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EXPLORING REGENTS CANAL

As a city built on a river many millennia ago, London has had more than enough time to develop its waterways and build up entire communities around them. Whether it’s Camden’s canal side markets, or the East London reservoirs, there’s plenty to keep you following the current ad diving into London’s many river based secrets.

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A history lover’s itinerary: how to spend three days visiting London’s museum

Home to some of the biggest and most fascinating of the world’s museums in, London’s historical collections in such venues comprise everything from ancient artefacts to natural curiosities, British paraphernalia to pieces drawn from around the world (so much so then, there’s every kind of museum, the big beasts, ones dedicated to the Royal family

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Wondrous West London: A Guide to Bayswater And Notting Hill

So, if you’re considering coming to London for a short break and staying in the salubrious environs around Hyde Park (perhaps at accommodation such as the Grand Royale hotel London?), then you simply must take the time and effort to explore the districts that are Bayswater and Notting Hill, both of which would be on

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WHY YOU SIMPLY MUSTN’T MISS CAMDEN

Each borough in the city of London has its own unique charm. Whether it’s the pristine canals of Paddington’s Little Venice or the shabby chic lanes of Shoreditch, London has a real talent for transcending expectations of the city. One such area is Camden. This amazing North London borough is located just around the corner

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DISCOVER LONDON’S SECRET GARDENS

It could be a moment of zen you’re after, or a rare plant for the botanist in you, but London is home to some of the best gardens in the country. This might surprise you; London is a city of high rising skyscrapers and rumbling train tracks, not the best setting for a dense and

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BEST ENTERTAINMENT IN SOHO

If you’re looking for entertainment, you needn’t look much further than the amazing range of offers in Soho. The area, known for its amazing nightlife, gay scene, chinatown and West End Theatre hub, Soho is already a great place to go with friends visiting London. The fact of the matter is that not everybody will

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Where To Go To Hunt For Antiques During Your Grand Royale London Stay

London is a shopper’s paradise, and millions of visitors flock to the city every year to enjoy some of the best retail therapy in the world. Kensington and Chelsea, in particular, are fantastic shopping destinations – especially if you’re hunting for antiques. Located just a short stroll away from our hotels near Hyde Park London,

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Top Evening Entertainment Options Near Bayswater

They say that New York is the city that never sleeps – but London can’t be too far behind in terms of evening entertainment options. Every day at nightfall, the city comes alive, and for the tourist or short-term visitor, there’s always something to see or do. Whether it’s catching a show in the West

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The Surprising Tours And Museum Exhibits To See During A Morning At The Royal Hospital Chelsea

The Chelsea Pensioners are iconic figures, representing the UK’s community of veterans in their instantly recognisable red uniforms. More than 300 of them reside at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, which offers accommodation and much-needed comradeship for retired veterans of the British Army. The Royal Hospital is something of a living museum. Each and every resident

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The Most Inspiring Art On Display In London This Month

London is one of the world’s most exciting cultural hubs, with a wealth of art on display across dozens of highly-rated museums. Many people flock to the capital purely to see the latest exhibitions, with the rosters at the Tate Modern, the National Gallery and the Barbican always changing. If you’re thinking of visiting London

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