transport
A review of using an Oyster Card on London Transport.

Kensington Palace Orangery Afternoon Tea Review
The Orangery at Kensington Palace is a wonderful location to enjoy a well-priced afternoon tea.

My Favorite Afternoon Tea in London
I am often asked which is my favorite afternoon tea in London so I've chosen a selection here that all come personally recommended by me.

Overview of London's Portobello Road Market
Portobello Road Market in Notting Hill is one of the most famous street markets in the world. The Saturday antiques market is the most popular.

Long-Haul Flight Survival Tips and Tricks
Tips on how to survive a long haul flight more comfortably.

Famous Cologne Shops and Perfumeries in London
If you love fragrances, when you visit London you may well enjoy these London perfume shops for their expertise and unique English style.

Natural History Museum London Visitor's Guide
The Natural History Museum is one of the big three museums in South Kensington, London. It is a wonderful Victorian building housing the weird and wonderful of the natural world.

Diana Memorial Playground in Kensington Gardens London
The Diana Memorial Playground in Kensington Gardens, next to Kensington Palace, the former home of Diana Princess of Wales, is a fabulous children's playground for kids up to 12 years. There's loads for kids to do in the Diana Memorial Playground including playing on the enormous wooden pirate ship.

Brick Lane Market in Banglatown London
Find out about Brick Lane market the trendy part of London's east end, plus other markets in the area.

London Heathrow Airport Terminal 3 Tips
Advice for checking-in at Terminal 3 of London Heathrow airport. Terminal 3 is mostly used for long-haul destinations, but there are also some European flights.

London Department Stores - Shopping Guide
Department stores are usually part of a retail chain but most have their flagship stores in London. Here's a list of all of the city's department stores.

The Meeting Place at St Pancras Station
The Meeting Place at St Pancras station in London is a huge bronze statue by Paul Day of a couple embracing. Find out more.

The Orangery Afternoon Tea Review - Kensington Palace
For a traditional afternoon tea where you can dine in a palace and wear sneakers, you must visit the Orangery at Kensington Palace.

London Airport Transfers easyBus Review
easyBus offer low cost airport transfers. I've used them many times to and from London airports so here's my easyBus tips and review.

10 Hidden or Off-Beat London Tourist Attractions
London has lots of hidden gems (those places that are really special) for you to discover if only someone would tell you about them! Well, that's what I intend to do here with this list of London's Top 10 Hidden Gems.

London Bridge Experience and London Tombs Review
The London Bridge Experience and London Tombs are a popular 'scare attraction'. In the London Bridge Experience you discover the gruesome tales of the area and in the London Tombs you'll scream like a girl. Well, I did!

Review: Imperial College Budget Summer Accommodation
Imperial College is the UK's leading science, technology and medicine university. The main campus is in South Kensington, near the big museums. During the summer months they let the student rooms so you can stay in central London at a great rate. I've seen the rooms are they nicer than many budget hotels!

List of Top Irish Pubs in London - Best London Pubs
There are many Irish pubs in London so how do you choose a good one? The Irish pubs in London listed here are recommended for their ambience - as well as their Guinness!

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

Nine of the Best Youth Hostels in London
If you're looking for budget accommodation in London you need this handy list of the best youth hostels in London.

London Dungeon Review (Tooley Street)
The London Dungeon is not popular with Londoners but visitors to London seem to love it. Here is a review of The London Dungeons, by a Londoner. Did they manage to convince me?

List of Best London Sightseeing Tours
London tours are a great way to see a lot of the city in a short time which is what most visitors need.

Sea Life London Aquarium Visitor Information and Review
Sea Life London is one of Europe's largest displays of global aquatic life and includes a glass tunnel walkway encased in a gigantic blue whale skeleton.

Are Dogs Allowed on London Underground Tube Trains?
Find out whether dogs are allowed on the London Underground, along with restrictions and byelaws in relation to London transportation.

London Journey Planner Online - Public Transport Routes
Find out more about the official online Journey Planner to help you find the most direct route using public transport.

Tower Bridge Glass Floor on The High Walkways
Tower Bridge Exhibition added glass floor panels to the high-level walkways in 2014. Would you be brave enough to walk across?

Hackney Empire Cinderella Pantomime Review 2011
The 2011/12 pantomime at Hackney Empire is Cinderella with some changes to the regular cast but some outstanding performances making this a must see.

