Trafalgar Square – London

Nelson's Column, Trafalgar Square..

Trafalgar Square – A Place for Rallies, Demonstrations and Tourists: Trafalgar Square is the centre of London in more ways than one. At its south end lies what used to be the Charing Cross memorial, the point from which all distances to London are measured. The original cross, erected by Edward I in 1290 (as […]

West End – The Entertainment Centre of England

Covent Garden, London..

For Variety, London’s West End is the Place to Be: The West End has a high concentration of London’s tourist landmarks and attractions and for the London traveller looking for variety, the West End is the place to be. Piccadilly Circus is next door, where antique book shops mix with the latest restaurants and Covent […]

Natural History Museum – London

London Natural History Museum

The Museum has one of the Largest and most Diverse Collections in the World: Since its founding in the mid-19th century, the Natural History Museum has offered one of the largest, most diverse collections in the world. The dinosaur exhibits are world-renowned, but there are dozens of others equally deserving of a visit. The Waterhouse […]

Belts and Buckles – London Shopping

Belts and Buckles at Elliot Rhodes

At Elliot Rhodes, Belts are a key to dressing with style and individuality: If belts and buckles are your fetish, then one store you’d want to visit on your London holidays is Elliot Rhodes. We happen upon Elliot Rhodes during our exploration of the streets of Covent Garden. Today’s walk around Covent Garden is not […]

Sherlock Holmes – Consulting Detective

221b Baker Street, London

221b Baker Street is one of the most famous addresses in London: If you’ve watched the latest and very modern Sherlock Holmes movie with Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law, you would have been reminded of 221b Baker Street, the home address of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John H. Watson. Well, at least that’s where […]

A Full English High Tea Experience in London

Afternoon Tea

Afternoon tea in the charming living room of an English stately home: Tea and afternoon tea have played important roles in British culture for centuries and up till today having afternoon tea is still an English custom. It is believed that the idea of afternoon tea was conceived in the early 1800’s by Anna, the […]

Thames River Cruises

Thames River Cruise, London

See London sights from the Deck of your River Boat: A Thames River Cruise is one of the top attractions for many visitors to London and seeing the sights of London from the comfort of your river boat deck is certainly one of the most leisurely ways of doing your London sightseeing. But you don’t […]

London Shopping – London's Department Stores

London Department Stores..

London’s department stores are famous the world over. If you’re aiming to do some London shopping, there’s plenty to spend your money on at these London shops.

London Restaurants | St. Christopher's Place

St. Christopher's Place, London

Eating and Drinking in the Heart of London: It was purely by chance that we came across St. Christopher’s Place this morning when we were pounding down Oxford Street on our way to Bond Street Tube Station. The little lane way caught Tony’s attention and when he ducked in to have a look, he was […]

London Attractions and London Sightseeing

Original London Sightseeing Tour

The Essential Introduction to London: If you’re new to London or haven’t visited for a while, don’t waste your precious holiday time trying to find out where places are. The best and quickest way to get an orientation of where all your London sightseeing attractions are is to join a hop-on-hop-off tour. The Original London […]