London Travel Sitemap - Page 5 2016-09-26

Jack the Ripper London Tour - Review
There are many Jack the Ripper tours in London but I went on the London Walks tour with the expert Ripperologist Donald Rumbelow as it's the one everyone told me I had to try.

Choccywoccydoohdah London - Chocolate Shop & Cafe
Choccywoccydoodah London is a kitsch and flamboyant chocolate wonderland with a shop, cafe and 'secret room'.

Free Skating in London - Weekly Rollerskating Events
London has some great parks for skating and many regular FREE skating events if you fancy meeting up with some like-minded folks.

Number 11 London Bus
The no.11 London bus has a great route for sightseeing: through the City of London, then Trafalgar Square and Parliament Square.

The O2 London - North Greenwich Venue Information
All you need to know about the O2 entertainment venue in North Greenwich, south London.

Strand Palace Hotel Afternoon Tea Review
The Strand Palace Hotel is in a great location on the edge of Covent Garden and is a popular 3 star hotel that offers a real bargain afternoon tea.

The Tipperary - Irish Pub in the City of London
The Tipperary is the oldest Irish pub in London and celebrated its 400th anniversary in 2006. Have a look at the plaque inside explaining the pub's history. The Tipperary prides itself on serving good quality ales.

Rhythm Factory - London Nightclub
The Rhythm Factory can be a meeting place at the end of the day or a place to party at the weekend. The music is diverse and the atmosphere is laid back. Weekend club nights are popular and are open till 5am. Pete Doherty plays here regularly.

Bank of England Museum London - Visitor Information
The Bank of England Museum tells the story of the Bank of England from its foundation in 1694 to its role today as the United Kingdom's central bank.

St. Paul's Cathedral (London): Three Galleries
There are three galleries in the dome of St. Paul's Cathedral that you can climb up to visit. The Whispering Gallery is first and most famous but the other are worth visiting as they are external, so great for taking photos.

Cheap Paul Smith Clothing at the London Factory Store
Paul Smith Factory Shop is actually in central London, near Bond Street. It's a semi-secret warehouse store and they have a policy not to promote the shop so that's how it remains so exclusive.

Twinings Tea Shop, 216 The Strand, London WC2R 1AP
Twinings have had a tea shop on The Strand in London since 1717.

National Army Museum London - Visitor Information for the National Army Museum London
The National Army Museum in London has five floors of exhibits showing the history of the British Army and its impact on others. There are four permanent gallery displays and an extensive program of exhibitions, events, and activities.

London Travel: Matsuri St James's Japanese Restaurant
Hidden away in a basement near Piccadilly but well worth tracking down.You have your own personal chef at your table all night, and waitstaff wear kimonos.

Geffrye Museum London - Visitor Information
The Geffrye Museum in east London gives an insight into how Londoners have lived over the years. It's a museum of English domestic interiors and has room sets from 1600 right up to today.

UK Mars Bar Versus US Milky Way (Chocolate Bars)
The UK Mars is one of the most popular chocolate bars in the UK so I had high hopes for it in the comparison with the US Milky Way.

US Snickers Vs US Snickers - UK US Chocolate Comparison
The same name but are the UK and US Snickers chocolate bars really the same?

US Crunchie Chocolate Vs US Crunchie Chocolate - UK US Chocolate Comparison
The same name but are the UK and US Crunchie chocolate bars really the same?

US Rolo Chocolates Vs US Rolo Chocolates - UK US Chocolate Comparison
The same name but are the UK and US Rolo chocolates really the same?

US Kit Kat Chocolate Bars Vs US Kit Kat Chocolate Bars - UK US Chocolate Comparison
The same name but are the UK and US Kit Kat chocolate bars really the same?

London Hilton on Park Lane Chocolate Afternoon Tea
Podium Restaurant at The London Hilton on Park Lane offers 'Confessions of a Chocoholic' - a chocolate afternoon tea menu. The traditional tired cake stand overflows with chocolate goodies such as freshly baked chocolate chip scones served with home made chocolate praline spread, chocolate cupcakes and miniature chocolate fancies. What a sugar rush!

London Accommodation for Large Groups
Whether you're planning a family celebration or a girl's weekend away in London it can be hard to find accommodation where you can all stay together. This list of large, private properties in London should help.

Are Americans Safe in London?
US Citizens have raised concerns about traveling to London and the UK. But should they worry? Find out all you need in this article.

The Vault Hard Rock Cafe London Rock Museum
The Vault is the rock memorabilia museum in the shop at the Hard Rock Cafe in London.

Prêt-à-Portea Afternoon Tea at the Berkeley London Review
Prêt-à-Portea at The Berkeley has a designer twist on afternoon tea with inspiration from the themes and colors of the fashion world. It may not be the quintessential English afternoon tea but who cares? It's fabulous darling!

Bojo - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014
Ever wondered what Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, would look like as a crocheted gorilla?

The Topiarist Garden - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014
The Toriarist Garden was one of the Artisan Gardens at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014.

Birmingham City Council - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014
Birmingham's display at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014 commemorates the start of WWI.

Kirstenbosch (SANBI) - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014
The Kirstenbosch (SANBI) display at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014 features a unique tribute to a national hero.

The Telegraph Garden - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014 Photos
Italy influenced The Telegraph Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014.

Positively Stoke-on-Trent - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014 Photos
Positively Stoke-on-Trent was the show garden on the large triangle plot at the end of Main Avenue at RHS Chelsea Flower Garden 2014.

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014 Photos
Enjoy these photos taken at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2014.

London Aquatics Centre - Swimming in London
The London Aquatics Centre was built for the London 2012 Olympic Games but is now open for public swimming with the best facilities in the world.

Hope On The Horizon - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014 Photos
Hope on the Horizon is the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014 show garden to support Help for Heroes.

Great Pavilion - RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014
Taylors Clematis are just one of the many displays to be seen inside The Great Pavilion at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014.

The View From The Shard London
The View From The Shard is a premium visitor attraction inside The Shard, the UK's first vertical city. Visitors can enjoy 360-degree views of the capital from 244m (800ft) above the city.

Ripley's Believe It or Not! London, England
Ripley's Believe It or Not! London opened in August 2008. It's part of a global chain of odditoriums, as these museums are called, which has 500-plus authentic, original, and unbelievable exhibits.

23/24 Leinster Gardens London W2: Facade & Dummy Houses
23/24 Leinster Gardens, London W2 are not what they first seem. They are actually dummy houses and there is literally only the front facade! A walk around the back reveals a gaping hole and a railway line. Find out more...

London Film Museum
Find out more about the London Film Museum and read my review.

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.

London Calendar of Annual Events Listed Monthly
There is always something going on in London. Find out what's happening now by clicking on the month. You will be directed to monthly events and weather guides with links to extra information about the events.

London Eye - Top 10 London Attractions
The London Eye is 135 meters high which makes it one the world's tallest observation wheels. It has 32 capsules and carries around 10,000 visitors every day. The London Eye really has to be included in a trip to London.

The Waldorf Hilton London Afternoon Tea Review
The Waldorf Hilton celebrated its centenary year in 2008 so I visited for a historical tour of the hotel followed by afternoon tea. Read my review of afternoon tea at The Waldorf Hilton London.

