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Sun, beach and fun at Leigh-on-Sea

Sun, beach and fun at Leigh-on-Sea


Posted By on Apr 24, 2014

Sun, beach and fun at Leigh-on-Sea - Fancy a mini-break from the City? We have the perfect place for you to go and enjoy a nice and sunny day at the seaside. Leigh-on-Sea is located in the county of Essex and is only one hour train and about £24 the return train ticket from Central London. The ideal plan is to walk along the pier from Leigh-on-Sea station towards Southend Central, and don’t worry about getting lost, you can keep...

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Spitalfields London Market

Spitalfields London Market


Posted By on Sep 23, 2013

Although the Spitalfields Market being built in 1876, a market has operated on the site since the 1600s. Located just five minutes walk from Liverpool Street Station, between Brick Lane and Bishopsgate, in the heart of Spitalfields, the Old Spitalfields Market is a premier indoor market and a retail attraction for all tourists and Londoners. It is one of the finest surviving Victorian Market Halls in the capital. Open seven days per...

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Covent Garden Markets


Posted By on Sep 16, 2013

Covent Garden always has something happening, it is known as one of the capital’s liveliest areas as there are many places to eat, drink and get the real feeling of life in London. As Covent Garden is the only area in London that is licensed for street entertainment, it attracts a whole variety of different street performers such as jugglers, magicians and up-and-coming musicians who will perform in the streets around the Piazza....

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St Paul’s Cathedral in London


Posted By on Sep 10, 2013

The St Paul’s Cathedral is one of the most famous and most recognizable sights of London, with one of the world’s largest church domes. It was designed by Christopher Wren after the Great Fire and built between 1675 and 1710. It was the tallest building in London from 1710 to 1962, and its dome is also among the highest in the world. In terms of area, St Paul’s is the second largest church building in the United...

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Tate Modern Contemporary Art Museum


Posted By on Aug 27, 2013

Housed in a converted 1940s’ brick power station, the Tate Modern art museum is the most visited museum of its kind in the world, boasting with an average visitor attendance of 4.7 million people from around the globe annually. Through the main entrance you enter a vast space, the Turbine Hall, where a succession of giant temporary exhibitions are staged – the bigger and more ambitious, the better. Highlights have...

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Ping Pong for free in London

Ping Pong for free in London


Posted By on Aug 20, 2013

Ping Pong in London We all love ping pong, so Ping! London is an great project which allows people to gather and play ping pong for free. As the mention in their website, “the aim is to get as many people as possible across the whole of the UK playing – to bring a sense of community spirit and get more people playing sport on the run up to the Olympics”. According to Wikipedia, the game was originated in England...

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