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"London Bike Tour - East
"London is a city of stunning contrasts. Her rich past is well preserved while her modern face shows how architecture trade and culture have evolved in their own unique settings. For those trying to discover London on their own or hoping to glimpse her from bus or coach many of her secrets will remain a mystery.The London Bike Tour is a much more exciting way of exploring the city. You will be provided with a bike and guide and escorted on a tour though the cycle routes
From GBP24.00
 
SeaLife London Aquarium with Thames River Sightseeing Cruise
"Start your adventure at Westminster Pier Tower Pier or Greenwich Pier. Westminster Pier is conveniently located next to Houses of Parliament Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. It is also only a short walk from Whitehall Horse Guards Parade and Trafalgar Square. Tower Pier is ideally located next to Tower of London and Tower Bridge. Once you have your ticket you can also hop-on and hop-off from London Eye pier located next to the London Eye and just two minutes walk from London Dungeon and London Aquarium. Greenwich Pier is located next to the famous Cutty Sark clipper
From GBP42.00
 
Royal Observatory and London Thames River Cruise
"Enjoy two of London’s great attractions with this stunning and flexible tour of the river Thames with entrance to the world-famous Royal Observatory in Greenwich! Hop-on and hop-off your river sightseeing cruise from any of four conveniently located pier before discovering the past present and future wonders of astronomy at the Royal Observatory. Explore how great scientists first mapped the seas and the stars and then stand astride two hemispheres at the home of Greenwich Mean Time and the world-famous Meridian Line.Start your adventure at Westminster Pier Tower Pier or Greenwich Pier. Westminster Pier is conveniently located next to Houses of Parliament Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. It is also only a short walk from Whitehall Horse Guards Parade and Trafalgar Square. Tower Pier is ideally located next to Tower of London and Tower Bridge. Once you have your ticket
From GBP28.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Greater London

More Cranes @ Canary Wharf

Yes, some more pictures of the majestic cranes. I do love the cranes everywhere around London at the moment, I have never seen so many at one time. But it also scares me a little around Canary Wharf,...
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Elodie_Caroline
Jun 05, 2008

London Metropolitan University

A bit of visual stimulation in the unremarkable Holloway Road is is this building designed by Daniel Libeskind. He describes it as "three intersecting volumes with a distinctive presence on the street...
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TheLongTone
Oct 20, 2007

The floating chinese Restaurant

Just outside the Crossharbour DLR station you can find Lotus Restaurant. I t is an ideal place if you are visiting the canary wharf area. The food is quite good and the service staff quite friendly....
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singimorning
Jun 11, 2007

Canary Wharf Cranes

Nope, I do not mean that there is some kind of wildlife park at Canary Wharf! Although the place is already massive, with all of its buildings and office blocks, they are building even more office...
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Elodie_Caroline
May 07, 2007

Solve a Mystery!

There is a pub called Sherlock Holmes somewhere in downtown London. We just ran into it - didn't know it existed until then. Very English - warm ale, some food, small tables, locals. A nice break from...
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maluwa
Apr 29, 2007

Holland Park

A beautiful green space in the heart of London that was rural until the 19th c. - a district and a public park in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in west central London. It was formerly...
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leafmcgowan
Apr 22, 2007
 
 
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Freemason's Hall

Freemason's Hall is the home of the United Grand Lodge of England. ( Some might consider it the world headquarters of Freemasonry ). There is a museum downstairs and a library for scholars doing...
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grasshopper_6
Mar 15, 2007

One of its kind - Insurance Market

Visit the Lloyd's building, home of the insurance institution Lloyd's of London.The building stands out with a stainless steel staircases structure. Very innovative which designed all its staircase,...
explore57
Jan 22, 2007

Walking under the river

The easiest way to get to Greenwich is by taking the Docklands light rail there. The funnest way is by walking under the River Thames in a tunnel. The tunnel goes from the London side, under/thru the...
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Tom_In_Madison
Nov 04, 2006

A Walk in a National Trust Park

Morden Hall Park was beautiful when I visited in late June. The River Wandie had birds; the deer park was nice and shady, while the rose garden was in glorious bloom. The Riverside Cafe provided a...
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KittyLou
Aug 25, 2006

A bit of india in west london

If you are ever around ealing it is worth taking the 207 bus up to southall. I feel it is a really special place, it has been the focus for the indian community in west london for over fifty years and...
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kirmarsh
Aug 11, 2006

Business District

The City, which is the business district of London, is deserted at night and on the weekends. In my opinion, that is the best and safest time to explore it. There is no one around and even homeless...
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gogeo
Jan 31, 2006

Kew gardens

The Que gardens are a really nice place to visit for the variety of botanical specimens that they have cultured. They have this nice toy train that you around the park. There is also englands only...
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ismailb
Nov 15, 2005

Tilbury Fort

On the River Thames, east of London, is a historic site called Tilbury Fort. Originally built by King Henry VIII in the early 16th century, this fort served until 1950. It was here, in 1588, that...
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Tom_Fields
Nov 13, 2005

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Tower of London

For a very long time I wanted to attend the ceremony but I never got round to book tickets for this event but eventually I did so last year for me to be able to attend the ceremony. As I wanted a...
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Royal Observatory

A trip to the Royal Observatory would be high on any tourists' list of things to see where you can learn about the past, the future and the present wonders of astronomy, and of course you can stand on...
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Out Of Order

Kingston-upon-Thames, just south-west of London, is a pleasant place with a nice church (All saints Church) and a market for fresh foods. There is also the Rose Theatre, which shows a variety of...
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Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse

I arrived at the terminal 3 early enough determined to enjoy the facilities offered by the Virgin Atlantic Airways Clubhouse and I was not disappointed. I had a cooked breakfast and coffee and...
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Syon Park

Syon was built on the site of a medieval abbey, named after Mount Zion in the Holy Land, which itself had been built on the site of a Roman settlement which lay between the main road leading west out...
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Bethnal Green Library

As you enter the library you will come across the famous faces of Charles Darwin who was an English naturalist and geologist and he has written many books on the subjects. Karl Marx it was the other...
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"HOME SWEET HOME"
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""When you're tired of London You're tired of life"
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"The London I love"
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