St Clement Danes Church London
St Clement Danes Church in London has something interesting to see inside and something fun to hear outside. Find out more...

Pacha London - London Nightclub
Pacha London reopened in 2001 after a 2 million refit. Pacha's stylish 1920s building with oak paneling, chandeliers, a stained glass ceiling, and a balcony that overlooks the main dance floor attracts a glamorous crowd.

Burberry Factory Outlet Store, London - Overview
Burberry is an iconic British clothing brand and there is a factory outlet store in Hackney, east London.

Club Aquarium London - London Nightclubs
Club Aquarium has five rooms including a swimming pool and a jacuzzi (towels provided) - and there's no other club in the UK that can make that claim! There are also two dance floors and a chill out room, plus a VIP lounge.

The Tube - The London Underground Better Known as The Tube
The tube is the local name for the London Underground system.

Sherlock Holmes Pub London Review - Review of Sherlock Holmes Pub London
Review of the upstairs restaurant at the ever popular Sherlock Holmes Pub in central London.

John Lewis - Penguin Bra - Christmas 2014
John Lewis has discovered the power of a TV advert and lovable animals so have penguins in their windows for Christmas 2014.

Bond Street Christmas Lights 2014
Bond Street has white peacock feathers and crowns for the 2014 Christmas lights.

St Christopher's Place Christmas Lights 2014
See St Christopher's Place Christmas lights for 2014.

Regent Street Christmas Lights - Christmas 2014
See Regent Street lit up for Christmas 2014.

Carnaby Street Christmas Lights 2014
The Carnaby Street Christmas lights for 2014 have headphones and dark glasses plus a curly moustache for Santa.

Seven Dials Christmas Lights - Christmas 2014
See the Seven Dials Christmas lights in Covent Garden for winter 2014.

Covent Garden Reindeer - Christmas 2014
Covent Garden has a huge fake reindeer that is lit up at night for Christmas 2014.

Covent Garden Candy Canes - Christmas 2014
Covent Garden market has huge candy canes along some of the walkways for Christmas 2014.

John Lewis - Christmas Penguins - Christmas 2014
John Lewis has discovered the power of a TV advert and lovable animals so have penguins in their windows for Christmas 2014.

Boots - Oxford Street - Christmas 2014
See Boots on Oxford Street lit up for Christmas 2014.

Selfridges - Sleeping Beauty Window - Christmas 2014
There seems to be a fairy tales theme to the Selfridges Christmas 2014 windows.

John Lewis - Penguin Family - Christmas 2014
John Lewis has discovered the power of a TV advert and lovable animals so have penguins in their windows for Christmas 2014.

John Lewis - Penguin Pants - Christmas 2014
John Lewis has discovered the power of a TV advert and lovable animals so have penguins in their windows for Christmas 2014.

John Lewis on Oxford Street in London - Christmas 2014
The Christmas 2014 windows at John Lewis on Oxford Street in London featured playful penguins.

Selfridges Paddington Window - Christmas 2014
See a gold Paddington Bear in the window at Selfridges for Christmas 2014.

Selfridges - Santa - Christmas 2014
A slumped Santa in the window at Selfridges for Christmas 2014.

Selfridges on Oxford Street in London - Christmas 2014
Selfridges on Oxford Street is calling itself Destination Christmas again for winter 2014 but the windows are disappointing.

Oxford Street Christmas Lights - Christmas 2014
The Oxford Street Christmas lights for winter 2014/15.

London Christmas Gift Ideas
Ideas from London to help you chose the perfect Christmas present.

Punchbowl London Pub and Dining Room
The Punchbowl is one of Mayfair's oldest pubs dating back to Georgian London. It's a traditional pub on a quiet side street with dining upstairs.

Little Artists' Afternoon Tea at Gallery Mess London
The Little Artists' Afternoon Tea at Gallery Mess in Chelsea is fun and delicious with 'paint tubes' to decorate a cupcake plus healthy toppings too.

London Blogs - Submit Your London Blogs
Bloggers share their London blogs. Submit your blog about London and read other London blogs. Find blogs about living and visiting London.

London Blogs - Submit Your London Blogs
Bloggers share their London blogs. Submit your blog about London and read other London blogs. Find blogs about living and visiting London.

London's Green Cabbie Shelters - History and Today
London's cabbie shelters started in Victorian times to give taxi drivers somewhere warm and dry with refreshments. Some of these shelters still remain.