Victoria and Albert Museum V&A - Top 10 London Attractions
The V&A is a great museum of art and design, and holds over 3000 years worth of artifacts from many of the world's richest cultures, including the most comprehensive collection of British design and art from 1500 to 1900. There's furniture, ceramics, photography, sculpture, and much more.

Trafalgar Square - Top 10 London Attractions
Trafalgar Square was designed by John Nash in the 1820s and constructed in the 1830s. Come and marvel at Nelson's Column and the four huge lion statues. And there's so much more to see.

Tate Modern - Top 10 London Attractions
Tate Modern is the national gallery of international modern and contemporary art from 1900 onwards. The gallery opened in 2000 in a converted power station on the south bank of the Thames with an imposing position opposite St. Paul's Cathedral. Free to visit it really is worth seeing more than once.

Museum of London - Top 10 London Attractions
If you're interested in London's history then this is the place to visit. The Museum of London documents the history of London from prehistoric times right up to today. It's about Londoners as much as the city as the people have made the city what it is today

British Museum - Top 10 London Attractions
The British Museum opened in 1753 and 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.

Natural History Museum - Top 10 London Attractions
The Natural History Museum is one of the big three museums in South Kensington. It's all about discovering the natural world around us and appeals to all age groups.

Houses of Parliament - Top 10 London Attractions
The Houses of Parliament is only a short walk down Whitehall from Trafalgar Square to Parliament Square. Find out why you can't actually see Big Ben.

Tower of London - Top 10 London Attractions
The Tower of London is where the Crown Jewels are housed, which are quite spectacular. It's also where you can stand on the execution site of three English queens!

Buckingham Palace - Top 10 London Attractions
Buckingham Palace is Queen Elizabeth II's official residence, and has been the official London residence of Britain's sovereign since 1837. The State Rooms of the Palace are open to visitors during the Annual Summer Opening in August and September.

Where to Watch Football in London
Finding the right place to watch the match and have a drink in London can be a challenge so these recommendations will help.

108 Marylebone Lane Afternoon Tea in London
I've tried the Classic and the Healthy afternoon tea at 108 Marylebone Lane in London and can confirm the Healthy is gluten-free but tastes just as delicious.

British Music Experience Review - The O2 London
The British Music Experience is a permanent, high-tech, interactive music exhibition at The O2 in London. A combination of cutting edge audio-visual technology and the most coveted music memorabilia of all time makes this a great attraction for music lovers.

Should I Buy an Oystercard for My Children?
Advice on using London Underground and London transport in general when visiting London and travelling with children.

Dennis Severs' House, Spitalfields, London
Dennis Severs' House is not a museum but a private home that opens to the public as a time capsule to London's past. Find out what it's like to visit and add your comments and review too.

Trunki Children's Suitcase Review
A Trunki children's suitcase is more than just somewhere to pack the kid's holiday essentials. It looks great so the kid's love it from the start and when they get tired at the airport it's a ride-on toy and you can pull them along. Find out more in this review.

London Buses Do Not Accept Cash From July 2014
From 6 July 2014, you can no longer pay cash on a London bus. Read on to find out about the alternatives.

Brown Hart Gardens Mayfair London
Brown Hart Gardens in Mayfair London is not well-known but once you find it you will cherish it's tranquility. Only a short walk from Selfridges and Oxford Street, Brown Hart Gardens is a raised paved area used by local people, workers and visitors to Mayfair during the day for a quiet lunchtime sandwich or to read in peace.

Bank of England £50 Note - Matthew Boulton and James Watt
The Bank of England £50 note featuring Matthew Boulton and James Watt is the only to use from 30 April 2014.

Free Day Out in Central London for the Whole Family
A day in London for families with children of all ages. It starts at the British Museum and then takes in a free children's playground.

Free Family Day: The British Museum
Start this free family day out in central London at the British Museum. Page 2.

Free Family Day: Coram's Fields
Continue this free family day out with a trip to central London's free children's playground, Coram's Fields. Page 3.

Free Family Day: Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology
The next stage of this free family day out is the university museum called the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology which has an incredible amount of artifacts in a very small space. Page 4.

Free Family Day: Grant Museum of Zoology
The next stage of a great free family day out in central London is the Grant Museum of Zoology. It's a university museum full of specimen jars, like a Victorian laboratory. Page 5.

Free Family Day: Jeremy Bentham Auto-Icon
This is the next stage of a free family day our in central London. Page 6.

Free Family Day: Wellcome Collection
Thisis the last stage of a great, free family day out in central London, suitable for all ages. Page 7.

Suggested Itineraries for Days Out in Greenwich
I've put together a selection of one-day suggested itineraries for a day out in Greenwich whether you are on a budget, taking the family or have a sense of adventure.

High End Afternoon Tea in London - London Afternoon Tea Reviews
Afternoon tea in London is a wonderful tradition and I've enjoyed this pastime at many venues. These are the high end afternoon teas chosen my price with reviews to help you choose where to book.

Victoria Line Tube Platform Tile Motifs
The Victoria Line tube platform tile motifs are all different. Have a look at these photos and find out more.

Victoria Line Tube Platform Tile Motifs
The Victoria Line tube platform tile motifs are all different. Have a look at these photos and find out more.

London Canal Museum
The London Canal Museum tells the story of London's waterways and is housed in London's only remaining ice warehouse. There are two floors of displays and access to the Regent's Canal too.

Bounce London Ping Pong Review
Bounce London is a fun place to play ping pong with friends. There's a bar and restaurant and the basement venue has a cool, American Diner atmosphere. Kids are welcome in the daytime and the evenings are for the 'cool kids'.

Tyburn Convent London - Shrine of the Sacred Heart & the Tyburn Martyrs
The Tyburn Convent at Marble Arch has the Shrine to the Martyrs to remember those who died at the Tyburn gallows.

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

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

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

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

Victoria Line Station Tile Motifs - King's Cross St Pancras
The Victoria Line tube platform tile motifs are all different. Have a look at King's Cross St Pancras and find out more.

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

Victoria Line Station Tile Motifs - Highbury & Islington
The Victoria Line tube platform tile motifs are all different. Have a look at Highbury and Islington to find out more.

Best Martini in London - Where Can You Find the Best Martini in London
Finding a martini in London is not difficult but finding a good martini can mean needing to look a bit harder. Lucky for you that's just what I've done and here's where you can find the best martini in London. Of course if you don't agree add your suggestion to the list.

High End Afternoon Tea in London - London Afternoon Tea Reviews
Afternoon tea in London is a wonderful tradition and I've enjoyed this pastime at many venues. These are the high end afternoon teas chosen my price with reviews to help you choose where to book.

Best London Music Venues
London has a huge array of live music venues from back rooms in pubs to arena venues. All major music acts stop in London when on tour and many bands start their careers here, so the choice is vast!

Best Ethical Shopping in London
Ethical... fair trade... organic... green... eco... We hear these phrases regularly. And it seems shoppers are much more aware of where their goods come from and how they are made these days. I've been looking into the 'green scene' in London and have found some great shops to recommend.

London Off The Beaten Track
Find out about the more unusual places to see in London. These places have been chosen as they aren't on the general tourist routes but are all well worth a visit.

Cutty Sark - Greenwich London
Find out more about the Cutty Sark, the famous tea clipper ship in Greenwich, London, including how it got such an unusual name. Page 2.

