Exciting, thriving, and thoroughly entertaining Kingston upon Thames! I felt like I was walking into a lively Mardi Gras walking through the streets in full varied kaleidoscopic color and charisma.
By the banks of the River Thames, the medieval market town Kingston upon Thames awaits you.
One morning we went for a walk through Seven Dials London. Seven Dials is a well-known junction in the West End, situated between Soho and Covent Gardens.
London by Bus on The Original Tour is a fantastic way to see regal, unpredictable, multicultural London!
After having such a great time with on our walking eating tour in Rome we jumped at the chance to try another one in London. Now you don’t normally link England and good food together, like you do with Italy, but the Eating London Food Tour was about to prove me very wrong.
The Berkeley Hotel offers a unique style of afternoon tea with a fashionista twist. Inspired by the worlds finest designers, these gorgeous creations almost look too good to eat. Almost!
As one of the biggest cities in the world, London has enough going on to keep visitors busy throughout the year. Here are our Top Things to Do in London.
While I’ve always admired the magnificence of the London Eye from a distance, up close, the almost regal structure and her 32 capsules are breathtaking to look at.
The Camden Markets were initially sold to me as the ‘best markets in London!’ – Yeah right!, I thought.
London would be the perfect city, if the weather was better!
I loved London but I wasn’t fond of the constant grey sky, frequent rain and a wind that left my hair looking like permanent “bed head”.