Chris Marlowe posted 1 image
7:25am 14/10/2019

The Emirates is a little higher than it looks from the ground. Passengers with a nervous disposition should avoid windy days

Peter Richards posted 1 image
4:33pm 09/10/2019

The Millenium Mills, Royal Docks, a broken echo of the area’s roaring industrial past. Hard to believe they once produced enough flour to make enough bread for all of London.

Chris Marlowe published a journal
12:00am 09/10/2019
Lucy TripTide published a page
7:58am 07/10/2019
Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park

Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park

Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park is made up of two lakes surrounding by woodlands and marshes and was originally known as the Greenwich Marsh. It is a vital green space right in the beating heart of urban Greenwich and has played a fascinating and crucial part in the regeneration of the area. A variety of wildlife thrives in this beautiful green oa...

Chris Marlowe posted 1 image
7:06am 01/10/2019

London's best bagel? It has to be a favourite

Lucy TripTide published a page
7:28am 19/09/2019
The Temple Gallery

The Temple Gallery

Sir Richard Temple moved his Knightsbridge gallery to its new home in 1989 bringing with him rare artefacts of Russian icons and Byzantine antiquities. He is an eminent and highly respected expert on the genre of medieval sacred art who has created an incredible where highly laudable temporary exhibitions are hosted throughout the year. The gallery...

Peter Richards posted a review for Food at 52
9:59pm 15/09/2019

Spent a lively Saturday afternoon here. Loads of fun, spectacular flavours & a great experience

Lucy TripTide published a page
9:04pm 15/09/2019
Food at  52

Food at 52

For visitors to London looking for something a little bit extra this will provide some unique memories. It is a cooking school with a full-on culinary experience. Guests can select their course and then get schooled in how to prepare and cook some amazing dishes. It is different, fun and totally relaxed. The classes are held around a large communal...

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