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Peter Richards posted a review for Ian Allan Books
4:25pm 18/04/2018

This is a browser's delight and a transport enthusiasts dream. I bought an 1874 ordnance survey map of Waterloo - Priceless!

Lucy TripTide published a page
4:05pm 18/04/2018
Ian Allan Books

Ian Allan Books

Ian Allen Books is a specialist, independent bookshop situated in Lower Marsh Street near Waterloo. It is one of two branches (the other is in Birmingham). The store provides a ‘one-stop-shop’ for enthusiasts of transport including railways, road, transport, aviation, military and history. The focus of transport includes modern and historic and the...

Lucy TripTide published a page
2:46pm 18/04/2018
Top Wind

Top Wind

This is a wonderful shop that sells flutes to flautists. It has been part of the local DNA since time immemorial. It sells new and old flutes and accessories and has two practice rooms. They do some wonderful 'extra' services such as 'on-site' and 'off-site' try-before-you-buy services.

On Friday 13th September 1991 Top Wind first op...

Peter Richards posted a review for The Travel Cafe
9:05am 18/04/2018

I wandered out of Lower Marsh Street and into this great place. Sadly I was the only person here but i had a fine flat white and learned all about the succulents that were on display for sale. Very original place and plenty of cactus talk

Lucy TripTide published a page
8:51am 18/04/2018
The Travel Cafe

The Travel Cafe

The Travel Café (which actually spills out onto Westminster Bridge Road next door to Sista Barista) is a Korean enterprise which also organises tours in Korean and Japanese. This highly original café is a breath of fresh air and the perfect spot for a flat white or cappauchino
whether you are on your laptop, reading a book or just meeting...

William Souef published a page
4:10pm 17/04/2018
Hook

Hook

This chippie offers clever, innovative twists on the fabulously famous fish and chip template. The fish is sustainably sourced and perfectly cooked in a bright and breezy contempory setting replete with communal tables. Recommended is the Cajun spiced hake, Jamaican jerk panko or one of the freshly caught daily specials. Put that together with one...

William Souef published a page
3:51pm 17/04/2018
Hampstead Heath Ponds

Hampstead Heath Ponds

The Hampstead Heath Ponds lie in the large ancient parkland of the Heath within a combination of extensive woodland and superb views all the way to central London. It is also home to three very famous swimming ponds. The Ladies’, Men’s and Mixed ponds are the closest thing to a rural swim in London and they spread out across the Heath.

William Souef published a page
3:25pm 17/04/2018
St Pancras , Old Church

St Pancras , Old Church

Old St. Pancras Church goes way back to the 4th century. It is the site of a number of significant burials including writer and philosopher Mary Wollstonecraft, architect John Soane and composer Johann Christian Bach.

William Souef published a page
2:48pm 17/04/2018
La Coqueta

La Coqueta

La Coqueta is a cool and cosy little shop of clothes for babies - the creation a Spanish designer who has produced some fantastic cute shoes , stylish hats with a vintage inspired style to the delight of every madre del bebé. It is an independent Spanish traditional children’s clothing boutique based in the heart of Hampstead village. With a compl...

William Souef published a page
2:34pm 17/04/2018
Isokon Building

Isokon Building

This very modern, white concrete building was designed by Wells Coates and finished in 1934. It formed part of a significant experiment in new ways of urban living and became the epi-centre of London’s avant-garde community. There is now a popular gallery there now to tell the story of the building and the movement.

The Isokon Galler...

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