Pearly Kings & Queens Photo Gallery
Photos of Pearly Kings & Queens in London.

Benjamin Franklin House London
Benjamin Franklin House in London is the only surviving former home of Benjamin Franklin, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. And you can visit.

London Cab Tours offered by Graham Greenglass
Graham Greenglass is a licensed London black cab driver and tour guide with a good choice of themed tours as well as the big highlights of the city.

Find Out About London Black Cabs Taxis
London Taxis are iconic and black cabs can often be the best transport option, especially late at night as the drivers have all completed many years of training, called the Knowledge, so know the streets of London like the back of their hand.

Cabwise London Taxi Safety Campaign - Do Not Use Illegal London Cabs Use Cabwise
Only taxis (black cabs) can pick up customers on the streets of London. Use Cabwise to find a taxi 24 hours a day.

Lord's Cricket Ground Tour - Tour of Lord's
Even if you know nothing about cricket (like me), a tour of Lord's Cricket Ground is a fascinating day out. You'll find out more about the history of the club, the architecture and the nuances of the game and see areas generally not available to the public.

Waterloo and City Line
The Waterloo & City Line is the shortest line on the London Underground system but it connects two useful areas of London so is well worth knowing about.

Barbican Big Adventure - Review
The Barbican Big Adventure is a free trail for families with children aged 6+ to explore the building inside and out. Plus there's a free reward upon completion too.

Little Venice
Little Venice is a real contrast to the busy London visitors expect to find. It's calm and peaceful and a great place for a canal walk.

Rolling Bridge at Paddington Basin London
In the Paddington Basin of the Grand Union Canal in London there a bridge that is mostly curled up but unfurls once a week for visitors to admire - and cross over.

Paddington Rolling Bridge Directions
The rolling bridge at Paddington is wonderful to watch when it uncurls and becomes a bridge for just a few minutes once a week. But finding it can be elusive, even for locals so here are some clear and simple directions to follow.

Blow Up Bridge - Regent's Canal Walk - Blow Up Bridge
Walking beside the Regent's Canal in London from Little Venice to Camden is a wonderful way to pass a few hours. The route passes the beautiful houseboats at Little Venice, Nash Regency houses and London Zoo before reaching Camden Lock. Enjoy these photos. Page 10.

Little Venice to Camden - Regent's Canal Walk
Little Venice was named by the poet Robert Browning who lived overlooking the canal in the 1800s. Walking beside the Regent's Canal in London from Little Venice to Camden is a wonderful way to pass a few hours. I hope these photos inspire you to take the walk.

Little Venice to Camden - Regent's Canal Walk
Little Venice was named by the poet Robert Browning who lived overlooking the canal in the 1800s. Walking beside the Regent's Canal in London from Little Venice to Camden is a wonderful way to pass a few hours. I hope these photos inspire you to take the walk. Page 3.

Cafe Laville Little Venice - Regent's Canal - Cafe Laville
Cafe Laville is a short walk from Little Venice and is right over the Regent's Canal so offers great views from inside. Find out more about the walk from Little Venice to Camden. Page 6.

Camden Lock - Regent's Canal Walk - Camden Lock
Walking beside the Regent's Canal in London from Little Venice to Camden is a wonderful way to pass a few hours. The route passes the beautiful houseboats at Little Venice, Nash Regency houses and London Zoo before reaching Camden Lock. Enjoy these photos. Page 15.

Feng Shang Restaurant - Regent's Canal Walk - Feng Shang Restaurant
Walking beside the Regent's Canal in London from Little Venice to Camden is a wonderful way to pass a few hours. The Feng Shang Restaurant was built back in the 1980s and was the first floating restaurant in London. Page 13.

Cafe Laville - Little Venice - Regent's Canal Walk - Cafe Laville
Cafe Laville is a short walk from Little Venice. It's has a wonderful location, right over the Regent's Canal so offers great views from inside. Page 5.

Little Venice to Camden - Regent's Canal Walk
Little Venice was named by the poet Robert Browning who lived overlooking the canal in the 1800s. Walking beside the Regent's Canal in London from Little Venice to Camden is a wonderful way to pass a few hours. I hope these photos inspire you to take the walk. Page 4.

