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On any given day prior to Covid-19 lockdown measures came into force in London, the London Eye would elegantly rotate over the River Thames along the beautiful Southbank. A long queue awaits anyone (if you don’t have a skip-the-line ticket) who wishes to experience the breathtaking 360-degree views across the City. These days, the iconic… Continue reading London Eye 18 important facts you would love to know about this symbol of London
When I travel, either with family or solo, I tend to plan my travels beforehand and spend some time researching on the type of organised tours that are available. Often these tours act as guides to explore the areas and beyond. More often than not when on a short getaway of about three or four… Continue reading Why guided tours are sometimes necessary when we travel?
My latest love of London is an old ruined medieval Gothic church in the heart of London’s financial district, just a stone’s throw away from Tower Hill Station. On a quiet side-street tucked away between Tower Hill and Monument is St Dunstan Hill where you will find one of London’s most beautiful garden, often referred… Continue reading St Dunstan in the East-8 reasons why you should visit this Serenity amongst Ruins
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In the heart of the financial district of London stands a 61 meters, (202 feet) Doric column, simply known as Monument. The Monument is an important landmark in London. It is a permanent reminder to the Great Fire of London in 1666 and the rebuilding of London from its ashes. The Monument was built between… Continue reading Why is Monument London important to London?
Visiting any of the Historic Royal Palaces in London will undoubtedly involve purchasing an entry ticket. All the Royal Palaces offer individual or combined tickets. As you know, it is cheaper to buy combined tickets. Moreover, it is cheaper to skip the line and buy the tickets online. As for me, I discovered that the… Continue reading Why the Historic Royal Palaces (HRP) Annual Membership is good for me
“London opens up to you like a novel itself…