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Charls Dickens - The Old Curiosity Shop

Charles Dickens – Haunts in London

Dickens’ bank, in Clerkenwell, is an impressive, well preserved building. It’s no longer a bank, but you’ll be relieved to hear that doesn’t mean it’s been converted into an overpiced Italian restaurant with waiters with dodgy Italian accents mispronouncing “calzone”. more
Events in London

Three Annual Events in London You Don’t Want to Miss

London is the largest city in the United Kingdom and in the European Union. The city of London was founded by the Romans in 40 AD. Over thousands of years, it’s now packed with over 8 million residents. That accounts more

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Top 10 Sights of London

If you plan to visit London, book one of the convenient London shuttles or taxi services to get you to your accommodation quickly and easily. An excellent advantage of these services is that they can actually double as an impromptu more

London from the Thames

There’s any number of big ferries complete with bars and restaurants, multi-lingual commentaries, and all the usual tourist paraphernalia sailing up and down the Thames, but there’s a better way to explore London on the river. Opt for the commuter boat, more

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London - A Brief History 43AD - 1529AD

London – A Brief History 43AD – 1529AD

A couple of low hills in the middle of a marsh don’t sound like a very promising start for a world class city, but that’s just how London, England began, over two millennia ago. And the story of its development is as exciting as any thriller. There was probably a more
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Science Museum of London

Science Museum in London is a part of the National Museum of science and industry. This has turned out be a very famous destination among tourists and they enjoy coming here again and again. It has a huge collection of items and the best part is they keep more
shopping in London

Shopping in London-Top Tips

When it comes to shopping in London, there are few places that appeal quite like this city. If you’re planning to visit for a retail assault, then head off straight to some of the big shopping areas. However, there are so many more that you might not know more
Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace is currently the home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – Kate and William to you and me – as well as serving as the occasional pad for Prince Harry and girl-about-town Zara Phillips. It was also the birthplace of a then-Princess Victoria, who grew more
Hampton court palace

Hampton Court Palace

Hampton Court Palace is the former home of the flamboyant King Henry VIII. He extended and developed this grand palace after acquiring it in the 1520s and its many royal occupants have furnished the palace with decadent tapestries and paintings throughout the centuries. Set in 60 acres of formal more
The Landmark London Hotel

The Landmark London Hotel

We are delighted to welcome you to one of the most popular 5 star hotels in London, The Landmark London. We rank among the finest of the capital’s leading luxury hotels in London, and have a distinctive style and ambience that makes us unique. Our luxury hotel combines classic more