London Zoo Aviary - Regent's Canal Walk - London Zoo Aviary
London Zoo Aviary can be seen from the Regent's Canal. Enjoy these photos and find out more about the walk from Little Venice to Camden. Page 11.

Little Venice to Camden - Regent's Canal Walk
Walking beside the Regent's Canal in London from Little Venice to Camden is a wonderful way to pass a few hours. The route passes beautiful houseboats at Little Venice, Nash Regency houses and London Zoo before reaching Camden Lock. Enjoy these photos. Page 7.

Little Venice to Camden - Regent's Canal Walk
Walking beside the Regent's Canal in London from Little Venice to Camden is a wonderful way to pass a few hours. The route passes the beautiful houseboats at Little Venice, Nash Regency houses and London Zoo before reaching Camden Lock. Enjoy these photos. Page 8.

Little Venice to Camden - Regent's Canal Walk
Walking beside the Regent's Canal in London from Little Venice to Camden is a wonderful way to pass a few hours. The route passes the beautiful houseboats at Little Venice, Nash Regency houses and London Zoo before reaching Camden Lock. Enjoy these photos. Page 14.

Regent's Canal Camden - Near London Zoo - Regent's Canal Camden
Walking beside the Regent's Canal in London from Little Venice to Camden is a wonderful way to pass a few hours. The route passes the beautiful houseboats at Little Venice, Nash Regency houses and London Zoo before reaching Camden Lock. Enjoy these photos. Page 12.

Little Venice to Camden - Regent's Canal Walk
Walking beside the Regent's Canal in London from Little Venice to Camden is a wonderful way to pass a few hours. The route passes the beautiful houseboats at Little Venice, Nash Regency houses and London Zoo before reaching Camden Lock. Enjoy these photos. Page 9.

Waterside Cafe at Little Venice - Regent's Canal Walk - Waterside Cafe at Little Venice
Little Venice was named by the poet Robert Browning who lived overlooking the canal in the 1800s. The Waterside Cafe is fine place to stop for lunch or a drink and enjoy the peaceful location. Page 2.

Little Venice to Camden - Regent's Canal Walk
Walking beside the Regent's Canal in London from Little Venice to Camden is a wonderful way to pass a few hours. The route passes the beautiful houseboats at Little Venice, Nash Regency houses and London Zoo before reaching Camden Lock. Enjoy these photos.

Little Venice to Camden - Regent's Canal Walk
Walking beside the Regent's Canal in London from Little Venice to Camden is a wonderful way to pass a few hours. The route passes the beautiful houseboats at Little Venice, Nash Regency houses and London Zoo before reaching Camden Lock. Enjoy these photos.

Thames Barrier Park
Thames Barrier Park is a free London riverside park with great view of the Thames Flood Barrier. It's great for families and has a good cafe.

London Cable Car - Emirates Air Line
Technically called Emirates Air Line and part of Transport for London, the London cable car is a way to cross the River Thames from Greenwich to Royal Docks.

Woolwich Foot Tunnel
The Woolwich Foot Tunnel is a free route under the River Thames. Find out where, why and how.

Afternoon Tea at Brown's Hotel in London - Review
The English Tea Room at Brown's Hotel in London is steeped in history. (Brown's was London's first ever hotel.) This is a wonderful location to enjoy the English tradition of afternoon tea.

London for Free: Greenwich Foot Tunnel
Greenwich Foot Tunnel is a pedestrian crossing under the River Thames between Greenwich and Island Gardens, London. There are about a hundred steps at each end but it's free and open 24 hours a day.

Number 139 London Bus for Cheap Sightseeing in London
The no.139 London bus has a great route for sightseeing: from West Hamsptead Heath through central London to Waterloo.

Number 24 London Bus for Cheap Sightseeing in London
The no.24 London bus has a great route for sightseeing: from Hamsptead Heath in north London down to Pimlico near the river Thames.

London Bus Routes For Sightseeing
There are many London bus routes that are good for sightseeing so I've written this list of guides to help.

Umi Hotel London - Budget Hotel Review
Review of the Umi London Hotel located in the Notting Hill / Bayswater area.

Guildhall Art Gallery London and Roman London's Amphitheatre
The Guildhall Art Gallery was established in 1885 to house and display paintings and sculpture belonging to the Corporation of London. Located in the historic heart of the City next to the medieval Guildhall, the present building opened to the public in 1999.

