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Piccadilly, London W1J 9HS, UK – 0343 222 1234
Good place to shop roam and travel
You go n walk the street with smell of food leading you to one vendor to the next. Being in London I had fish and chips, served in newspaper. Love the whole experience. Enjoy!
Trafalgar House, 17-19 Cockspur St, St. James's, London SW1Y 5BL, UK – 020 7389 5040
The tours are great! Lots of value extras. We had the two day tickets and books have done away just one more day. With all of our hopping we only made the yellow line route and the river tour. Need to go back and do the other two bugs routes and at least one of the walking tours. The recordings on the bus were good but the life for guides are great. Lots of extra commentary and insight.
Amazing tour for our family. The buses are very frequent and the tour guides very knowledgeable about the whole of London. This was such a great way to get around London without having to use the underground. My girls (7 & 10 years old) loved finding out all about the landmarks and this made their first trip to London very special.
20 Orange St, London WC2H 7EF, UK – 020 7321 5380
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7, 35-37 Ludgate Hill, London EC4M 7JN, UK – 020 8099 1626
Great tutoring service, thank you for providing a great maths tutor for me, really helpful tutors. Fast professional service. Highly recommend if you need to find a tutor quickly. Thanks again!
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7 Richmond Ave, London N1 0NE, UK – 01736 369995
Regent's Canal Towpath, Kings Cross, London N1 9UY, UK – 07580 238226
Public space for boating
Vincent Terrace, London N1 8HA, UK
A lovely spot to moor. Very secluded but near everything you'd need.
St. Pancras Yacht Basin, Camley St, Kings Cross, London N1C 4PN, UK – 020 7278 2805
Smashing place, lovely people. Currently rebuilding their facilities.
Embankment Pier, Victoria Embankment, London WC2N 6NU, UK – 0343 222 1234
Great time. Fun and exciting. Great tour guides
The Thames Clipper is probably the best no-fuss transportation system along the Thames. I took it over the summer to go from Central London to Greenwich for some sightseeing, and it certainly was scenic! Believe me, the best view of the Tower Bridge is by going under it first! The price isn't cheap, but comparably, it is much cheaper than the other boats that go down/up the Thames (this one just doesn't have the commentary). If it's a nice day, don't bother sitting inside - try to grab a seat outdoors at the back of the boat. The clipper is really better than taking the tube, especially in the summer!
Camden Lock Market, Camden Town, London NW1 8AF, UK – 020 7482 2550
Took a boat from little Venice to Camden Lock and I'm so happy I took it. It's a very relaxing ride and you get told of the history of the places as you are going past. Would go on it again.
Great leisurely cruise along the canel.On board commentary was great as it gave you a history of the area.Staff helpful and polite. Would recommend.
250 Camden High St, Camden Town, London NW1 8QS, UK – 020 7485 6210
Wirklich schöne Kanalfahrt. Eher ein Geheimtipp und nicht so überfüllt. Die Boote fahren mehrmals täglich und ein Tripp geht circa 90 Minuten. Es wird auf dem Hinweg live vom Guide einiges zur Geschichte des Kanals und der Kanalfahrt erzählt. Sehr informativ, persönlich und gut verständlich :)
Queen Square, London WC1N 3AU, UK – 020 7974 1693
Good place, not great. Very close to Great Ormond street Hospital for sick children. Very quiet, lot of benches to sit for hours together . Good views, beautiful flowers! Overall great place to hang out near famous GOSH.. .
Absolutely beautiful park!!! Lovely for just relaxing and enjoying a beautiful clean park
London W2 2UH, UK – 0300 061 2000
Sometimes on some days when I feel I needn't work and wonder what to do instead, I often take my bike and cycle to the park which is relatively close by . l normally dismount and walk towards the round pond, prior to which there is always a deserted spot nearby where the grass is high and a small patch already partially flattened. I lay the bicycle down, rest my head against the saddle and drift away beneath the sun. The simple things are always best.
amazing place. we found a place where is a lot of parrots whom you can feed with apples or special bird seeds. They are just happy to sit on your hand. Lovely experience for kids and adults. Defiantly will visit this place again and again this summer. Overall park it's self is just huge and beautiful. Great size play ground I think 2 or 3 different. Public toilets are clean. Few cafeterias for snacks and hot/cold drinks. Highly recommended for everyone
Regent's Park, The Park Office the Storeyard Inner Circle, London NW1 4NR, UK – 0300 061 2001
Incredible park, next to Buckingham Palace! Just sit there and watch beauty of palace. Sipping royal coffee is very ROYAL there!!!
would have been 5. but the ducks spat out my blueberries
Hampstead Grove, Hampstead, London NW3 6SP, UK – 020 7435 3471
Nice house, although absolutely full of seemingly unrelated stuff. I know this isn't the case but it was a bit difficult to understand how it all tied together, who lived there and how they lived there on a day to day basis, as everything seemed to be focused on display, not living. The gardens were gorgeous though. It was worth visiting for those on a sunny day alone. The Gardener seemed really friendly and I enjoyed listening to him chat on with visitors while he worked.
Lovely house in the heart of Hampstead, now owned by the National Trust. Three floors of rooms to see and a collection of rare old musical instruments. Lovely garden, which we were told is the largest garden in Hampstead. Don't miss the view towards the city from the 3rd floor balcony.
149 Piccadilly, London W1J 7NT, UK – 0370 333 1181
Fantastic! We really enjoyed our visit. I went with my husband and our 8 year old nephew. We were all kept interested. The interactive headset guide helped with this as it is has various functions according to age and interest. Wonderful things on display. We were lucky that there was a short talk being given at the time of our visit which was very interesting and informal with questions encouraged by a very friendly guide. Also lucky that we got a Birdseye view of the rehearsal for the trooping of the colour! The staff spotted this and with no hesitation interrupted the talk and ushered the assembled visitors to the windows so we didn't miss out. The staff clearly love what they do and are very friendly and welcoming.
Such a good historic home! No grounds outside sadly but excellent collection of art and antiques and a really interesting history laid out in an audio guide they provide. Definitely worth a visit
17 Gough Square, London EC4A 3DE, UK – 020 7353 3745
An interesting and informative house to visit. It seemed in need of significant signposting- at least from Fleet Street. We used Google maps to locate it. Good guide cards available for a self guided tour of the house and helpful receptionists as well. Access for those who are less able is compromised by the house having steps and stairs, as part of its original fabric. Best accessed by walking from a train station or bus. A bus would get visitors closer.
I love this little hidden gem. They have one of the most interesting series of events. I have been to a theatrical performance by Palimpest on how Dr Johnson would hold salon with his peers. Last week I went to learn about the Bluestockings literary circle of women writers. They just bring history to life in the most incredible way.
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