Old Royal Naval College - Greenwich London
Find out more about the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, London, including the history of the building. Page 3.

Queen's House - Greenwich London
Find out more about the Queen's House in Greenwich, London and what a visitor can see inside. Page 4.

National Maritime Museum - Greenwich London
The National Maritime Museum in Greenwich is the world's largest maritime museum. Page 5.

Greenwich Park - London
Find out more about Greenwich Park in south London with its wonderful views across London. Page 6.

Royal Observatory Greenwich - The Prime Meridian
Find out more about the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, London including how it became the Prime Meridian of the world. Page 7.

Greenwich Market London - Greenwich Day Out
Find out more about the history of Greenwich Market, London. Page 8.

Greenwich London Day Out
Free day out in Greenwich London. Find out about the best to see and do in Greenwich, south London, where all time is measured from.

The Clink Restaurant Brixton Prison
Brixton Prison has a training restaurant open for breakfast and lunch on weekdays. You need to book in advance but it's helping reduce reoffending rates.

Esoteric London Book Review - Roger Dean
It goes without saying that a book called 'Esoteric London' is not going to show you the obvious. But the combination of new photographs and historical texts works very well.

Aldwych Station Tour - London Disused Station
Aldwych Station is probably the most well known disused tube station on the London Underground network. There are occasional opportunities to visit the station for tours organized by the London Transport Museum.

The Golden Hinde - London
The Golden Hinde is a reproduction of the ship used by Francis Drake to circumnavigate the globe in the 1500s and can be found along London's South Bank.

Big Bus Tours London Review
Big Bus Tours offers a 'hop on hop off' service around central London to show you all the sights. But is it worth it? Here's my review.

RV1 London Bus for Cheap Sightseeing in London
The RV1 London bus connects Tower of London to Covent Garden via Tower Bridge, London Bridge, Borough Market and the South Bank. This guide will help you identify the sights.

Visit The Magic Circle London - The Magic Circle Experience
I can recommend The Magic Circle Experience at The Magic Circle in London as you get a tour, learn about the society, see close-up magic, visit the museum and see a performance in their theatre. Fantastic!

Doctor Who Walking Tour of London Review - Brit Movie Tours
If you are a fan of the Doctor Who TV series you will want to know about the Brit Movies Tours Doctor Who Walking Tour of London. It's well-researched and you'll see plenty of London landmarks too.

Shoreditch Street Art Tours London Review
Shoreditch Street Art Tours lead you around the ever-changing street art landscape in east London with an expert guide who has known the scene for many years.

Fortnum & Mason - London Department Store
Fortnum and Mason was started in London over 300 years ago. It only became a department store in the 1920s and while its reputation for excellent food items and tea are well-known there are many other floors to explore.

Britain at War Experience - Winston Churchill's Britain at War Experience
Winston Churchill's Britain at War Experience is where you can find out how life was for civilians on Britain's home front during World War Two. There is a 'Blitz Experience' with sights, sounds and smells.

Sandemans New London Tours - Free London Walking Tour Review
Sandemans New London Tours offer a free, daily walking tour all year round. I tried the free 2.5 hour Royal London Tour. Find out more...

Tep Wireless Mobile Wifi Review (Formerly Fonmigo)
Tep (formerly Fonmigo) offer UK cell phone rental and mobile internet for use in the UK. I tried the mobile wifi in London and further afield and here's how I got on.

Jumeirah Carlton Tower London Afternoon Tea - More About Jumeirah Carlton Tower London Afternoon Tea
The Jumeirah Carlton Tower's Chinoiserie is a welcoming and stylish venue to escape the frantic metropolitan pace for a restorative cup of tea.

Sea Shell of Lisson Grove London Review - Fish and Chips in London
Review of the Sea Shell of Lisson Grove fish and chips shop and restaurant in London which has been around for over 30 years.

The Household Cavalry Museum London - Visitor Information
Visitor information to help you plan a trip to the Household Cavalry Museum at Horse Guards, London.

EGG Nightclub - London Nightclubs
EGG is spread over 3 floors plus a balcony terrace and central courtyard garden. The garden has a bar, garden furniture, artificial grass, and a swimming pool in the summer.

Alternative Fashion Week London
Alternative Fashion Week is the event for new designers to be discovered. It provides a genuine alternative for truly innovative designers to present their work directly to the press, the public, and the fashion industry.

Eurostar to London
Eurostar is a quick and easy way to travel between the UK and continental Europe via the Channel Tunnel. Find out about destinations from London's St. Pancras International and other important information such as where to buy tickets and how to check-in.

UK Duty Free Custom Regulations and Visas
Information on UK Duty Free customs regulations and visa requirements for entry at London, England.

Tower of London - History and Introduction
The Tower of London is a 'must see' for any visitor to the capital. Find out all you need to know to plan a trip to the Tower of London.

Crown Jewels at the Tower of London
The Crown Jewels are housed at the Tower of London and are a priceless collection including the largest top-quality cut diamond in the world. Page 10.

Tower of London Opening Hours
Before visiting the Tower of London do check this opening hours information. Page 2.

How To Get To the Tower of London
When planning a trip to the Tower of London you need to know how to get there by public transport options and all of the options are here. Page 3.

Tower of London Tickets
Find out where to buy tickets for the Tower of London including suggestions on ways to save money. Page 4.

Tower of London Visitor Facilities
The Tower of London has plenty of gift shops and an excellent dining area. Find out more about visitor facilities at the Tower of London. Page 5.

Tower of London Audio Tours and Guidebook
The Tower of London has four audio tours in a wide choice of languages. Find out about these audio tours and the recommended guidebook. Page 6.

Family Activities at the Tower of London
The Tower of London is a great day out for all of the family. Find out more about the family activities at the Tower of London. Page 7.

Tower of London Disabled Visitor Information
The Tower of London is not a modern building so guests who need to check access details should see this page of disabled visitor access information. Page 8.

Unlimited Access to Historic Royal Palaces
Find out about HRP membership which offers Unlimited access to Historic Royal Palaces locations, including the Tower of London. Page 9.

How To Book a London 2012 Olympic Park Tour
Find out how to book a tour of the London 2012 Olympic Park and gain access to one of the most secure building sites in the UK.

The London Dungeon Visitor Information
The London Dungeon calls itself

Windsor Castle - Enjoy these photos of Windsor Castle
Enjoy these photos of Windsor Castle. Windsor Castle is easily accessible from London. Either take a train from Paddington or book a coach tour to see around the Queen's preferred family home.

London Fire Brigade Museum
The London Fire Brigade Museum has many firefighting engines to see and lots of other equipment and history about firefighting in London. Well worth a visit.

Sanderson London Mad Hatter's Afternoon Tea Review
The Mad Hatter's Afternoon Tea at Sanderson Hotel in central London is in collaboration with design collective Luna & Curious and is a wonderfully inspired and quirky tea. Find out more...

Goodlife Centre London - DIY & Home Improvement Courses
The Goodlife Centre opened in Waterloo in 2011 and offers a wide range of home improvement and interior project courses. I tried DIY in a Day and learned so much I'd definitely recommend it.