Mayfair Mist Fountain
Outside a five star hotel in Mayfair there's a hidden gem that it's easy to walk past. It's called Silence and is by the Japanese architect Tadao Ando.

London Monopoly Board Locations by London Bus
Why walk when there is a way to see the London Monopoly board locations by bus? I've planned the route here for you.

The First Bus For London Monopoly Board Locations
Why walk when there is a way to see the London Monopoly board locations by bus? Here's the first bus to get you started.

The Second Bus For London Monopoly Board Locations
Why walk when there is a way to see the London Monopoly board locations by bus? Here's the second bus to keep you moving.

The Third Bus For London Monopoly Board Locations
Why walk when there is a way to see the London Monopoly board locations by bus? Here's the penultimate bus needed to complete the challenge.

The Fourth Bus For London Monopoly Board Locations
Why walk when there is a way to see the London Monopoly board locations by bus? Here's the final bus needed to complete the challenge.

London Protected Views - Which Views Will Always Remain?
It seems there is always construction work going on in London but it's good to know these views will always be preserved.

Can We Share an Oyster Card?
Do you need an Oyster card each to pay for London transport journeys or can you share? Here's what you need to know.

The Chocolate Museum London
The Chocolate Museum is a small, independent museum in south London where you can find out about the history of chocolate and enjoy excellent hot chocolate too.

Free Small London Museums - London for Free
London has a an abundance of less well-known but still fascinating, museums. Here's are my recommendations.

Pancras Square Leisure Centre Swimming Pools - Swimming in Central London
The Pancras Square Leisure Centre in King's Cross has two swimming pools.

Oasis Sports Centre - Swimming Pools in Central London
The Oasis Sports Centre is in Covent Garden and has two swimming pools.

Swimming Pools in Central London
Where to enjoy swimming in central London with plenty of photos of the pools too.

Swimming Pools in Central London
Where to enjoy swimming in central London with plenty of photos of the pools too.

Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 Pods
Have you see the Heathrow Airport pods at T5? Find out about this fun free transfer system at this London airport.

London Chocolate - Where to Buy and Try It
Where to buy and try delicious British chocolate in London.

base2stay London Hotel Review
base2stay is a boutique hotel in Kensington that keeps the prices low but the standards high. There are a variety of room sizes from Bijou Single to rooms for four guests. All rooms have a mini kitchen and the hotel has good 'green' credentials.

Royal Wedding – How to See Kate and William's Royal Wedding in London
Prince William and Kate Middleton are getting married in April 2011. Find out more!

Routemaster Buses in London
The old Routemaster buses are definitely a design icon of London transport. They are the buses where you could jump on and off at the back. Unfortunately they went out of general service at the end of 2005 but there are two Heritage routes in London.

Imperial War Museum London Visitor Information
The Imperial War Museum is unique in its coverage of conflicts, from the First World War to the present day. The museum is being transformed ready for its new First World War Galleries in 2014.

Superhero Children's Afternoon Tea at St Ermin's Hotel London
St Ermin's Hotel in London has a special children's afternoon tea for all superhero fans: InfiniTEA and Beyond. The Batman cake stand has a Superman double strength chocolate brownie and so much more.

Leiths School of Food and Wine - London Review
Leiths School of Food and Wine in London has cookery classes for chefs and enthusiasts. I tried a one-day class so can tell you what it's really like.

London Cookery Schools
Take a cookery class at one of these recommended London cookery schools.

London Transport Museum Visitor Information
Find out about the London Transport Museum including history, contact details, ticket details, and a review.

The Stockpot London - London Cheap Eats - London Budget Restaurants
The Stockpot is a no frills chain of cheap eateries. Expect hearty and wholesome dishes with generous portions yet at budget prices.

Vista at the Trafalgar - Trafalgar Square Rooftop Bar
Vista at the Trafalgar is the rooftop bar of The Trafalgar Hotel at, guess where? Trafalgar Square. There is nowhere else in the world where you can see these views which makes it a very special place.

Kensington Palace Visitor Information - Kensington Palace Visitor Information
Kensington Palace Visitor Information including opening times, ticket prices and directions.

Kensington Palace Visitor Information
Kensington Palace reopened in March 2012 after a major renovation program to now have four exhibitions within one historic London building. The King's and Queen's State Apartments and a new major exhibition about Queen Victoria are some of the very good reasons to visit this palace.

