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11:16am 22/02/2018

Just dropped in as I was walking up Hammersmith Road for the first time. Great coffee. Great service

William Souef published a page
5:56pm 21/02/2018
The Fitzroy tavern

The Fitzroy tavern

The pub was named after the creator of Fitzroy Square - Charles Fitzroy. "The Tavern", which was at its bohemian peak from the 1920s until the 1940s, became a meeting place for various artists , intellectuals , writers and drinkers of the era including Dylan Thomas , Julian Maclaren-Ross , Augustus John , George Orwell and Nina Hamnett.
Th...

Killian Trimatis published a page
5:12pm 21/02/2018
Fitzroy Square

Fitzroy Square

The Fitzroy Square is located close to Warren Street Station and Euston Euston Road and surrounding by traditional London dwellings. This city landmark is right on the Bloomsbury border with plenty of historical and modern pubs, restaurants and shops. Everything in Bloomsbury seems connected with each other and in harmony with local culture and tr...

William Souef published a page
4:57pm 21/02/2018
Cabmen’s  Shelters

Cabmen’s Shelters

In 1875 the Cabmen's Shelter Fund was established in London to run shelters for the drivers of hansom cabs and later hackney carriages.
'Cab' drivers could not leave the cab stand while their cab was parked there. This made it very difficult for them to obtain hot meals and could be unpleasant in bad weather. Eventually the Earl of Shaftes...

Killian Trimatis published a page
9:57am 21/02/2018
L'Elysee Artisan

L'Elysee Artisan

L’Elysée was started in March of 2014 by is five founders. They had worked in the corporate world for many years and decided it was time for a change. Having been based in the area both professionally and residentially, they felt like there was something missing; a hangout to meet up with friends, somewhere to go for a really good coffee and cake,...

Killian Trimatis published a page
11:51am 20/02/2018
Tobacco Dock

Tobacco Dock

Tobacco Dock, built in 1812 was a previous warehouse for imported tobacco and some other expensive goods like wine or distilled liquor. The dock is in the presence of two replicas of old ships, the “Three Sisters” and the “Sea Lark”. One is a 18th century merchant ship and the other, an older american shooner captured by the Britain’s fleet during...

Lucy TripTide published an article
12:00am 20/02/2018

The Famous Docklands Walk

The history of the Docklands is an astonishing one and should be part of everyone’s itinerary. The modern day docks are part gentrified and part working class – but are 100% compelling. When visitors alight at Tower Hill tube station they have a few options. They can follow the crowds toward the impressive Tower of London and their distinctive Be...

Killian Trimatis published a page
9:42am 19/02/2018
Mala Indian Restaurant

Mala Indian Restaurant

The Mala Indian restaurant is in the heart of Marble Quay - a yacht marina named like the Italian fine stone. It is the one of the best places to discover Indian cuisine, from Northern India to the South, with a magnificent menu of seafood dishes. Visitors will be delighted by their generous and delicious plates in the heart of one of the London's...

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