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  • Chin Chin Labs

    I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! Ice cream is one of those foods that we Brits will devour whatever the season. In summer, we’ll cool off with a cone, as we attempt to sunbathe in the pathetic 15ºC heat, while in winter, we’ll use the substance as...

    0 by Madeline, in Where to eat London, 2 months ago
  • Vapiano

    Us Italians don't really love to eat Italian food when abroad. But sometimes I feel a strong urge to eat something Italian. You can cook pasta at home, but it is nothing compared to the goodness of fresh pasta, home-made, with simple but great quality ingredients. And...

    0 by Alison, in Where to eat London, 2 months ago
  • The Westminster Area

    The Westminster area is probably the most famous in London. Many places of interest are concentrated here, and everything is accessible by foot. You can find this area along the River Thames. In this piece, I will describe only the most famous places because Westminster...

    0 by Alison, in What to see London, 4 months ago
  • Tower Bridge & Tower of London

    The London Eye is a spot visited by tourists who visit the city immediately . The London Eye is a ferris wheel that is not historic but one of the popular tourist spots in London. Because the London Eye is a very popular place, it may take longer to get your ticket...

    0 by Salih, in What to do London, 4 months ago
  • Lady Dinah's Cat Emporium

    I love cats – they are, without a doubt, the most adorable creatures to grace this world – so imagine my delight when I discovered that there was a place in London where I could have a meal surrounded by them! Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium – the first cat café to...

    0 by Madeline, in Where to eat London, 7 months ago
  • Buy Essay Club

    This is the place where I got help with a paper work. The guys from do my essay; provide great support & explanations, so next time I can do my writing by my self. Here is a good example of explanation how to do a short essay I received:Introduction:...

    0 by Doroty, in What to do London, 10 months ago
  • Natural History Museum

    Hello again to my brave and adventurous readers, lovers of natural history and of free museums! In this post, I'm going to tell you about one of my favourite universities in London, in my top three along with the Tate Modern and the Science Museum. The Natural History...

    0 by Beth, in What to do London, one year ago
  • Trafalgar Square

    source Trafalgar Square is the most famous square in London, England. With statues in its four corners, it was originally built to commemorate the Battle of Trafalgar which was a huge victory during the war with Napoleon. source The collumn is one of the most...

    0 by Kate, in What to see London, one year ago
  • London Bridge

    London, one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Whomever has the opportunity to go there will find themselves forever in love; a walk in the city is pleasant at any time of day, the people are friendly and obliging, and the city is a beauty in itself. It must...

    0 by Lauren, in What to see London, one year ago
  • Queensway

    London Queensway an amazing place to visite and see they have got a parke name Hyde park one of the biggest park in London and the best part of it all is princess diana's memorial playground which was great to see. A lot of people from all over the world and some...

    0 by Paper, in What to see London, one year ago
  • London Eye

    The London Eye is one of the most famous Ferris wheels in the world and is located in the very heart of London. Although it was initially thought to last solely for the duration of the Millennial Celebrations (for this reason, you can also see it as the "Millennial...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see London, one year ago
  • Harrods

    Who hasn't visited Harrods during their stay in the British capital, or at least heard of it? This huge department store, the most exclusive in the whole of England, is located right in the heart of London. The closest Underground station is Knightsbridge (on the dark...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see London, one year ago
  • Big Ben

    This famous tower can be found in the city of London and is one of the world's main tourist attractions. The typical image of the well-known clock is a symbol of the country, and for me personally it's the first image that appears in my head when I hear the word...

    0 by fiona jasmine, in What to see London, one year ago
  • Notting Hill

    Until the beginning of the 1800s, the area of Notting Hill didn't have much to offer, except Piggeries ceramic warehouse. Portobello Road takes its name from Portobello, which is the name of the Caribbean city of Puerto Bello, in memory of the British captain...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see London, one year ago
  • Trafalgar Square

    Trafalgar Square is a famous square located in the centre of London. It has previously had other names, but its current name draws reference to its historical relevance, which represents the victory of Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson (a famous column exists in his honour in...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see London, one year ago
  • The O2 Arena, London

    London's O2 Arena, also known as the Millennium Dome, once home to an exposition for the centennial celebrations in 2000, is now part of the site of a world-class entertainment district, with a capacity for 20, 000 people. The dome is one of the largest structures of...

    0 by Lottie, in What to do London, one year ago
  • Brick Lane

    Brick Lane, London --> The Best Place to Explore! If you are interested in a vivid street life from street markets to street art and in general are into mix of different cultures? If the answer is yes, then Brick Lane is the best place to explore for you! To begin...

    0 by agne, in What to do London, 2 years ago
  • Shakespeare's Globe

    Months in advance before we took flight to London last year, my dad mentioned that he was hoping to get us tickets to see a play at Shakespeare's Globe. My heart skipped a beat.  This is a theatre built just a few hundred yards from the original site of Shakespeare's...

    0 by Kaelin, in What to see London, 2 years ago
  • Warner Bros. Studio Tour London

    Are you a big fan of Harry Potter that stayed until the very end or are you just a curious out-of-the-box traveller that wants to  know what all the fuss is about? Why not try out the the Harry Potter studios near London! It’s a really interesting place that teaches...

    0 by Giulia Pia, in What to do London, 2 years ago
  • Camden Market

    How to get to Camden Town The area is accessible via the following tube stations, which pass across the South to the North of London. Euston (Victoria and Northern lines). Kings Cross / St. Pancras (Circle, District, Hammersmith & City, Northern, Piccadilly and...

    0 by Selina, in What to see London, 2 years ago

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