The London Underground can be hard to navigate, but with these tube tips you'll be riding it like a local, from buying tickets to.reading the map!
You can't go to London without seeing the the Changing of the Guard at one of the most visited attractions, Buckingham Palace. This guide will help plan your time accordingly, so the royal guards are on your city schedule.
Borough Market is London's most renowned food market, featuring fruits, vegetables, British and International fare.
Books for Cooks is the tiniest shop in the heart of Notting Hill that specializes in...you guessed it, books especially for all types of cooks.
The Laughing Gravy Restaurant, located near the Southbank and Borough district, offers a menu of fresh, seasonal dishes. And trendy Mushy Peas.
Harrods Food Hall is one of the Worlds most opulent food courts. It features luxury eateries and gourmet goods, including ₤30 Glitterati Water.
On 8/8/1969 a photographer spent approximately ten minutes taking six photos of the Beatles on the Abbey Road London One ended up being the album cover.
Arbutus in Soho London features a prix fixe, 2 or 3 course, working lunch for white collared nine to fiver on their break.
Cream Tea is a simpler version of the Afternoon Tea in London, Elevensies is the morning coffee hour, you drink champagne at Royal Tea and High Tea is served at 6pm
The Princess of Wales Pub in Charing Cross is named after the secret first wife of George IV. The also are packed with patrons dining on pints & mushy peas.