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  • Trafalgar Square

    Posted: August 28, 2013 at 9:19 am By

    Right in the center of London, is a major meeting top for the city’s roads, local Londoners and tourists. It’s always been an vital gathering place, and is full of iconic London buildings and monuments. The Square in its present form was built in the 1840s. Its name was changed to from Royal Mews in honor of Britain’s defeat of Napoleon at the Battle of Trafalgar in […]

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  • What to Eat in London: Famous British Food

    Posted: October 1, 2012 at 12:56 pm By

    It’s been said for years that British cuisine doesn’t exactly compete with other cuisines you can find in Europe because…it’s terrible. But all jokes aside, London is an incredible city with plenty of excellent food choices. From eating in a pub to choosing a trendy restaurant, London doesn’t lack places to place hunger at bay. London is a multi-cultural city and food follows the trend. You can find pretty much any ethnic cuisine you can […]

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  • Fernandez & Wells at Somerset House – Jamon Jamon

    Posted: September 30, 2012 at 12:56 pm By

    Fernandez & Wells already have three venues in Soho but this new venture surrounded by the magnificent East Wing of Somerset House is easily the best of the lot. Larger and better (the setting obviously helps) than the other three and with individually commissioned artworks by David Tremlett that vies for concentration with the wall of hanging jamon, this is a exact marriage of style and setting. Fantastic russet, sandwiches, soup, the ubiquitous jamon, […]

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  • London’s Little Known Museums

    Posted: September 29, 2012 at 12:56 pm By

    Hunterian Museum Home to some of the UK’s oldest specimens from animal fossils to human skeletons, the museum showcases a number of anatomical and zoological pieces and paintings assembled by the 18th-century surgeon John Hunter, whom the building is named after. Part of the Royal College of Surgeons in the heart of central London, there are 3,500 bone-chilling artefacts to view. If you’ve exhausted yourself and need a cheap place to stay nearby, browse […]

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