18 Stafford Terrace - Linley Sambourne's Kensington House London
18 Stafford House is the Kensington home of Linley Sambourne, the Punch cartoonist. The home is decorated in full Victorian fashionable aesthetic style and is a wonderful time capsule open to the public.

ME London Hotel Review
ME London is the flagship property of the ME by Meliá group on the site of the original London home of BBC radio. The hotel was fully designed by Foster + Partners and is minimalist luxury.

Egerton House Hotel London Afternoon Tea Review
Egerton House Hotel is in Knightsbridge, close to Harrods, and has a lovely afternoon tea which includes flowering teas.

One Aldwych London Afternoon Tea Review
One Aldwych are the official partner of the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Musical in London and have an afternoon tea inspired by the show.

Amy Winehouse Exhibition - Jewish Museum London
This Amy Winehouse exhibition at The Jewish Museum in Camden, London, looks at the singer's family life and her Jewish roots.

Royal Albert Hall Family Victorian Experience Tour Review London
The Royal Albert Hall is an iconic building and this family tour whisks you back to its Victorian opening and explains the venue for the whole family.

Holland Park London
Holland Park in west London is a peaceful park with a popular Japanese garden and peacocks.

Poster Art 150 - London Transport Museum Exhibition 2013
Poster Art 150 – London Underground's Greatest Designs at the London Transport Museum has 150 of the best Underground posters celebrating London and the transport network.

Ice Age Art - British Museum - Exhibition Review
Ice Age Art is at the British Museum from 7 February to 26 May 2013.

Banqueting House London
Banqueting House on Whitehall in London is famous for its Rubens ceiling and for being the site of the execution of King Charles I.

Fate, Hope & Charity - Foundling Museum Tokens Exhibition 2013
'Fate, Hope & Charity' looks at the tokens parents left with their children at the Foundling Hospital and uncovers stories that are a testament to the grief of separation.

Comptoir Libanais Soho London Review
Comptoir Libanais has branches across London and is all about affordable, simple home-style Lebanese dishes. Everything is fresh and feels healthy. I tried the Soho branch when it opened.

Tube London by Rebecca Sams Book Review
Tube London by Rebecca Sams looks at all of the zone 1 tube stations and explores the history of the area.

Landmark London Hotel Afternoon Review
Afternoon tea is held in the stunning Winter Garden at The Landmark London Hotel. This five star luxury hotel has one of the best afternoon teas in London.

St Ermin's Hotel London Afternoon Tea Review
St Ermin's Hotel in St James's Park London serves afternoon tea daily in The Library. This refurbished Victorian hotel is well worth a visit.

M8 Your Local Mate - Telmap App Review
The M8 Your Local Mate smartphone app incorporates navigation technology with local recommendations powered by leading review sites such as Yelp and TripAdvisor.

House of Wolf Experimental Dining in London
I went to House of Wolf to try the experimental dining in a former Victorian music hall.

Bond & Brook Fenwicks London Afternoon Tea Review
Bond & Brook is the restaurant on the second floor of Fenwicks of Bond Street. It's a fashionable location for daytime glamorous dining. Afternoon tea is recommended.

London Garden Book A-Z by Abigail Willis - Book Review
Book review of The London Garden Book by Abigail Willis which explores gardens and gardening in London.

Conkers in London
Conkers are the seeds from a horse chestnut tree which fall in September and October. Discover where to find them in London and how to play a game of conkers.

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.

Stitch London Knitting Book Review
Review of the Stitch London knitting book which includes knitting patterns to create a 'Baby Big Ben' and a 'Tiny Tower Bridge' as well as a free kit of create Cooey the Pigeon.

Citadines London - Serviced London Apartments
Citadines has four properties in London. They offer a real alternative to a hotel stay as they are Apart-Hotels - the best of both worlds.

Pavilion Hotel London Review - Pavilion Fashion Rock and Roll Hotel London
The Pavilion Hotel is a hip boutique hotel in central London which offers low room rates yet the rooms are anything but standard. Each room has a name, not a number, and is themed with amazing theatrical interior design. Read this review to find out more.

Hotel Indigo Paddington London Review
Hotel Indigo Paddington is a boutique, townhouse hotel almost opposite Paddington train station so perfect when coming in on the Heathrow Express.

Staybridge Suites London Stratford City
Find out more about Staybridge Suites London Stratford City which overlooks the London 2012 Olympic Park. The hotel offers spacious apartment-style living with modern amenities and hotel services.

BODY WORLDS & The Mirror of Time - The O2 London
BODY WORLDS & The Mirror of Time is the third and latest installment of the groundbreaking anatomical exhibitions by Dr. Gunther von Hagens, and features the human life cycle and aging. The exhibit shows the complexity, resilience, and vulnerability of the human body through anatomical studies of the body in distress, disease, and optimal health.

Hilton London Heathrow Airport Hotel Photos and Review
The Hilton Heathrow is definitely not a budget hotel but check the special offers and you may get a good deal, especially for bookings starting on a Friday night. The appeal of it over other airport hotels is that you can walk there from Heathrow’s Terminal 4 (or dial up a golf-cart ride if you have mobility difficulties) so it’s convenient if you’re in London for a short stay or stopping en route.

Central YMCA London - Swimming Pools in Central London
There's a 25 meter pool and a poolside sauna and steam room at the Central YMCA in London.

Golden Lane Sport & Fitness - Swimming Pools in Central London
The Golden Lane Sport & Fitness has a stunning refurbished swimming pool.

Ironmonger Row Baths - Swimming Pools in Central London
The Ironmonger Row Baths has a refurbished swimming pool as well as Turkish Baths.

Kentish Town Sports Centre - Swimming Pools in Central London
The Kentish Town Sports Centre has a stunning swimming pool with a glass roof.

L A Fitness Waldorf - Swimming Pools in Central London
Under the Waldorf Hilton hotel in London there's a swimming pool and the LA Fitness gym.

Marshall Street Leisure Centre - Swimming Pools in Central London
The Marshall Street Leisure Centre has a stunning restored swimming pool and is just off Carnaby Street in the center of London.

Porchester Centre - Swimming Pools in Central London
The Porchester Centre in Bayswater has a Grade II listed swimming pool with many original features.

Queen Mother Sports Centre - Swimming Pools in Central London
Close to Victoria station, The Queen Mother Sports Centre has three swimming pools.

Seymour Leisure Centre - Swimming Pools in Central London
The Seymour Leisure Centre has a 30 meter swimming pool.

Adventure Day out in Greenwich - Thames Clipper
If you want more of an adventure in Greenwich than just museums this is the itinerary for you. Start with a boat trip on the Thames Clipper from central London.

Adventure Day out in Greenwich - Cutty Sark
The Cutty Sark provides a great adventure location in Greenwich for this fun day out. Page 2.

Adventure Day out in Greenwich - Roll Down Greenwich Hill
Greenwich Hill has a fantastic slope for rolling down. Why resist just because you're grown up? Enjoy this free fun on this adventure day out in Greenwich. Page 3.

Adventure Day out in Greenwich - Up at The O2
Up at The O2 is a true adventure as you get to climb over The O2. Fantastic inclusion for this adventure day out in Greenwich. Page 4.

Adventure Day out in Greenwich - London Cable Car
This may seem like the calm way to travel after the last stop but the Emirates Air Line is London's cable car across the river Thames and worth doing at the end of this adventure day out in Greenwich. Page 5.

