Because using one of the many bridges is just too…ordinary, right?
Given that the thought of spending any length of time in a shopping centre – in Reading, west of London no less – gives this writer the creeps, making the experience genuinely creepy is a logical next step. You mean you get locked in a shoe shop or something? No, thankfully it’s nothing like that. […]
While we wait for summer…I know where I’ll be heading when visiting London for the Olympic Games in August
Shown here in its original location in Docklands, the traffic light tree was removed in December 2011 and a new site is to be found. See here for the latest: http://www.towerhamlets.gov.uk/news__events/news/december/westferry_traffic_lights_tree.aspx
As seen at the Tower of London. Note that the ‘crown jewels’ are well protected
Who wants to live forever? Not sure I like the idea to be honest, especially not if it means being stuck at this guy’s age. Anyway you’ll find the statue in Kensington Gardens, near Hyde Park…
Hurra! The ice rink at Somerset House has just opened for the winter season, and you can now show off your skills/notch up some ace new bruises (delete as appropriate) on the 900 square metres of ice. Enough room for everyone, huh? Well in theory but this is rink is a little more popular than […]
There´s gold at the end of the rainbow for London´s shopkeepers… Another reason to love the British capital? Well, could be…depending on your priorities. Anyway London came in at number one in the Globe Shopper City Index – Europe, a new Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) research program sponsored by Global Blue. Global who? They run the […]