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My WeekendNotes - 19
I admit, the cafe/bar/gallery The Step in Bowes Park, North London is very local to me so I have a vested interest i... [more]
They are fewer in number now, but to add a splash of colour to your life, there's nothing better than red telephone ... [more]
Trent Park is a country park in North London, at the end of the Piccadilly Line. It was formerly the gardens of a ma... [more]
At the little theatrical haven which is the Jermyn Street Theatre, we arrived on a sunny Saturday afternoon to see a m... [more]
01/03/2012 - 31/03/2012
There are a growing number of people avoiding the overpriced, over-sized popcorn and coke hard-sell in the large cin... [more]
I'm a great fan of Vietnamese cuisine with its freshness and feeling of fewer calories than your average Indian or C... [more]
For first-timers in London, I would certainly recommend that you go look at the famous sites: Big Ben, the London Ey... [more]
A good way to start the day are at the National Gallery or the National Portrait Gallery in Trafalgar Square (or both.... [more]
Silent black and white films are no stranger to me. Two of my favourites are Pandora's Box, starring the inimitable Lo... [more]
In the morning, pay a visit to Camden Market if you haven't been before. The Market is expanding, and I suspect that... [more]
Having lived in London for over 6 years now, and having eaten out quite a bit, here's my choice of London's best res... [more]
I've put together a list of the five best hotels that I can find in London. This is always going to be a subjective list... [more]
Knitting is popular and very trendy these days. It has come on in leaps and bounds in recent years and there is a re... [more]
Bumblee occupy three shops on the Brecknock Road in Kentish Town, and, along with beautiful Italian deli Salvino's... [more]
Michael Ball isn't the first person I would've thought of as perfect to play knife-wielding, pie content-providing S... [more]
10/03/2012 - 22/09/2012
Unsurprisingly, the Christmas Cracker was invented by a Victorian, Tom Smith, a baker from Clerkenwell. He discover... [more]
The Gagosian at Kings Cross is part of a chain of galleries, most of which can be found in the US (New York especial... [more]
10/11/2011 - 17/12/2011
1 Museums: There are of course the usual: British Museum, V&A and the Science Museum. But try out the Museum of Chil... [more]
Arguably London's oldest church (there's a bit of competition between it and St Paul's) St Bartholomew's is the most... [more]