Fashion Rules Exhibition - Kensington Palace London
The Fashion Rules exhibition at Kensington Palace has dresses worn by Diana, Princess of Wales, Princess Margaret and Queen Elizabeth II.

Fashion Rules Exhibition - Kensington Palace London
The Fashion Rules exhibition at Kensington Palace has dresses worn by Diana, Princess of Wales, Princess Margaret and Queen Elizabeth II. Page 2.

Fashion Rules Exhibition - Kensington Palace London
The Fashion Rules exhibition at Kensington Palace has dresses worn by Diana, Princess of Wales, Princess Margaret and Queen Elizabeth II. Page 3.

Fashion Rules Exhibition - Kensington Palace London
The Fashion Rules exhibition at Kensington Palace has dresses worn by Diana, Princess of Wales, Princess Margaret and Queen Elizabeth II. Page 4.

Waterloo & City Line - London Transport Day Out
The Waterloo & City line on the London Underground network has no stops and simply connects the South Bank to the City. Take a ride on this short line as part of a London Transport-themed day out. Page 10.

Ride a Routemaster, London Transport Day Out
There are still some old Routemaster double decker buses running in London on heritage routes. Here's how to enjoy a ride on a Routemaster as part of a London Transport-themed day out. Page 2.

Views From The No.15 Bus - London Transport Day Out
The no.15 London bus has some iconic views along its relatively short route. Page 3.

Tower Hill Playground - London Transport Day Out
As part of a London Transport-themed day out take the family to this free playground opposite the Tower of London. Page 4.

Tower Gateway DLR Station - London Transport Day Out
Join the DLR (Docklands Light Railway) at Tower Gateway station for this London Transport-themed day out. Page 5.

DLR - London Transport Day Out
It's always fun to pretend to drive a DLR train so it had to be included in this London Transport-themed day out. Page 6.

The Crystal - London Transport Day Out
The Crystal in London's Docklands is free to visit and is all about

London Cable Car - London Transport Day Out
No London Transport-themed day out should be without a trip over the river Thames on the Emirates Air Line - better known as London's cable car. Page 8.

Thames Clipper - London Transport Day Out
Thames Clipper are the commuter boats on the river Thames and are included in this London Transport-themed day out. Page 9.

London Public Transport Day for Families and All
London transport is more than just the London Underground. Enjoy this London transport themed day out with family or friends.

Up at The O2 - Climb Over The O2 Arena in London
A new attraction opened at The O2 in Greenwich, London in June 2012 - a climb over the top of the O2 Arena! It's safe and exhilarating and worth it for the views at the summit.

Up at The O2 - Safety Equipment for the Climb
Up at The O2 means a 52m climb over the roof of The O2 but safety is important so find out about the safety equipment provided and rules to follow. Page 2.

The Summit at Up at The O2
At the top of Up at The O2 there is an observation platform where you can move around freely and take photos of the views including Canary Wharf and Royal Maritime Greenwich. Page 3.

Up at the O2 Booking Information
Find out how to book Up at The O2, including how to get a discount and the restrictions. Page 4.

Shrek The Musical London
Photos and review of Shrek The Musical in London.

Shrek The Musical London
Photos and review of Shrek The Musical in London. Page 2.

Shrek The Musical London
Photos and review of Shrek The Musical in London. Page 3.

Shrek the Musical London
Photos and review of Shrek The Musical in London. Page 4.

Shrek the Musical London
Photos and review of Shrek The Musical in London. Page 5.

Fitness First London - Tottenham Court Road - Swimming Pools in Central London
Fitness First have two central London swimming pools that can be used by non-members.

Goalball - Paralympic Sport - London 2012 Olympics
Goalball is a team sport for blind athletes played with a ball with a bell. It is a popular paralympic sport and is played competitively in more than 100 countries.

Tavistock Hotel - Cheap London Hotels
Tavistock Hotel is in a great location; Bloomsbury is the literary heart of London and where you’ll find the British Museum. Tavistock Hotel has an art deco entrance and 343 rooms. Some rooms overlook private gardens. There is a ground floor bar and well-priced restaurant. Free wireless internet service is available in the lobby.

History of The Landmark London Hotel
The Landmark London is is one of the last of the great Victorian railway hotels. Find out more about the history of this fascinating building. Page 2.

The London Landmark Hotel
This luxury five star hotel opened in 1899 as a grand Victorian railway hotel.

Service at The Landmark London Hotel - Review & Photos
Service at The Landmark London hotel is some of the best I've found in London hotels. Find out more... Page 7.

Winter Garden at The Landmark London Hotel - Review & Photos
The Landmark London is a luxurious five star London hotel with a stunning central atrium with a high glass roof called the Winter Garden. This space is used for dining and many guest rooms get this delightful view. Page 3.

The Landmark London Hotel Review & Photos
The Landmark London is a luxurious five star London hotel with a stunning central atrium with a high glass roof called the Winter Garden. This space is used for dining and many guest rooms get this delightful view.

Harry Potter Film Locations in London - Grimmauld Place
There are many Harry Potter film locations in London and this gallery should help you identify some of them including Grimmauld Place. Page 9.

Harry Potter Film Locations in London - King's Cross Station
There are many Harry Potter film locations in London and this gallery should help you identify some of them including the entrance to Platform 9 3/4 at King's Cross Station. Page 4.

Harry Potter Film Locations in London - Leaky Cauldron - Leadenhall Market
There are many Harry Potter film locations in London and this gallery should help you identify some of them including the entrance to the Leaky Cauldron in Leadenhall Market.

Harry Potter Film Locations in London - Platform 9 3/4 - King's Cross Station
There are many Harry Potter film locations in London and this gallery should help you identify some of them including platform 9 3/4 at King's Cross Station. Page 13.

Harry Potter Film Locations in London
There are many Harry Potter film locations in London and this gallery should help you identify some of them.

Harry Potter Film Locations in London
There are many Harry Potter film locations in London and this gallery should help you identify some of them.

Harry Potter Film Locations in London - Australia House
There are many Harry Potter film locations in London and this gallery should help you identify some of them including Australia House. Page 7.

Harry Potter Film Locations in London - Lambeth Bridge
There are many Harry Potter film locations in London and this gallery should help you identify some of them including Lambeth Bridge. Page 8.

Harry Potter Film Locations in London - Leadenhall Market
There are many Harry Potter film locations in London and this gallery should help you identify some of them including Leadenhall Market as Diagon Alley. Page 2.

Harry Potter Film Locations in London - Lincoln's Inn Fields
There are many Harry Potter film locations in London and this gallery should help you identify some of them including Lincoln's Inn Fields. Page 14.

Harry Potter Film Locations in London - Ministry of Magic Entrance
There are many Harry Potter film locations in London and this gallery should help you identify some of them including the Ministry of Magic entrance. Page 5.

Harry Potter Film Locations in London - St Pancras Renaissance Hotel
There are many Harry Potter film locations in London and this gallery should help you identify some of them including the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel. Page 3.

Harry Potter Film Locations in London - Westminster Tube Station
There are many Harry Potter film locations in London and this gallery should help you identify some of them including Westminster Tube Station. Page 6.

