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London on a Budget!

Being such an expensive city, travelers are always looking for ways to save money while in London. The strength of the Pound mandates that tourists must look for ways to stretch their dollar, and make every penny count. Here are some helpful tourist...
by Ed Unloaded on Aug 18, 2015

Top Ten Best Luxury Summer Vacation Ideas and Romantic Getaways

It’s finally spring, y’all! We made it! And you know what that means? It’s vacation time! Now is the best time to start planning your summer vacation and romantic summer getaways! I’ve compiled a list of some of my favorite pl...
by TravelingPanties on Apr 20, 2015

A Lovely Day Out in Liverpool

This family LOVES Liverpool, I nearly studied English at the university there before opting for the bright lights of London and Goldsmiths, University of London- but now we live in Leeds, we like to visit it a lot-for culture, shopping, great food an...
by Honest Mum on Jul 21, 2014

Going Back in Time at The Tower of London @TheTowerofLondon #London @VisitBritain

When you visit London, The Tower of London is a must -see destination. Death, destruction, torture, a zoo, an armoury and the Crown Jewels – what’s not to love? William the Conquerer was responsible for building the fortress with subseque...
by NYC Single Mom on Apr 10, 2014

8 Places to Be on New Year’s Eve

Bonfires and banquets, Big Ben and big booms too, welcome the new year in style around the world.
by City Discovery Travel Blog on Dec 26, 2013

10 cool things to do in London

Visiting London means having a busy schedule — especially for those visiting the capital for the first time. Of course there are the standard attractions to visit in London...
by Globalgrasshopper on Oct 28, 2013

10 of the best things to do in London

Visiting London means having a busy schedule — especially for those visiting the capital for the first time. Of course there are the standard attractions to visit in London...
by Globalgrasshopper on Oct 28, 2013

A day out in the City of London

Things to do in London and seeing ‘The Big Smoke’ through different eyes. Map of the...

London’s Regent’s Canal, or The Feat and Folly of James Morgan

“Thine only regret is the bloody towpaths.” – Regent’s Canal engineer and architect James Morgan (1776-ish – 1856), speaking from The Celestial Supernatural Land of the Dearly Departed, circa 2010 By Brian Spencer On tho...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Jul 19, 2013

London’s Regent’s Canal, or The Feat and Folly of James Morgan

“Thine only regret is the bloody pathways.” – Regent’s Canal engineer and architect James Morgan (1776-ish – 1856), speaking from The Celestial Supernatural Land of the Dearly Departed, circa 2010 By Brian Spencer On tho...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Jul 19, 2013

Top five free things to do in London

    You’ve got to hand it to London. English history seems to breathe through the stone monuments and buildings of bygone ages while ll around a melting pot of cultures and languages thrive and interact. From classical music to grunge...
by Larger Family Life on Jun 25, 2013

London Park Life

Hi! Very late post today! My little home office desk arrived today so I’ve assembled, shopped bits and bops and decorated in between emails and paper work. Tomorrow I’m hoping I will have time to go and chill in the park with Linus again,...
by By Celina on Apr 22, 2013

London’s Top 5 Alternative Attractions

A majority of tourists that visit London this year will head straight for the typical tourist hot spots such as The London Eye or Buckingham Palace. Little do they know is that there is so much more to this amazing city than Prince Harry’s crow...
by theplanetd on Mar 2, 2013

Top 10 Best Things to Do in London

I can’t believe how quickly my trip back to London is approaching! It will be my last stop on my little mini European tour 2013! Hopefully I won’t go another five years until I go back. I’m really excited for London because it has t...
by TravelingPanties on Feb 28, 2013

Top 10 Best Things to Do in London

I can’t believe how quickly my trip back to London is approaching! It will be my last stop on my little mini European tour 2013! Hopefully I won’t go another five years until I go back. I’m really excited for London because it has t...
by TravelingPanties on Feb 28, 2013

Argentinian Ice Cream, so cool it’s hot

I’m aware it’s way too early in the year to rave about ice cream, but this place is just too delicious to save until spring decides to bloom. On Sunday, after having endulged in a big fat unhealthy (but gluten free) pizza on Piccadilly Ci...
by By Celina on Feb 22, 2013

Prettiness overload

Many of you have asked where I got the Ladurée keychains for my blog give aways, and it is here in le incroyable maison du Ladureé macarons that they are born. Ah, the colours and the cuteness is totally overwhelming! Ladurée sure knows branding,...
by By Celina on Feb 7, 2013

CHINA TOWN

Hello lovely readers ♥ esterday we ended up in China town. How cool is it to be able to go to China in less than two minutes? Ok, so it’s not quite the same as China, but it’s definitely different to the rest of London and I don’t...
by By Celina on Feb 3, 2013

Tea at The Arts Club

so fortunate to be allowed in several of Londons many great members clubs as James is a member of many of them, and so far the Arts Club is my favourite. It’s located in Dover Street, right in the heart of Mayfair. We had a traditional English...
by By Celina on Feb 2, 2013

Join me for tea at The Arts Club members club

But ssshhhhhh… don’t tell anyone because I’m not sure if I’m really allowed to share photos. People are weird about their members clubs. I’m so fortunate to be allowed in several of Londons many great members clubs as Ja...
by By Celina on Feb 2, 2013


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