The River Thames in London–Friday Feature Photos

  It’s easy to appreciate anything that’s 30 million years old, isn’t it? The River Thames falls into this category, although it’s flow pattern changed 10 thousand years ago during our last Great Ice Age, and more recently, about 3000...
Shop Like a Pro in London

Shop Like a Pro in London

by Sarah Compton Shopping was one of my best experiences in London. So, I want to share some of my views on shopping in London. London is known in the entire world for the sense of style in the capital and it also has the best shops. However, you need to have a plan...

London Eye–London Landmark & Biggest Attraction

“Why do they call it the London Eye, anyway?” I asked of no-one in particular. The only answer was the creak of the steel monster’s A-Frame as electric pumps and hydraulic motors slowly rotated the “cars” or capsules. This giant ferris...

Interview with Old Map Man, London Explorer Extraordinaire

Article reblogged from QuirkyTravel Ken Titmuss, aka Old Map Man of London Trails specialises in history walks in lesser frequented areas of London town (lesser frequented by London guides, anyway). His walks are accompanied by, as you might have guessed, old maps,...

Tower of London

“Send him to the tower!” The Tower of London that is, a tower that has imprisoned kings and queens, saints and sinners, the guilty and the innocent…whoever stood in the way of ambition and power. The day I visited, though, it seemed a peaceful,...
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