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London - Harry Potter

When I first knew I was heading to London for work trip, I was thrilled because I can finally check out the birth place of Harry Potter! 562 more words

NLA Awards

By Michael Poulard

I was lucky enough to be a guest recently at the annual New London Architecture awards, which were held in the distinctly old London setting of… 479 more words

G&T Blog

Catch up posts: Day 17

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So day 17. What did we do? Right. Early in the morning, we went out to Buckingham Palace to watch the changing of the Queen’s Guard. 1,277 more words

Travel(s)

Saturday's Dishes of the Day

12-7 Hungarian Emily, Brazilian Mari & Colombian Alice :)
1-8 English Suzy :)
2-9 Brazilian Samy :)
3-11 Italian Kat & Brazilian? Amanda
4-11 Polish Sophie, Polish Patrycja & Croat Ivy
5-11 Hungarian Andrea

Harrison: Ideal for King's Cross

A quick update on the Harrison, one of my favourite pubs, mainly because of its location, which turns out to be even closer to King’s Cross than I thought. 398 more words

Old Man Pubs

Friday's Dishes of the Day

12 Brazilian Samy :) 1 Italian Kat 2 Hungarian Emily & Brazilian Ale :) 3 English Hayley & Polish Patrycja 4 Polish Sophie, Colombian Alice :) & Polish Ola 5 Brazilian Mari & Hungarian Andrea

Writers' London

St. Bride’s is known as the “Wedding Cake Church” for its distinctive Wren spire, but it is also the Journalist’s Church, just off of Fleet St., the traditional home of British newspapers.  292 more words

British Isles