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A  May 12, 2014

London: Surviving London gluten free?

There are more Gluten Free choices than there were, but this ain't San Francisco ;)  Also, very few places will guarantee GF, so depends on the severity of the intolerance. This link might help: http://www.bluetomatoreviews.com/top-10-london-restaurants-for-gluten-free-dining/#.U3CNHlfN7bQ... See More


A  April 23, 2014

London: Traveling to & From Airport and between cities!!

Heathrow Airport​ to Central London​​, your options are train, tube or coach (or taxi, if someone else is paying!).  Depends how much you want to spend and how much of a hurry you are in! Mainline train services go to London... See More


A  April 23, 2014

London: Looking for hidden parks and gardens in London!

Try St Dunstan in the East Garden​ - it's a war-damaged church turned into a secret garden near the Tower Of London​. I'll try to think of some more :) See More


A  April 10, 2014

London: Restaurants/Nightlife/Cultural Landmarks in London this summer

In central London, try Little Bay Clerkenwell​ - it's surprisingly cheap and good, and means you are near the areas of Clerkenwell​and Farringdon​, which have lots of decent bars for mid August outdoor drinking.... See More


A  April 03, 2014

Myanmar: What do you think about MYAMAR at this moment?

Hi Claude, I was in Burma (Myanmar) in January, and it was totally fine. I went to Rangoon​, Mandalay​, Bagan​, and Inle Lake​ - no problems whatsoever. I believe there is some unrest in parts... See More


A  December 11, 2013

London: Romantic dinner with a view over the Thames river.

The Cutty Sark Tavern ​ pub in Greenwich (4 Ballast Quay, SE10 9PD) is a 17th Century building, with a lovely view over the  The O2 Arena ​​ or "The Dome" and the Canary Wharf ... See More


A  October 30, 2013

London: What month/week everything is blooming in London?

To be fair, it often rains in July too :) There are no guarantees - it's about maximising the probability! I echo what others say: mid-May is probably your single best bet for blossoms without snow, hehe. Snow is nice too though! (Suppose I should clarify - we did... See More


A  October 16, 2013

London: I'll be visiting London in the spring, I'd like to hit up some cool locals pubs and restaurants without the rest of the tourist crowd, any suggestions?

Here are some interesting pubs, scattered across London: Old Nick ​, Sandland Street (Holborn Station) - Victorian gin palace: good beers; on a back street where you can drink in the sun, if there is any ;) Ye Olde Cheshire... See More


A  October 16, 2013

England: I am going near Stonehenge and Bristol in October and want to go see crop circles. Any idea if there still are crop circles at this time of year, and where?

I've never seen a crop circle - and I don't know if they are something you can actually go visit .. maybe contact the dudes on this website (their top entry is from Wiltshire ​, which is where Stonehenge ... See More


A  October 16, 2013

London: First time. Most kingdomly vivid places to see in 4 days. During holidays.

So, you've got four days, and you want to live like a Londoner and see proper British stuff? Cool :) I'll avoid the main tourist stuff - you can get that from any guide book. Here goes: 1)  You want to be in the countryside, in a city? Go to ... See More




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