Harry Potter Film Locations in London - Leaky Cauldron - Stoney Street, Borough Market
There are many Harry Potter film locations in London and this gallery should help you identify some of them including the Leaky Cauldron at Borough Market. Page 10.

Harry Potter Film Locations in London - Reptile House at London Zoo
There are many Harry Potter film locations in London and this gallery should help you identify some of them including the Reptile House at London Zoo. Page 11.

Harry Potter Film Locations in London - Millennium Bridge
There are many Harry Potter film locations in London and this gallery should help you identify some of them including the Millennium Bridge. Page 12.

Museum of London Modern Gallery Photos: Blackett Doll's House, 1759
Blackett Doll's House, c.1760 © Museum of London: This elaborate doll’s house or ‘baby house’ with original fixtures and fittings was designed for adults to enjoy. It belonged to the Blackett family whose wealth came from coal and lead mining interests in Northumberland and County Durham. It may have been a present from Sir John Blackett to his wife on the birth of their first son. The wallpapers in the bedroom, dining room and drawing room are spectacular.

Museum of London Modern Galleries: Charles Booth’s Map Descriptive of London Poverty, 1889 - 1891
Charles Booth's Map Descriptive of London Poverty, 1889 - 1891: Charles Booth's survey was an ambitious attempt to assess the scale of poverty in London. Whereas artists and writers painted emotionally charged pictures of the poor, Booth wanted to map poverty scientifically. The map provides an extraordinary snapshot of London at the end of the 19th century and reveals how up to one third of Londoners lived in poverty with rich and poor living in separate areas. Page 5.

Museum of London Modern Galleries Photos: Lord Mayor's Coach
City Gallery © Museum of London: The City Gallery is a brand new space with huge street level glass windows looking out onto London Wall. It is the new home for the spectacular Lord Mayor’s Coach, which will be visible from the street for the first time. The gallery will look at the traditions and ceremonies of the City as well as the people who live, work and study here today. Page 12.

Museum of London Modern Galleries Photos
This beautiful, bronze lift was installed in Selfridges in 1928. By the 1920s Selfridges was the most glamorous department store in London, attracting millions of shoppers a year and boasting the longest shop front in the world. American shopping magnate Gordon Selfridge had opened his Oxford Street store in 1909, amazing Londoners with a series of in-store events and spectacular window decorations. Among Selfridges’ novelties were the uniformed young women who operated these lifts. Page 8.

Museum of London Modern Galleries Photos
Stanley Green was born in Tottenham in 1915. After his mother’s death in 1967 Stanley began his campaign against eating protein. This photograph was taken on Oxford Street, where he travelled every day from his council flat in Ealing to spread the word about ‘Protein Wisdom’. He believed that too much protein caused uncontrollable sexual passions, disorder and unhappiness. ‘Protein Man’ became a famous London sight, much filmed by foreign media as an example of British eccentricity. Page 10.

Doedicurus - Find Out More About The Doedicurus
Meaning: Pestle tailPronunciation: Dee-Dik-Yoo-RussTime Range: 2 million – 15,000 years agoDietary Type: HerbivorousSize and weight: 4 metres long, 1.5 tonnesClosest living relative: ArmadilloLooks like an armadillo but is the size of a small car. The most heavily armoured animal ever–you'd be lucky to dent it with a sledge hammer.Its tail is a vicious weapon, a giant spiked club of solid bone used for clobbering predators or each other–which comes in handy during the mating season

Macrauchenia - Find Out More About The Macrauchenia
MacraucheniaMeaning: Long LlamaPronunciation: Mak-Raw-Kee-Nee-AhTime Range: 7 million – 20,000 years agoDietary Type: Herbivorous – browsed on treesSize and weight: 1.5 metres, 250 kgClosest living relative: Died outImagine an animal that looks like a horse with camel's fur and a floppy snout – the length of a Wellington boot. Not blessed with the fastest four legs or the smartest brain, Macrauchenia often end up as a tasty meal for the Smilodon. Page 2.

Megatherium - Find Out More About The Megatherium
Meaning: Giant beastPronunciation: Meg-Ah-Theer-Eee-UmTime Range: 1.9million – 8,000 years agoDietary Type: HerbivorousSize and weight: 6m long; 3.8 tonnesClosest living relative: Tree SlothImagine a bear like creature so big it could rest its chin on top of a double-decker bus. Skin like chain mail and claws the size of daggers – even the Smilodon steers clear of this laid-back vegetarian. Page 3.

Phorusrhacos - Find Out More About The Phorusrhacos
PhorusrhacosMeaning: Rag bearerPronunciation: For-Uss-Rah-KussTime Range: 27 million – 15,000 years agoDietary Type: Carnivorous – small mammalsSize and weight: 2.5 metres; 150kgClosest living relative: Seriena birdsThe last of the 'terror birds', Phorusrhacos has razor sharp talons and a hooked beak large enough to swallow a cat whole. Not willing to risk confrontation with the sabre-toothed Smilodon, however, she is often a scavenger, picking at leftover carcasses. Page 4.

Smilodon - Find Out More About The Smilodon
SmilodonMeaning: Knife ToothPronunciation: SMY-loh-donTime Range: 1.5 – 0.1 million years agoDietary Type: Carnivorous – large grazing or browsing animalsSize and weight: 2.5 metres long 240kgClosest living relative: CatsTheir teeth maybe the size of carving knifes but Smilodon can't bite whilst the prey is struggling for fear of breaking their teeth. So if you even find yourself up against a sabre-tooth – keep wriggling. Page 5.

Woolly Mammoth - Find Out More About The Woolly Mammoth
Woolly MammothMeaning: Earth MoleTime Range: 139,000 – 19,000 years agoDietary Type: HerbivorousSize and weight: 3 metres tall; 6 tonnesClosest living relative: ElephantSuch is the bond between the caring, sharing Mammoths that if one of the herd is dying they will all risk their own lives to stay behind and comfort the wounded animal. This compassion helps see the Mammoths through on the long journey south to escape the harsh climate during the Ice Age. Page 6.

Kew Gardens Introduction
Kew Garden visitor information including how to get there, what to see, when to go, plus plenty of visitor tips.

Xstrata Treetop Walkway at Kew Gardens London
The Xtrata Treetop Walkway at Kew Gardens opened in May 2008 and at 18 meters high, it offers visitors the chance to explore the tree canopy and see magnificent views across London. Page 10.

How to Get To Kew
How to get to Kew Gardens by public transport. Page 2.

Planning Your Trip to Kew Gardens
All you need to help you plan your trip to Kew Gardens including what to wear and when to visit. Page 3.

Kew Gardens Opening Times
Seasonal opening times for Kew Gardens, London. Page 4.

Kew Gardens Ticket Information
Ticket information for Kew Gardens, London. Page 5.

Kew Gardens Shopping and Eating
Information on shopping and eating at Kew Gardens, London. Page 6.

Visiting Kew Gardens With Children
All you need to know to plan a trip to Kew Gardens in London with children. Page 7.

Kew Gardens Highlights
Highlights of what you can expect to see on a trip to Kew Gardens in London. Page 8.

Kew Gardens Visitor Tips
Lots of tips to help you enjoy your visit to Kew Gardens in London. Page 9.

