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Hind’s Head Bray Review- Visiting England’s Food Capital

Can you believe I said no to trying the Christmas menu at Hind’s Head Bray when I first received the invitation to review it? Who in her right mind calls herself a ‘foodie traveller’ and declines a complimentary experience at one of Heston Blumenthal’s Michelin starred restaurants? Apparently… me! Hind’s Head Bray Review- The Invitation […]

What to eat in London: The capital’s top 5 British foods

London is home to an array of incredible restaurants, bustling eateries and cool cafes. With everything from Sticky Toffee Pudding and Pie to Pasties and Toad-in-the-Hole on offer, deciding what to eat in London can be tricky. Here at Eating London, we love...

A Brief History of London’s Ring Roads

By WereSpielChequers at English Wikipedia, CC BY-SA 3.0 Traffic calming and efforts to ease congestion have taken many forms throughout the world and especially in London.  Today, emphasis on public transportation, bike shares, and the advent of the London...

Borough Market is opening on Sundays from tomorrow

It’s a London institution – and a tasty, tasty one at that – and for the first time since 1998, when it started selling directly to the public, Borough Market will be opening on Sundays. You’ll be able to pick up ingredients for a Sunday...

Incredible Places You Didn’t Know Exist – Part Two

There are just too many places we wanted to add to this list, so we had to split in two. From the spooky forests of Poland to the beaches of Mozambique, here’s another five incredible places you didn’t know exist. The Crooked Forest, Gryfino, Poland In western...

Best London Pubs for Summer Drinks

Summer is basically here now, so it’s got us thinking about pubs and beer gardens, of course. London plays host to some of the finest drinking establishments in the world, which means when the sun comes out so do the ice cold drinks, shades and dodgy Hawaiian...

How to Travel Without Leaving Your Home

This week we are very happy to present a guest blog post written by London based blogger Another Blonde Traveler, also known as Jessika! 26 year old Jessika grew up in the suburbs of Montreal and her passion for travel has taken her to over 30 countries so far!...

4 wonderfully weird ways to spend this weekend in London

If you’ve restrained in your inner kookiness from showing you up in the office for five whole days, get ready to let it all out at the weekend at these brilliantly bizarre events. Become a Zombie Killer Are you the type of person that has a zombie...

Weekend in Essex with kids – exploring Saffron Walden

If ever we needed to escape the everyday, it’s in 2020 – but while flying somewhere hot isn’t an option, this year has been a good reminder to appreciate what’s close to home… including our latest trip, a weekend in... The post Weekend in Essex with kids –...

The best places for bonfire night in London with kids

Remember remember the fifth of November – although finding the best places for bonfire night in London with kids is more about fireworks and toasted marshmallows than Guy Fawkes’ gunpowder treason and plot these days. And for families who missed... The post The...

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Top 10 Things To Do In London

Top 10 Things To Do In London

There’s much to see and do in London. We’ve whittled down the options to give an essential checklist for your visit to the buzzing capital. The post Top 10 Things To Do In London appeared first on London & UK blog. Read the original full article

Brownsea Island with kids: Dorset day out

Home to some of the only red squirrels living wild in the British Isles, a day out on Brownsea Island with kids has been top of our Dorset holiday wishlist for a while. contains affiliate links* And... The post Brownsea Island with kids: Dorset day out appeared...

Ten Romantic Places to Visit in London

Ten Romantic Places to Visit in London

Paris might be the “City of Love”, but London certainly has its share of romance.  From picturesque Royal Parks to statues that celebrate love, the city has many romantic spots for you to take a loved one.  We’ve identified ten different places for romance...

Things to Do in London- September

Things to Do in London- September

Need ideas for things to do in London this September? Read this to learn events happening all month and those that are limited dates. Source link

London buses given purple makeover ahead of Platinum Jubilee

London buses given purple makeover ahead of Platinum Jubilee

Eight London buses have been given a purple makeover to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Transport for London (TfL) said the vehicles began displaying their commemorative wraps on the capital’s roads on Friday. The revamp was funded by operators Arriva,...

A day out at Wembley Park with kids

A day out at Wembley Park with kids

Not so long ago, the only reason to plan a day out at Wembley Park with kids would be either to catch the football or head to a concert – but whether you’re visiting with toddlers or... The post A day out at Wembley Park with kids appeared first on...

Tube Histories: A Brief History of the Piccadilly Line

Tube Histories: A Brief History of the Piccadilly Line

In our next entry on the history of the various Tube lines, we explore the history of the Piccadilly Line, which hits some important spots in London from Heathrow Airport to Buckingham Palace.  As with many of the Underground’s lines, the Piccadilly Line has...

The best glamping in Cornwall with kids

Cornwall is easily one of the best places in the UK for a family holiday – from its dramatic coast to the lovely countryside, I never get tired of planning a trip here, plus there’s more choice... The post The best glamping in Cornwall with kids appeared first...

A Brief History of the Northern Line

A Brief History of the Northern Line

Looking at the London Underground map, you might be forgiven for thinking there’s been a mistake and that you’re looking at two separate lines instead of one.  This is because the Northern Line has its origins in two separate railways that eventually merged...

Luxury glamping in Kent with kids: Luna Domes review

It always amazes me how much variety there is these days if you fancy glamping – umpteen different types of luxury tents, pods, wagons, treehouses, cabins… but I’ve never stayed in a dome before, until setting off... The post Luxury glamping in Kent with kids:...

Porth Iago: Is this the best beach in North Wales?

Porth Iago: Is this the best beach in North Wales?

There's a new post on The Travel Hack! I’ve lived in North Wales nearly all of my life but there are still hidden gems and gorgeous beaches I still discover today. Porth Iago is one of those! Porth … The post Porth Iago: Is this the best beach in North Wales?...

UK PM Announces Support for Shelved North-South Crossrail 2 Line

UK PM Announces Support for Shelved North-South Crossrail 2 Line

Boris Johnson has called for another multibillion-pound railway to be built in London after marking the completion of Crossrail. The Prime Minister said the Government would back Crossrail 2 – a proposed north-south rail link across London – but the capital’s...

Summer holidays in London with kids: 45+ things to do

Summer holidays in London with kids: 45+ things to do

Whether you live in the capital or are visiting the city for a family holiday, there are some great activities to enjoy during the summer holidays in London with kids this year. contains affiliate links/paid collaboration* From... The post Summer holidays in...

New Tube map with Elizabeth Line published by Transport for London

New Tube map with Elizabeth Line published by Transport for London

Transport for London (TfL) has released a new Tube map with the Elizabeth line included for the first time. The new east-west railway has been added to the map ahead of its opening on May 24. It is displayed as a double purple line rather than a solid line to...

Wembley Park with kids: International Busking Day returns

Say the name Wembley and you’re probably already thinking football – which is fair, of course, but definitely not the only thing to discover at Wembley Park with kids. ad/paid collaboration* With everything from public art trails... The post Wembley Park with...

Countdown to Elizabeth Line opening tomorrow!

Countdown to Elizabeth Line opening tomorrow!

London’s new £18.9 billion Elizabeth line railway opens on Tuesday. The delayed and overbudget line will boost capacity and cut journey times for east-west travel across the capital. Services will begin in new tunnels under the center of the city at 6.30 am....