London 1887. Queen Victoria’s on the throne. Buffalo Bill has brought his Wild West Show to town and the first single malt scotch whiskey is distilled. On Old Compton street […]
If you’re after a bit of history why not pop into the British Museum in Bloomsbury. Here you’ll find enough culture and artefacts from centuries past to keep you busy […]
No place stands alone by what you see. There’s a myriad of senses that delight. And the sounds of a city are just one part of the sensual jigsaw. When […]
In the theatre district of Westminster, a stone’s throw from the Savoy Hotel on the Strand, is Covent Garden. It’s a gem of an area and a chameleon that changes […]
The beauty of a city as diverse as London is that you never know what to expect. But a brass band just as I’m having my morning coffee is rather […]
Lincoln’s Inn Fields. Catch it early at weekends and you’ll see dogs taking their owners for their daily constitutional, playing tag with their friends and generally enjoying their daily routine […]
You’ve read the guide books on London attractions and noted those must see sights. Now it’s time to turn your gaze onto the ultimate London; the capital known by Londoners.
Twining’s in the Strand combines a piece of London’s history with the fashion of the day in 1706. For over 300 years a tiny corridor of a shop at number 216 […]