Where to spend one night in London?
London is a fascinating, world-class city, with lots of history, art, and culture to experience in museums, art galleries
Yesterday, we went to the Pink Floyd exhibition, called Their Mortal Remains, at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. We had a blast! Sean bought our tickets in advance for the 11:15 slot. At £23 each, they weren’t exactly cheap but they were worth every penny (or pence!) The multimedia exhibition included original artwork […]
One of the things I love about London is the markets, both covered and open air.
No matter how many times one has visited London, the city always has one more secret to share
First, find The Leaky Cauldron pub between a bookshop and a music shop.
Many of London’s big attractions and landmarks are located south of the River Thames
The Imperial War Museum on Lambeth Road is among the many London museums without an admission fee. Visitors can, if they wish, make a monetary donation in lieu of a ticket. The Imperial War Museum has five different locations: London, Manchester, Cambridgeshire, the Churchill War Rooms and HMS Belfast. I went to the London one. […]
Roast. The name of this restaurant makes my heart flutter. Roast beef. Roast pork belly. Roast chicken. Roast potatoes. Roastly goodness all round. I came across Roast quite by chance, looking for a nice restaurant in London. I looked at their menu online and knew we had to try it. I made a reservation for […]
Temple Church leaped into fame with The Da Vinci Code,
St. Katharine’s Docks is one of London’s unexpected havens of tranquility. Central London’s only marina, St. Katharine’s Docks is located near the Tower of London and right next to Tower Bridge. This quiet area is brimming with international businesses, residential properties (who should be so lucky!), pubs and smart restaurants, as well as a luxury marina. […]
True Cockneys are born within earshot of the bells of St. Mary-le-Bow church in Cheapside. What is a Cockney, anyway? Apart from being someone born in London within earshot of the bells, the term Cockney has become associated with working class Londoners. According to the Telegraph, the bells used to be heard in North and […]