So you’ve topped up your bank account, you’ve booked time off and all that’s left is to travel into London’s legendary city centre ready for a full day of retail therapy. But where do you start? Oxford Street, Regent Street, Camden Lock, Covent Garden,... Continue Reading
With so many world class eateries to experience, it comes as no surprise that many visitors to London catch the cookery bug themselves. Fortunately, there are plenty of establishments around the capital that offer top quality cookery classes and courses. From mastering the basics... Continue Reading
For many Londoners, the car has been ditched in favour of the bicycle or public transport. But if you want to travel along the A3 to marvel at Henry VIII’s Hampton Palace Court or head even further west to see the famous Crimson Room at Windsor Castle then hiring a car for... Continue Reading
There are a lot of things to think about before you board that flight or train bound for London. Take a moment to read through the information below and make sure you’ve thought of everything before the big day. 1. Planning While it is possible (if you’re from an EU... Continue Reading
Do you need to sort out something quick for an important birthday? Has a friend or colleague moved into a new house? Or are you just looking to treat a special somebody in your life? Flowers will never go out of fashion and, living in London, you really are spoilt for choice. In... Continue Reading
With its rich and varied history; impressive modern and ancient architecture; plentiful entertainment and mixture of traditional food and fine dining there is no one weekend break that could do the wonderful city of London justice. Instead, here are eight themed weekend breaks... Continue Reading
So you’ve decided to cross the pond and move to the vibrant and historic city of London. You have a long road ahead of you, with employment to find, work visas to sort out, accommodation to source and assimilation into a completely new culture, but if you’re... Continue Reading
The property scene is constantly changing in London, with new developments springing up all the time and developers renovating and modernising flats and apartments to attract tenants. The term ‘flat’ and ‘apartment’ are often used interchangeably in... Continue Reading
Moving to another state can be unsettling enough, so it is not surprising that American expats living in London often want to hook up with fellow countrymen (and women) to compare notes on the British weather, the cost of living in the capital and the central role of the pub in... Continue Reading
A studio apartment – or studio flat – is accommodation with a living/sleeping area, bathroom and kitchen. Many expats opt to rent a studio flat when they first move to the capital to work or study. Browsing for Studio Apartments Online Although it is unwise to base your research... Continue Reading
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