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London Parks

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So after our exhausting first day we decided to walk some more and go down the entire Oxford street. Which is the main shopping street in London. 458 more words


London - Musical

I love how London theaters are situated within the same proximity. They are spread across three Tube stations – Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square and Covent Garden. 667 more words

[Tips] Eating Out

The latest fashion is for Mesopotamian food. This is very much like Mediterranean/Turkish meze food but that bit spicier and fragrant.

Of course you can always get restaurants specialising food from Yemen, Nepal (great place in Sydenham called Ghurkha’s – food here is similar to Indian but the flavours are a lot more layered and varied), Sudan…this is in addition to all of the restaurants offering food from their own European countries (French, German (sausage, sauerkraut and schnitzel) Bulgarian, Italian (best pizza outside of Naples can be found just off Piccadilly CIRCUS), Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Polish, Swiss fondue, Czech, Russian, Greek, Croatian, Jamacian (Brixton)…the list goes on! 40 more words


Treasures of London - Swiss Court...

In the hubbub of the West End, it’s easy to walk past the colourful monuments of Swiss Court without realising their significance is. 

Located between Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square, the area was formerly home of the Swiss Centre, completed in the late 1960s as a showcase and trade centre for Switzerland. 189 more words

Monuments, Memorials, And Gateways