A Hidden Gem of Art Deco at Eltham Palace

In the small town of Eltham, not far from Greenwich is a hidden gem of London. A medieval castle, that became a Tudor palace before becoming an Art Deco residence. Eltham Palace has an interesting and eventful history. The History Situated near the main roadway from Dover to London, there are records of a manor […]

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Be In the Know Before Visiting London

Blue Houses of Parliament

London is my home city, and yes I may be incredibly biased, but there is nowhere else like it. There may be capital cities but none with the history, diversity, and culture of my own, and rightly so we have a plethora of visitors every year. But… (there had to be a but right!) But […]

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The Brutal And Enchanting Concrete Jungle of Barbican

A brutalist concrete jungle casts shadows over the City of London. An ambitious community project from the 1960s oozes with character and charm known at the Barbican. London Wall Formerly a gateway to the London Wall, an original part of Roman Londonium. Incredibly part of the wall still survives as you walk around the complex. […]

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Celebrating London Parks and Green Spaces

An unusual seasonal heatwave hits London over a bank holiday weekend; it is like hitting the jackpot! One of the chief joys of London is the numerous green spaces within the labyrinth of old cobbled streets and high rise buildings. Other major cities will have one large park but London has so many, and here are some […]

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