Buckingham Palace - Royal London - Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace is Queen Elizabeth II's official residence, and has been the official London residence of Britain's sovereign since 1837. The State Rooms of the Palace are open to visitors during the Annual Summer Opening in August and September.

Changing of the Guard - Royal London - Changing of the Guard
No visit to London is complete without seeing this military tradition. Changing of the Guard takes place in the Forecourt of Buckingham Palace every day in the summer and every other day in the winter. Page 2.

Tower of London - Royal London - Tower of London
The Tower of London is where the Crown Jewels are housed, which are quite spectacular. It's also where you can stand on the execution site of three English queens! Page 3.

Queen's Gallery - Royal London - Queen's Gallery
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. Page 7.

Kensington Palace - Royal London - Kensington Palace
Kensington Palace underwent a multi-million pound renovation that was completed in 2012. Diana, Princess of Wales had an apartment in the north-west of Kensington Palace from 1981 to 1997 and members of the royal family still live here today. William and Kate will move in to the palace in 2013. Page 4.

Hampton Court Palace - Royal London - Hampton Court Palace
Hampton Court Palace was a royal residence from the 1520s when King Henry VIII took over its development from Cardinal Wolsey. Its many royal occupants have ensured the palace has stunning furnishings, tapestries, and paintings. Page 5.

Royal Mews - Royal London - Royal Mews
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. Page 6.

Ripley's Believe It or Not! London: Giant T-Rex
Ripley's Believe It or Not! London: Giant T-Rex

Ripley's Believe It or Not! London: Man Eating Face
Ripley's Believe It or Not! London: Man Eating Face. Page 4.

Ripley's Believe It or Not! London: Marilyn Monroe Gallery
Ripley's Believe It or Not! London: Marilyn Monroe Gallery. Page 8.

Ripley's Believe It or Not! London: Marilyn Monroe's Hand-knitted Cardigan
Ripley's Believe It or Not! London: Marilyn Monroe's Hand-knitted Cardigan. Page 7.

Ripley's Believe It or Not! in London: Siamese Cow with two heads and multiple limbs
Ripley's Believe It or Not! in London: Siamese Cow with two heads and multiple limbs. Page 5.

Swarovski-Covered Crystal Mini Cooper worth £500,000 at Ripley's Believe It or Not! in London
Swarovski-Covered Crystal Mini Cooper worth £500,000 at Ripley's Believe It or Not! in London. Page 3.

Ripley's Believe It or Not! London: Junk Duck
Ripley's Believe It or Not! London: Junk Duck. Page 6.

Ripley's Believe It or Not! London: Two-headed Calf
Ripley's Believe It or Not! London: Two-headed Calf. Page 2.

Ripley's Believe It or Not! London Photos
Photos of the weird and wonderful exhibits at Ripley's Believe It or Not! London.

Tate Britain London Visitor Information - All You Need to Know About Tate Britain in London
Tate Britain is the national gallery of British art from 1500 to today. The 'BP Walk Through British Art' offers a chronological route from 1545 to today.

Getting to Tate Britain - Tate Britain Directions - How To Get to Tate Britain London
Address and directions to Tate Britain in London. Page 2.

Tate Britain Opening Hours
Tate Britain opening hours. London Travel. Page 3.

Tate Britain Ticket Information
Information on buying tickets for special exhibitions at Tate Britain in London. Page 4.

Tate Britain Visitor Facilities - Tate Britain London
Visitor facilities information for Tate Britain. Page 5.

Tate Britain Access
Disabled access information for Tate Britain in London. Page 6.

Tate Britain Audio Tours & Guided Tours
Details about the audio tours and guided tours at Tate Britain in London. Page 7.

Tate Britain Family Activities
Tate Britain offers a range of activities for children and adults to explore together. Page 8.

JMW Turner at Tate Britain London - Turner at Tate Britain
Tate Britain is the national gallery of British art from 1500 to today. Each room is organized around a theme. Displays change regularly. Page 9.

Shaka Zulu London Restaurant Review
Shaka Zulu is a huge underground South African restaurant in Camden Town that needs to be seen to be believed. It's on two levels and offers bars, dining, DJs and dancing. Here's my review.

Borough Market - London's Foodie Market
Borough Market near London Bridge station is London's foodie market. It's a mecca for all who love quality produce, often directly from the farmers and producers.

SCOTTEVEST Women's Trench Coat Review
I tried a SCOTTEVEST woman's trench coat to review in London to see if the amazing amount of pockets would make this jacket great for visitors to London, travelers, and for everyday use.

Jo Malone - London Perfume Shops - Jo Malone
The first Jo Malone store opened on Walton Street London in 1994, selling a capsule Skin Care collection, nine personal fragrances and a selection of delicious scented candles. In 1999, Jo Malone moved to a larger store on Sloane Street which is now their flagship store.

Boxwood Cafe Review - Gordon Ramsey London Restaurant - Boxwood Cafe Review
Boxwood Cafe is a Gordon Ramsey restaurant attached to The Berkeley hotel in Knightsbridge. Does it live up to the hype? Read my review.

The Sampler - London Wine Merchant - London Wine Tasting - The Sampler
The Sampler is an award-winning independent wine merchant where you can try 80 wines from wine vending machines before choosing from the 1,000 wines in stock.

Rippon Cheese Stores Pimlico London - Rippon Cheese Stores
Rippon Cheese Stores in Pimlico, London is a wholesale and retail specialist cheese supplier. There are over 500 cheeses available and it's an incredible place to visit for a cheese lover.

Inamo Restaurant Review - London Soho - Inamo Restaurant Review
Inamo is a pan-Asian restaurant and bar in Soho, London, featuring virtual menus that are projected onto your table. You place your order directly from your table to the kitchen and can then watch it all being prepared on 'chef cam'!

Inamo Restaurant Review - London St James - Inamo Restaurant Review
Inamo is a pan-Asian restaurant and bar in St James, London, featuring virtual menus that are projected onto your table. You place your order directly from your table to the kitchen and can then watch it all being prepared on 'chef cam'!

Fire and Stone Pizza Covent Garden Review - Fire and Stone Review
Review of the Covent Garden branch of Fire & Stone, a chain of pizza restaurants.

Alexander Rodchenko: Revolution in Photography - Hayward Gallery London - 7 February - 27 April 2008
Alexander Rodchenko: Revolution in Photography, The Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre, London

Henry Moore 2010 Exhibition Review - Tate Britain Henry Moore Exhibition Review
Review of the Henry Moore 2010 exhibition at Tate Britain.

Rise: London United Festival 2006 - Review of Rise: London United Festival 2006
A review of the Rise: London United Festival on Saturday 8 July 2006. With top names bands such as the Buzzcocks, and eight stages offering music from around the world, what did your London for Visitors About Guide think of the event?

Monkey: Journey to the West at The O2 London
Featuring a cast of over 40 Chinese performers including acrobats, silk dancers, contortionists, volcano soldiers, skeleton demons, a Mongolian Kung Fu pig and a singing starfish. Monkey: Journey to The West tells the story of Monkey's quest for redemption and enlightenment as he accompanies the monk Tripitaka to bring the sacred Buddhist scrolls back from India.

London Wetland Centre Review
The London Wetland Centre offers the opportunity to see rare birds and flora found in wetland areas around the world. This is a review from a visit in August 2006.

