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“Five Days In London”

published 29/05/2004

so much to see . . .

. . . so little time

Do you know your (UK) capital well? Do you know it at all? I know Berlin, but not as well as I know London, this being the city I´ve visited most often. How often? I´ve wracked my brain and have remembered thirteen visits, from two days to three months. I´ve been there on my own, with a friend...

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Excellent

“Free Capital”

published 17/04/2009

if you are tired of London... etc

lots of people, lost of cars, lots of money

London is expensive, everybody knows it. But as far as a tourist visit goes, the best things in London are free! What follows is my own tour of important London free of charge sights and attractions. It's not an "insider" look at hidden delights of London, I rarely if ever stray of the beaten...

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“London - a day out”

published 04/07/2006

Big place lots to do and many things to see

It's a big place - can be dirty and a bit grim at ...

London - a day out As with all my reviews, the names of the participants have been witheld to protect the innocent - me that is !! So it's around January 2000, I'm doing contract work in Leatherhead and being paid wads of cash for my troubles. The problem with Leatherhead is there isn't a lot to...

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“London in Bits and Bobs”

published 20/11/2005

One of the world's great cosmopolitan centers

So much city . . . so little time

London in Bits and Bobs •••Overview•&#149 ;• Who can ever truly know this city? Perhaps if one is born and reared here, spends one's private and professional life here, explores its history, and indulges one's fancy on its many cultural venues--maybe, given all that, it...

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“Great”

published 02/09/2000

Great attractions

Smells, dirty, busy, lots of traffic

London is quite a nice city, with loads of attractions to keep occupied, but I must say it is too busy, is very dirty, smells quite bad and has too much traffic. I went to see the Millennium Dome. I think it is okay, but I certainly do not think it is worth the price and effort it took to build...

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Excellent

Great attractions, suitable for everyone, great mu...

None really

If you are not familiar with London and some of its attractions then well I am here to help. For this opinion I am going to give my very own A-Z of London attractions. With some of its attractions and other stuff I might include in this opinion. Enjoy!!! **Please note the admission charges I have...

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Excellent

“London : The Site for Movies”

published 27/06/2000

Vibrant cosmopolitan city. Lots of celebrities to ...

Expensive

London has been the site for a surprisingly large number of Oscar-winning, box-office hits. 101 Dalmatians, which starred Glen Close, Jeff Daniels and Joely Richardson, a live-action version of the greatly --loved Disney Cartoon, was shot in and around London. Major locations included Trafalgar...

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Excellent

great fun, barrel full of laughs

get there early or book

The Comedy Store in Coventry street nr Leicester Square in London is without doubt the funniest night out you can have in the capital. Set in a dark basement, the Comedy Store probably fits a good 200 people sitting in a horseshoe around the stage in 2 tiers. Entering from the back, one turns...

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Excellent

“Eye Eye We're in London”

published 09/06/2001

Good price, superb location, easy booking

impersonal

View Big Ben from your bedroom window for £70 a night for a family room. It’s not easy to find a central place to stay in London unless you either have lots of lolly or are prepared to use hostel-style accommodation. After the demise of the LCC their amazing office building, just across the...

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Satisfactory

“Visiting the Design Museum”

published 23/07/2000

Exhibits well presented, nice shop

Limited space, no information on background of pro...

Design Museum Butlers Wharf, nr. Tower Bridge. We visited the Design Museum with high hopes for rows and rows of our favourite design classics from egg-timers to cars. Initial impressions are good; a modern building overlooking the Thames near Tower Bridge. We had a coffee and browsed in the shop...

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Good

“The Pig-a-Dilly Line”

published 03/05/2001

Links many vital venues in London

Hot, sweaty, rubbish-strewn, unreliable. Unsuited ...

Riddle: Where can you travel through 10 consecutive Underground stations that all begin with “H” without getting off the train? Answer: at the Heathrow end of the Piccadilly Line! (From Hounslow East and back again round the loop). It's amazing what trivia you can come up with when...

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Not for me

“Nightmare on Euston Road”

published 21/06/2001

Lots of possible destinations.

Overpriced, overcrowded, overrun with the dregs of...

Do you dare to enter a world of terror? Will you walk among the dregs of society, enter a world of filth and depravity with only your innocence and purity as a shield from the demons that lay in wait for the unwary? Do you dare? Then take my hand and I shall walk with you, unflinching and...

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Super

Good way to see London

Dirty and old

One of the busiest transport networks in the entire world is based right here in London. Its common name is "the Underground" a name adopted in the 1930's along with its famous Red circle and Blue stripe through. Yet the tube network was started much earlier in the late 1800's. The underground...

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Excellent

“London's Riverside Pubs”

published 22/06/2000

Great atmosphere,good food, great fun

Some can get crowded

! Some of the best and most interesting of London's pubs are along the river Thames. They provide an ever improving range of traditional English food, first rate views of the river and intimate details from England's history. Dr Johnson is alleged to have said " When a man is tired of London, he...

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Excellent

“London calling”

published 30/06/2003

Great history, lots of stuff to do

Hotels can be a bit expensive

At first I didn’t know if I wanted to write much about London. I mean, everyone knows about London and there is so much information about the city on the Internet. But hey, every experience is unique so here is a bit about our trip to London. I have been in London one time before but that was...

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