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16 Breathtaking Walks To Take In London

~Tips for Tourists: How To Understand Londoners | The House of Beccaria

Visiting London for the First Time Best Tips For Tourists in London [infographics] As an East-Londoner I find this HILARIOUS. I have never said "blimey" or called a drink "pop" in my life. And I last said "naff" in about Haha

London As Londoners Do (INFOGRAPHIC)

London As Londoner's Do (INFOGRAPHIC)

Londoner’s guide to London [Infographic] by the team at londonisthereason. You might also enjoyChannel Your Inner Spy On This James Bond 007 London HolidayTheme Parks in London Providing an Adrenaline RushPlanning a Vacation in Royal Parks […]

How Does London Vocabulary Compare With US English?

How Does London Vocabulary Compare With US English?

You sound like you’re from London: British English versus American English

17 Magical Spots To Escape To In London - great food and shopping places off the beaten path!

17 Magical Spots To Escape To In London

Explore London, and places around all of England . 17 Magical Spots To Escape To In London - great food and shopping places off the beaten path!

Beautiful Oxford Street in London. great shopping

Oxford Street in London, England, at Christmastime. Oxford Street is not anywhere near the city of Oxford -which is about 60 km north west of London- and is a major thoroughfare in the West End. Oxford Street is one of Europe’s busiest.

If red is your favourite colour, you need   to be in London.

~ Westminster Abbey ~ London, England ~ in red - a phone box, a letter box, double decker buses, and a Mini Cooper ~

London, England: This bustling British city is all over Pinterest and comes in third place for most pinned travel locations. Source: Courtesy of paulac63 via Pinterest

London, England

Ye Olde Cock Tavern, Fleet Street, London - originally built before the century. It has been frequented by Samuel Pepys, Alfred Tennyson and Charles.

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