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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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[31 Mar 2012 | By ]
New Departure Hall Concourse at Kings Cross Station

I hadn’t been to Kings Cross for a while, but on my last visit there last weekend to catch a train to Cambridge, I was awe-struck by the amazing open-air cocoon like plaza of the Western side of Kings Cross Station. Open on the 19th March 2012, this new departure plaza is a much needed upgrade from the existing cramped and crowded station.

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[1 Dec 2011 | By ]
Lego Christmas Tree at St Pancras Is World’s Tallest

If you haven’t been to St Pancras International in a while, there’s now a good excuse to go! Probably one of the biggest Christmas trees to be made out of Lego is on display, with over 600,000 of those small plastic bricks used in the construction of the tree.

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[26 Nov 2011 | By ]

You know the Christmas season is in full swing when the Christmas lights come on in London! This year, Oxford Street & Regent Street were one of the first shopping areas to switch on their lights back in early November. We bring you the three best Christmas light displays this winter that you should visit in London.

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[14 Nov 2011 | By ]
Nonsuch Mansion & Park – A Great Wedding Venue

A Grade II listed building which has all the necessary requirements for a great wedding, and one of the most stunning ceremony and reception rooms I have come across. Nonsuch Mansion also has a lovely park attached for a great day out for Londoners looking to escape the city!

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[15 Feb 2011 | By ]
Bowling Night Out at All Star Lanes in Bayswater

I’ve heard about the mythical promised land that is All Star Lanes from friends, colleagues, and even random strangers on Twitter. Like an oasis amongst all the cricket and soccer and scones and fish & chips, once you walk through that door and down the stairs into the cavernous basement, its like flying across the pond.

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[15 Feb 2011 | By ]
5-Star Andaz Liverpool Street Hotel and its Freemasonry Secret Past

The Great Eastern Hotel first opened its doors to the Victorian public in 1884, shortly after the opening of Liverpool Street Station. In recent years, it has reopened as the Andaz hotel and offers guests a modern hotel experience against a rich backdrop of history, architecture and a touch of Freemasonry for good measure…

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[16 Jan 2011 | By ]
One New Change – Shopping Heaven for City Londoners?

One New Change, the very much anticipated shopping mall in the City, opened back in October last year. Today, I finally decided to pay the shopping centre a visit, to see what all the fuss was about. I was deeply disappointed though.

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[9 Dec 2010 | By ]
Review: The Atmosphere Gallery at the Science Museum

‘Atmosphere – something you wouldn’t get on the moon that is’, a fellow Tweeter jested once. However, you’ll certainly get tonnes of it at this place. Expect lots of touch-screen technology and group effort – particularly great for families and school parties to whittle away at!

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[20 Aug 2010 | By ]
First “Teenagers Only” Library in Westminster Opens!

Church Street Library has now opened after a £ 2.5 million refurbishment and is now equipped with its own 13-19 zone complete with its own gaming room, in order to attract more of the teenage population to its library.