Samina Bhatti published an article
12:00am 25/07/2017

Delightful Wimbledon Village

Where in London would you find boutique shops, traditional pubs, watch horseback riders or even help tennis champion Rafa Nadal at a self-checkout in Tesco Express? Wimbledon Village, obviously.
Voted as the sixth best retail location in Britain by property advisors Harper Dennis Hobbs, this charming village will easily win you over thanks t...

Cassandra Kosmayer published an article
12:00am 22/07/2017

London's Museum Houses

London is a treasure trove of exquisite old houses that make great visits. Some great, rambling examples of monuments to the past – others more intimate examples of where people would live and contribute toward the city’s eclectic history with their contributions only recognised centuries later. Either way they all provide a compelling link with th...

Lucy TripTide published an article
12:00am 16/07/2017

Travelling Around Town

One of the biggest challenges confronting visitors coming to London is having written down where they want to go and what they what to do is how to actually get there. Or more specifically how to get from point A to point B. Many visitors are surprised by the sheer size of London and are over awed by the practicalities of which mode of transport to...

Lucy TripTide published a page
12:00am 12/07/2017
The Borough Produce Cafe

The Borough Produce Cafe

An intimate cafe on Lower Marsh that sells a varied range of hot and cold drinks, toasted sandwiches and even Brick Lane bagels. This bijou eaterie makes the most of its location just a short stroll from South London’s illustrious foodie hub and market by London Bridge and within a stones throw of Waterloo Station. The Borough Produce Café serves...

4:29pm 11/07/2017

Great place within a stones throw of Waterloo Station. Good coffee and breakfast all within my budget - an anathema to those ridiculously priced 'craft' cafes that seem to be popping up everywhere

Emilie Khammala published an article
12:00am 11/07/2017

Plenty to do in Hyde Park

Hyde Park is perhaps the most visited and best-loved park in London because of its wide open spaces, variety and central location. There are more than 4,000 trees, a lake, a meadow and a breath-taking rose garden. It is the largest of four Royal Parks, and is divided by the Serpentine and the Long Water. Every year, millions of Londoners and touris...

Lucy TripTide published an article
12:00am 10/07/2017

London on a Budget

Touring London for the first time is an unforgettable experience. The famous landmarks, the inimitable atmosphere, the endless energy of a huge living metropolis buzzing around you… and the overinflated costs. It might come as a surprise, but London tour operators have it easy, knowing they can prowl the tourist circuits enticing impressionable tra...

Peter Richards posted 3 images
7:36am 09/07/2017

The sun brings out some highly exotic wildlife in Hyde Park

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5:26pm 05/07/2017
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