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“Combine this with a trip to Columbia Road Market. A vast array of foods from all over the world, including the famous 24 hour beigel shop.”
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“Live comedy, sports, music, exhibitions, bars and restaurants are all at the 02 arena. ”
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“Lane full of curry houses, banter and bargin with the vendors outside to get a deal. ”
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“Primrose Hill is on the north side of Regent's Park. It offers spectacular views over London once you get to the top! ”
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“Situated west of Kensington Gardens, this city park is particularly attractive in the spring when tulips are in full bloom, and in summer when performances are staged at the open-air theatre. W8 6LU”
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“The perfect place to go when you want to escape the city, there are regular trains from Vauxhall. You can hire a rowing boat or go for a long walk and spot some of the many red and fallow deer that roam freely around the park. ”
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Botanical Garden
“Just half an hour away by train - a stunning day out for the botanists out there.”
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“London Zoo is the world's oldest scientific zoo. It was opened in London on 27 April 1828, and was originally intended to be used as a collection for scientific study. In 1831 or 1832, the animals of the Tower of London menagerie were transferred to the zoo's collection. It was eventually opened to the public in 1847. Today, it houses a collection of 673 species of animals, with 19,289 individuals, making it one of the largest collections in the United Kingdom.”
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“No 36 Bus from outside the flat to Victoria. Get off on the north side of Vauxhall Bridge (tip: ring the bell when you are on Vauxhall bridge).”
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“Greenwich is the home of Greenwich Mean Time by which all the time zones around the world have been based on since 1884. So when you select a time and it says +4 after it, that means it’s four hours after the time at Greenwich. This important market is one of the top things to see in London and one of the most famous places in London too! Make time for it on your visit to Greenwich.”
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“Currently, the palace is the official London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Other residents include Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, Duke and Duchess of Kent and Duke and Duchess of Gloucester. W8 4PX”
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“Canary Wharf is a busy financial area filled with skyscrapers like the glittering One Canada Square. Canada Square Park hosts summer concerts and a winter ice-skating rink, while the Museum of London Docklands draws families with model ships and hands-on displays. Casual cafes bustle during the day and, come evening, post-work crowds gather in stylish wine bars and pubs. Ferries called Thames Clippers ply the river.”
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Pakistansk restaurang
“Come here for great local currys. Much-loved Punjabi restaurant serving aromatic, spicy dishes in a no-frills, contemporary interior. Must try are the lamb chops & don’t forget its BYOB ”
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Indisk restaurang
“DINNER - Hop on the train at Dalston Junctionto Shoreditch High Street and experience some of the best Indian food in London.”
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“Hampton Court Palace Another great Thames-side attraction, Hampton Court is one of Europe's most famous palaces. Its Great Hall dates from Henry VIII's time (two of his six wives supposedly haunt the palace), and it's where Elizabeth I learned of the defeat of the Spanish Armada. Other interesting features include the Clock Court with its fascinating astronomical clock dating from 1540, the State Apartments with their Haunted Gallery, the Chapel, the King's Apartments, and the Tudor tennis court. The gardens are also worth visiting - especially in mid-May when in full bloom - and include the Privy Garden, the Pond Garden, the Elizabethan Knot Garden, the Broad Walk, an area known as the Wilderness, and of course, the palace's famous Maze.”
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“Take an overground train to Charing Cross, about 40 minutes, and walk to Trafalgar Square and lots of other interesting London landmarks. You can also walk to Covent Garden, Theatre Land, Leicester Square, China Town, Soho and lots of places of interest from there.”
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