Royal Vauxhall Tavern London - Royal Vauxhall Tavern
The Royal Vauxhall Tavern was built in 1863 and was popular with the local working class community. It showed variety acts and cabaret then, and still does now, although it also has a strong affinity with the London GLBT community. All are welcome and the acts are diverse including stand-up comedy, indie bands, burlesque and 80s pop.

Kensington Roof Gardens London
Kensington Roof Gardens is London's equivalent of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. In the unlikely location 100ft above street level, on top of a department store building in the busy Kensington shopping area, you'll find a Spanish garden, a Tudor garden, an English woodland garden and resident flamingos!

Montague on the Gardens London Hotel - 4 Star London Hotel
Montague on the Gardens is a 4 star boutique London hotel in Bloomsbury, next to the British Museum. This Georgian townhouse hotel has the ambiance of a country hotel but is on a London side street. Enjoy al fresco dining on The Terrace with barbecues and spit roasts.

Strand Palace Hotel London
The Strand Palace Hotel is a great central London location close to Trafalgar Square. It has a fascinating history over the past 100 years and today the Strand Palace Hotel has benefited from a multi-million pound enhancement program.

Somerset House Free Guided Tour - London's Somerset House Free Guided Tour Review
Somerset House, London's 18th century neoclassical palace, offers free guided tours on the first Saturday of the month.

Le Meridien Piccadilly Hot Chocolate - Longitude 0°8' Bar Hot Chocolate
Longitude 0°8', the bar at Le Meridien Piccadilly, serves hot chocolate all year round. They use three types of Godiva chocolate and offer nineteen flavorings which are brought to your table for you to smell and add yourself.

La Perla Mexican Restaurant and Bar in London - La Perla Review
Review of La Perla, a Mexican restaurant in Covent Garden, central London.

Hadrian British Museum - Hadrian Empire and Conflict at British Museum London
Find out about the Hadrian Empire and Conflict exhibition at the British Museum from 24 July to 26 October 2008.

Albion Cafe - Conran London - Albion Cafe Shoreditch London
Review of The Albion, the latest Conran opening in Shoreditch where British food and drink is served and main meals are under £10 and perfect cupcakes from the bakery are under £1.

Yog Frozen Yogurt Review - Charlotte Street London - Yog Frozen Yogurt Review
Yog frozen yogurt store on Charlotte Street, London W1 offers yogurt as a superfood with a wide range range of toppings. Read on for an honest review.

Swissotel The Howard - London Luxury Hotel - CLOSED
Swissotel The Howard is a five star London hotel situated on the River Thames, with panoramic views of Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Tower Bridge and St Paul's Cathedral.

The Savoy Hotel London
The Savoy Hotel in London is a landmark overlooking the River Thames that reopened on 10.10.10 after nearly three years closure and the most ambitious restoration in British history. Pierre Yves Rochon led the restoration project that aimed to revitalize the hotel's core Art Deco style while infusing a modern touch and the integration of state-of-the-art facilities.

The Goring Hotel London - Luxury London Hotel
The Goring celebrated its centenary in 2010 and is the only 5 star hotel in London that is still owned and run by the family that built it.

London Brass Rubbing Centre - Find Out More
On the east side of Trafalgar Square is St. Martin-in-the-Fields and in the Crypt (basement) is a wonderful cafe, a shop, and The London Brass Rubbing Centre where you can try this old English pastime and create your own artwork to take home.

My Little Eye Gallery London - Willard Wigan Micro-Sculptures - My Little Eye Gallery
My Little Eye Gallery is a permanent gallery of Willard Wigan's amazing micro-sculptures. You have never seen anything so small. All must be viewed under a microscope as they fit inside the eye of a needle or on a pin head! But the figures aren't a blur, they are detailed people, animals, and buildings.

Royal Institution London - What To See at The Royal Institution London
It's free to visit so find what to see at the Royal Institution in London.

Discover Greenwich Visitor Centre - Greenwich London
Discover Greenwich Visitor Centre is a new permanent exhibition, Tourist Information Centre, Brewery cafe, and learning center. Opened in 2010, Discover Greenwich is housed in the Pepys Building of the Old Royal Naval College and is the first building you see from Greenwich Pier.

Kings Place Music & Arts Venue - King's Cross London
Kings Place opened in October 2008. The ground floor has an art gallery - dedicated to sculpture, next to the main entrance; cafes and restaurants, plus a waterside terrace. It's not a view you expect in King's Cross - canal barges moored in Battlebridge Basin.

Jurassic Encounter Adventure Golf in London
Jurassic Encounter is the first adventure golf experience to launch in easy reach of London and the South East. Adventure golf is for complete novices and those who know the game well. A fun day out.

Laughing in a Foreign Language The Hayward Gallery London 25 January - 13 April 2008
Review of 'Laughing in a Foreign Language' exhibition at The Hayward, Southbank Centre, London in 2008.

John Lewis Oxford Street - London Department Stores
John Lewis is known for its keen pricing (

Roald Dahl Museum & Story Centre - Visitor Info & Review
The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre in Great Missenden celebrates the life of this great children's author. Find out all you need to know to plan a visit or leave a review if you have visited already.

Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art London - Estorick Collection London
The Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art opened in London in 1998 in a restored Grade II listed Georgian building, and contains six galleries, an art library, cafe and bookshop. The Collection is known internationally for its core of Futurist works, as well as figurative art and sculpture dating from 1890 to the 1950s.

Jewish Museum London - London Museums - Jewish Museum London
Find out more about the Jewish Museum in London which reopened in 2010 after a £10 million transformation.

Courtauld Gallery London - Somerset House Courtauld Gallery London
The Courtauld Gallery is displayed in Somerset House in London; a stunning 18th century Neoclassical palace. The Courtauld Gallery's art collection covers the 14th century up to today.

RAF Museum London - Royal Air Force Museum - RAF museum London
The Royal Air Force Museum is in northwest London and is always free to visit. It's located on an Aerodrome and is the only London attraction to house over 100 aircraft from around the world. There's a 3D cinema and interactive and fun activities making this a great day out for all of the family.

Kensington Hotel Afternoon Tea Review - London Afternoon Tea
The Kensington Hotel is a short walk from the South Kensington museums but it feels like a world away in the peaceful Drawing Room, by the roaring fire, enjoying a stunning afternoon tea.

International Directory Enquiries from the UK
You are in the UK but have forgotten a telephone number. You need to call international directory enquiries but what's the number? Find out here.

Barlow House Sign - St Pancras Renaissance Hotel London
Barlow House is the modern extension at St Pancras Renaissance Hotel London and has the majority of the hotel guest rooms. I can see this sign by the lift/elevator causing some problems for guests trying to find their room. Page 12.

Booking Office Bar & Restaurant - St Pancras Renaissance Hotel London
The Booking Office Bar & Restaurant at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel London serves Victorian cocktails in a stunning venue that looks out onto the Eurostar arrivals in St Pancras International. Page 4.

Chambers Suite Bathroom - St Pancras Renaissance Hotel London
The historic building at St Pancras Renaissance Hotel London has 38 Victorian 'chamber suites' with period features such as high ceilings and tall windows, and access to the exclusive ground floor Chambers Club serving drinks and light meals around the clock. Page 8.