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Peter Richards posted a review for Charterhouse
1:54pm 17/10/2018

Great visit, dark undertones. Wonderful stories and history and so embedded in modern day London that we nearly walked on by.

Lucy TripTide published a page
1:11pm 17/10/2018
Charterhouse

Charterhouse

London’s Charterhouse is a former 14th-century Carthusian monastery and burial ground for victims of the Black Death, which opened its doors to the public for the first time in 400 years in 2017. Visitors can walk across the graves of thousands of Londoners and enter this medieval charity that is based a stone's throw from Smithfield Market in th...

2:51pm 15/10/2018

A perfect gift, brilliantly packaged and delivered before we got home.

Lucy TripTide published a page
11:40am 15/10/2018
Belville Brewery Co.

Belville Brewery Co.

Belleville Brewing Co. is an independent brewery and bar in Balham, South West London. They are committed to quality and innovation, Belleville Brewing and have been serving the people of South West London as with their freshly brewed beer since 2013. There are at least 15 beers permanently on sale as well as some seasonal favourites. The recently...

Lucy TripTide published a page
11:22am 01/10/2018
Le Garrick

Le Garrick

Le Garrick is an iconic French restaurant in Covent Garden that sits on the corner of Floral Street and Garrick Street. In close proximity to Theatreland this family-run bistro, brasserie and bar serves authentic French cuisine in a Gallic setting. Situated close to London’s West End, Le Garrick is renowned for its excellent, regional French food,...

Bill Buckley published a page
11:43am 24/09/2018
Mayflower Pub Rotherhithe

Mayflower Pub Rotherhithe

If you are visiting this historic but less well known area of the south bank and want to dine and drink in a place with history going back to the Pilgrim Fathers, this is the place to go. It has to be one of the top pubs in undiscovered London, being located on the jetty that was the mooring for the famous pilgrim ship.

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Chris Marlowe posted 1 image
7:46am 21/09/2018

The Southbank is full of amazing stuff if only you know where to look. This stone artefact was part of the original 700 year old London Bridge - in fact there were 13 other similar alcoves but this particular 'hidden gem' resides in one of the cloisters on Guy's Campus.

Karl-Ander Kasuk published a page
3:26pm 12/09/2018
The Household Cavalry Museum

The Household Cavalry Museum

Grade-I listed Horse Guards can be seen guarding the Queen on ceremonial occasions as well as is deployed overseas in combat. In the museum guests can see the guards, learn about the regiments history and explore the 18th century stalls.

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