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[26 May 2012 | By ]
Review: Mastercard Priceless Experience at the Natural History Museum

If you’ve been a Londoner for more than a couple of months, you can’t have missed the Mastercard Priceless ads in the Evening Standard newspaper or while waiting for your Tube train on the platform. And if you are a Mastercard holder, you might be wondering what these Priceless London experiences are, and whether they are worth attending.

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[20 May 2012 | By ]
Review: Outstanding Guided Supertour of St Paul’s Cathedral

There’s no denying that this is going to be a bumper year for major events in the UK. And it’s during times like these, that we find that the collective patriotism of the nation is revitalised. But one doesn’t have to be an Olympic enthusiast or street party-loving, monarchy devotee to feel proud to be British – and proud to be a Londoner. Sometimes, going back to basics is key to getting a true appreciation of the beauty of the City. How about a visit to an ‘oldie, but a goodie’ then – to the long-adored, Blitz-surviving legend – St. Paul’s Cathedral?

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[13 May 2012 | By ]
Queen’s Ice & Bowl – And Much More!

Situated a short walk from Queensway and Bayswater Tube stations, Queens Ice & Bowl is not only home to the oldest ice rink in London – but it is also the only venue in London that currently hosts ice skating, bowling and karaoke under one roof. Perfect for indecisive goer-outs and for those wanting a fun-filled varied visit to the city.

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[11 May 2012 | By ]
Our Top Picks & How To Book Tickets for BBC Proms 2012

The BBC Proms is back again this year, and while it’s not claiming to be the biggest, the most spectacular, or some other grand claim, it is still going to be a huge 92 different concerts over the course of 3 months. Plus, in the year of the Olympics, there is quite a British theme to the BBC Proms 2012.

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[9 May 2012 | By ]
The World Shakespeare Festival 2012 is truly international

If flashbacks of studying Romeo & Juliet or King Henry IV during your A Levels still gives you the shivers and make you break out into a cold sweat, you’ll probably groan if I tell you that the World Shakespeare Festival is happening right now in London and other sites in the UK.

Food & Drink »

[1 May 2012 | By ]
American Brunch Reinvented by Hélène Darroze at The Connaught

Hélène Darroze is known for her Michelin fine French cooking, but she likes to extend her creative and wonderful cooking to other cuisines. At The Connaught Hotel, she has introduced a new American-inspired Saturday brunch menu, bringing such classics as mac & cheese, brownies, and hot dogs to her restaurant.