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My Favourite Places To Go In London This Summer By Ezra, Age Eight And a Third

Guest blog by Ezra from Babes About Town 1. Granary Square, King’s Cross I like Granary Square because there are fountains that change shape. At night it’s even better because the fountains go a bit higher and they turn loads …

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London’s Top 10 Bizarre Places

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Guest Post by David Long, Author of Bizarre London From the time of Boudicca to the Boris Bike, in a sprawling metropolis covering 600 square miles – a city where eight million Londoners speak 300 different languages – it’s only …

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London Video of the Week: London Architecture Places by TheWorldsCities

If you love great architecture, you’ll love London. From the Royal Albert Hall to Tower Bridge, The Gherkin to the O2 Arena, this fascinating video showcases the best of London’s eye-popping architecture.

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Alternative Places to Watch Wimbledon 2013

Wimbledon by Paula Funnell

Strawberries and cream, Pimm’s and champagne, fast serves and tiny white shorts…. It has to be Wimbledon, the world’s most famous annual tennis tournament! If you don’t have ticket to the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships, you can still gain entry to …

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The Best Places to Picnic in London

People enjoying a picnic in Kensington Gardens. © Giles Barnard

When the sun is shining, there are fewer more pleasant ways to relax than by having a picnic in one of London’s public spaces. We’ve rounded up a few of our favourite spots below – grab a blanket, pack a …

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The Best Places to Eat Pancakes in London

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We heartily encourage you to eat pancakes any day of the year, but tomorrow is Shrove Tuesday, which means they are pretty much essential. As this list of restaurants demonstrates, the humble pancake comes in many different guises. Will it …

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Best Places To Watch The Thames Jubilee Pageant

Jubilee Pageant by Josh Knowles

The Thames Jubilee Pageant will see 1,000 boats, carrying 20,000 people, process down the Thames in celebration of The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. The monarch will be on the Royal Barge – named the Spirit of Chartwell – and the pageant will …

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No Wimbledon Tickets? Alternative Places to Watch the Tennis

Yes, it’s that time of the year again. Wimbledon season is upon us and we can’t wait! The world’s most famous tennis tournament returns to SW19 and with Britain’s Andy Murray in contention again this year, it’s sure to be …

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