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  • Starting a new chapter!

    Starting something new Starting a new chapter in life is always scary I think! It's basically one of the scariest things you can do as you don't just dip your toe into cold water but instead you just jump right in - without knowing if you might hit a hidden reef...

    0 by Pauline, 21 days ago
  • 5 markets in London that you need to check out

    London is a city that’s constantly changing. Take the place a decade ago: the population was smaller, the skyline was barer, and the boroughs that are currently all the rage were virtually unheard of. In fact, with ever more people flocking from across the world to...

    0 by Madeline, 24 days ago
  • 15 tips for London Underground first-timers

    Hi everyone! Apologies for my slight break from posting: I had two of my wisdom teeth removed on Thursday morning, and let’s just say that I haven’t been in the best state since. I’ll be bedridden for the next few days, so my next few articles may not be the most...

    0 by Madeline, 30 days ago
  • What to visit in London in 5 days

    What to see in London in five days? A month ago I was in London, visiting and enjoying the city for five days and four nights. I was very lucky (considering that the other times I've visited London it never stopped raining), because the weather was very good this trip,...

    0 by Norma, 2 months ago
  • Visiting London

    Visit London by doing some enjoyable activities The Ferris wheel, the 'London Eye' Just to the side of the Thames you can go up the London Eye, a Ferris wheel. From the large illuminated glass carriages, you are able to see the whole city. Suspended in the air for a...

    0 by ABBI, 3 months ago
  • The surroundings of London: Cities not to be missed - A Guide To London.

    A Guide to London Pre-deaprture advice for London: preparing yourself for the journey The Airports of London: Reaching the city centre Accommodation in London: the best options What to see in London London transport English cuisine London nightlife The surroundings of...

    0 by Daniel, 5 months ago
  • How to Rent a Flat in London: the definitive guide

    Welcome to “How to Rent a Flat in London: The Definitive Guide”! Over the course of searching for the perfect apartment to rent in London, you will definitely discover a few of the reasons as to why this capital city is one of the hardest places to rent in. Aside...

    0 by Kate, 6 months ago
  • All of this is waiting for you in London

    What I loved and do love the most about London is the diversity of people that live in the city; where people live together freely and with open minds; capable to intertwine different lifestyles. London is a very atmospheric city and a city that, although they say it's...

    0 by Kate, 6 months ago
  • The Colours of Brixton Market

    Hello folks! I'd like to talk to you about an area brimming with colours and original vintage objects. Source The Brixton markets in London are an ideal place for urban art fans. It is a place worth taking a detour to, just for the pleasure of your...

    0 by Komal, 7 months ago
  • The British Parliament (The Houses of Parliament)

    Hello again everybody! Today, I'm debuting a new entry about another of the most iconic places in London. Today, we're going to talk about the Houses of Parliament, also known as the Westminster Palace. It's the building the United Kingdom parliament works out of. The...

    0 by Beth, 8 months ago
  • In the outskirts: Oxford and Stonehenge

    "In the outskirts: Oxford and Stonehenge" Hey, everybody! In today's blog entry, I'm going to talk about some of the impressive places that are on the outskirts of London, or in counties near London. It is almost mandatory that you go and see them, especially Windsor...

    0 by Kate, 9 months ago
  • Everything you need to know about The British Museum

    Hello travellers! It's a new week and we're opening a new post with one of the most important, most visited and well-known museums in all of London. It has to be the British Museum. A lot of you will be thinking: "A museum? I didn't come to London for that, I'm not...

    0 by Beth, 9 months ago
  • Tower Bridge

    Hello again everybody! In this new post, I'm going to talk about one of the most famous bridges in London. Do you know what bridge I'm talking about? Let's see if you've ever come to London, or you know something about this city. What image of that bridge comes to your...

    0 by Beth, 9 months ago
  • Westminster Abbey

    Hello again everyone! I've written this new entry in Spanish, since Spanish is my mother tongue and I especially want to encourage people who read what I write and who are thinking about going to the United Kingdom to visit this incredible city that has stolen my heart....

    0 by Beth, 9 months ago
  • What to see in 4 days in London? The definitive guide

    If you're thinking about going on a trip to London and you aren't sure how to work out seeing everything in 4 days, if you follow this guide, you'll be sure not to miss a thing in London! Let's face it, we've all dreamed off one day getting to go to the UK capital and...

    0 by Beth, 9 months ago
  • Buckingham Palace, the Victoria Memorial and St James’s Park

    Hello! New day, new blog entry about my adventures in London. I hope that these mini blog posts I'm doing help you when you go to visit the capital of Britain. Buckingham Palace or the queen's residence, as it's also known, is a building that was built in 1703 by the...

    0 by Beth, 9 months ago
  • My first visit to England.

    This year I made the decision to start traveling. I had a dream to visit London. As a freelancer, I am not physically attached to work. I do graphic design and sometimes earn money from casinoland nz. When I arrived in London, I was surprised that there was a left-hand...

    0 by Joseph, 10 months ago
  • The english gastronomy | London guide

    London Guide What to do before setting off for London: prepare your travel London airports: how to get to the centre Accommodation in London: the best options What to see in London Public transport in London The English gastronomy London's nightlife Places surrounding...

    0 by Enrica, 11 months ago
  • Fun in London

    The English are known for their special humour that can surprise you as under-handed, reserved or ironic/sarcastic. Do you know "Dinner For One" for example? Sometimes, it's straight comical (see Mr. Bean) or just rough (see below). Out of nowhere, we saw these Viking...

    0 by Jan, one year ago
  • The British Museum (Archeology)

    The British Museum, born from a private collection, is one of the most famous art collections around the world. We saw the archeological part on antiquity ... Greek red-figure vases from the Classical Period are to be found among the early works exhibited. They show...

    0 by Jan, one year ago

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