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[31 Mar 2014 | By ]
Gelupo’s Gelato now available exclusively at Prezzo!

Occupying a little enclave on the unremarkable Archer Street in Soho, Gelupo has been satisfying the sweet toothed since 2010. Although relatively new, it has quickly gained notoriety for being one of the best gelaterias in the capital and is home to flavour creations such as blood orange sorbet, chocolate & black pepper and ricotta gelati.

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[30 Jan 2014 | By ]
Review: Hidden Universe 3D at the Science Museum IMAX Cinema

Being able to witness the many wonders of space up-close has been a common fantasy for many-an-Earth dweller. For many centuries, man has looked at the skies and pondered the secrets of those celestial objects that magically floated above its head. Luckily for us today, many of those secrets have been unlocked and continue to be discovered, thanks to the amazing leaps made in technological advances.

The Inside Word »

[18 Aug 2013 | By ]
Salter & HoMedics – stylish and functional homeware

Salter, a quintessential UK-established brand, has been a staple of the homeware department for many decades. Mention Salter and weighing scales spring to mind. In fact, check out the weighing scales in any kitchen or bathroom, and the likelihood is that they are a pair from Salter.

Events in London »

[1 Aug 2013 | By ]
“World of Flight” Priceless Night at the Science Museum

It was up, up and away at last week’s MasterCard Priceless event, held at yet another top-notch science location in London. This time, it was the turn of the Science Museum to host lucky MasterCard ballot winners for a night of flight-related revelry.

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[26 Mar 2013 | By ]
MasterCard Priceless Night: East End Evening at the Natural History Museum

If you’re a MasterCard customer, make the most of your plastic and check out the Priceless scheme for exclusive offers and opportunities to go to once-in-a lifetime events. Who knows – you might get the chance to see a familiar place in a completely different light.

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[14 Feb 2013 | By ]
New Macanese-inspired Seasonal Specials at Ping Pong

In order to celebrate Chinese New Year, Asian fusion restaurant Ping Pong has released an extended menu with Macanese-inspired seasonal specials. The delicious dishes were showcased at the menu’s launch party, situated at the sultry St Katherine’s Dock branch, just a stone’s throw away from Tower Bridge.

Places to Visit »

[3 Feb 2013 | By ]
The View From The Shard: Now Open!

From February 1st, visitors will be able to view London from the Shard, Europe’s second tallest building.

Food & Drink »

[27 Oct 2012 | By ]
Alexeeva & Jones Chocolatier, Notting Hill

Put down that Penguin and throw away the Twix. If you crave the real deal, Alexeeva & Jones provide the goods with chocolate that will take you on a mouthwatering, gastronomic journey. The brand-new chocolaterie located in Notting Hill is unusual in that it houses sweet treats from a handful of the world’s best chocolatiers in one place.

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[5 Aug 2012 | By ]
Champagne & Caviar at Le Pont de la Tour

Le Pont de la Tour, a French riverside restaurant on the gorgeous Shad Thames, are offering diners an exclusive experience this summer, with their pairing of champagne and caviar.

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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?