Kensington Palace History - Kensington Palace History
Kensington Palace has been a royal residence since 1689. Even though minor royalty still live there visitors can explore some areas. Find out more about the history of Kensington Palace.

Beefeater Gin Distillery Tour London
Beefeater London: The Home of Gin is London’s first dedicated gin distillery visitor center. Let me tell you what you'll see during your visit.

London, UK Safestay Hostel at Elephant & Castle: Review
Safestay opened their Elephant & Castle hostel in June 2012 with plans for more contemporary, family-friendly, hostels coming to London soon. This hostel is in a heritage building but is bang up to date inside.

Ferry Travel to London
Being in the south of England, London is just a few hours from the east, south and south-east coasts, and ports such as Dover, Folkestone, Harwich, Ramsgate, and Newhaven are all easily accessible. There are regular ferry services for passengers and vehicles.

Notting Hill Film Locations - Portobello Road Market – Self-Guided Walking Tour
The 1999 British romantic comedy movie Notting Hill, starring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts still encourages visitors to the Notting Hill area every week looking for the now famous locations around Portobello Road Market. This self-guided walk includes Portobello Road Market.

Self-Guided Walk of Notting Hill Film Locations Page 5
The 1999 British romantic comedy movie Notting Hill, starring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts still encourages visitors to the Notting Hill area every week. Page 5.

Notting Hill Film Locations - Coffee Shop - Self-Guided Walking Tour
The 1999 British romantic comedy movie Notting Hill, starring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts still encourages visitors to the Notting Hill area every week looking for the now famous locations around Portobello Road Market. This self-guided walk includes the location of coffee shop where William buys orange juice before spilling it over Anna.

Notting Hill Film Locations Walk Tour - Coronet Cinema
The 1999 British romantic comedy movie Notting Hill, starring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts still encourages visitors to the Notting Hill area every week looking for the now famous locations around Portobello Road Market. This self-guided walk start at the Coronet Cinema.

Notting Hill Film Locations - Rosmead Garden
The 1999 British romantic comedy movie Notting Hill, starring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts still encourages visitors to the Notting Hill area every week looking for the now famous locations around Portobello Road Market. This self-guided walk includes Rosmead Gardens, the private gardens they break into.

Notting Hill Film Locations - Bella & Max's Notting Hill House – Self-Guided Walking Tour
The 1999 British romantic comedy movie Notting Hill, starring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts still encourages visitors to the Notting Hill area every week looking for the now famous locations around Portobello Road Market. This self-guided walk includes the location of Bella and Max's house.

Self-Guided Walk of Notting Hill Film Locations
The 1999 British romantic comedy movie Notting Hill, starring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts still encourages visitors to the area every week. Page 6.

'Notting Hill' Film Locations Walk Tour - The Blue Door
The 1999 British romantic comedy movie Notting Hill, starring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts still encourages visitors to the Notting Hill area every week looking for the now famous locations around Portobello Road Market. This self-guided walk includes the location of the William's flat that had the well-known blue door. Page 7.

Notting Hill Film Locations - Tony's Restaurant - Self-Guided Walking Tour
The 1999 British romantic comedy movie Notting Hill, starring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts still encourages visitors to the Notting Hill area every week looking for the now famous locations around Portobello Road Market. This self-guided walk includes the location of William's friend Tony's restaurant.

Punting and Canoes in East London
Did you know you can try punting in London? There's no need to go to Cambridge or Oxford when you can try punting in London on the much quieter waterways.

London for Free - Visiting the London Stone
The London Stone is a fragment of a 3,000 year old piece of limestone that for years was considered to be the symbolic heart of London.

London Silver Vaults - Shopping in London
The London Silver Vaults are a little known underground maze of antique silver dealers in the City of London. It's free to visit and is a fascinating place to see.

Rainforest Cafe London Review
The Rainforest cafe is London's largest family restaurant. The jungle feel is enhanced by the roaring elephants and other special effects. Find out more with my Rainforest Cafe London Review.

Criterion Restaurant - Criterion Restaurant Reviews - Criterion Restaurant London
Criterion Restaurant in London's Piccadilly has a sumptuous neo-Byzantine decor which never fails to impress. The Criterion first opened in 1874 and is still a popular romantic venue with Modern European cuisine.

UK & US Chocolate Bars Comparison
Some UK and US chocolate bars are said to be the same but I did a taste test with friends to find out if this was true.