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My WeekendNotes - 50
Is Brazilian Portuguese your next step in learning foreign languages? Have you watched football World Cup 2014 in Bra... [more]
Your chance to see contemporary artists in one borough and feel the vibe. Do you like events that feature many artis... [more]
30/09/2014 - 31/10/2014
With many cultural events taking place around London every day it's really hard to work your head around them. But with ... [more]
Yo-Yo Kitchen is a great place to try real Japanese sushi and delicious green tea I am a sushi fan. And when my frien... [more]
Young photographer Lewis Bush is recalling things which Europe is forgetting about easily. The one million marks... [more]
17/09/2014 - 26/09/2014
October Gallery is kicking off the AW14 season with exhibition of Ghanaian artist Owusu-Ankomah that takes visitors into... [more]
18/09/2014 - 25/10/2014
London Design Festival 2014 is coming to an end and you've just realised that you haven't had a chance to see anything? ... [more]
15/09/2014 - 21/09/2014
Whether you're looking to make savings in your budget or you just want to get a free haircut, you can volunteer as a mod... [more]
Designer boutique Feathers is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a series of photographs by Jay McLaughin. Several pi... [more]
01/09/2014 - 30/09/2014
If you're looking for a café with decent food that is not pricey and based in an interesting area, then visit the one lo... [more]
Hidden in the calmness of Old Gloucester Street in Holborn is the October Gallery, a place to contemplate art, eat lunch... [more]
London underground consists of 11 different lines and 270 stations, not counting the DLR and London Overground. You woul... [more]
Whether you have a young family or you're a grown-up single you'll enjoy Saturday Spectacular concerts by Southbank Sinf... [more]
Against the rain, we set out on a photography journey around Hampstead Heath. Whether you have extensive experien... [more]
King's College is not only a great place to study but also to pray and reflect in its stunning chapel at the Strand Camp... [more]
Fernandez & Wells; a perfect spot for a chat with a friend, time with your laptop or a moment of break with cup of coffe... [more]
Saving good travellers from bad coffee at the busiest train station in Britain. There is a light for coffee lovers i... [more]
If you want to find tranquillity away from the hustle and bustle of the Strand, go down to Victoria Embankment and disco... [more]
Chilled out cafes and little shops selling things you cannot get somewhere else in Clerkenwell, and the calm and traditi... [more]
After visiting "Thinking with the Body" at the Wellcome Collection your perception of dance and art is never going to ... [more]
28/09/2013 - 13/10/2013
When you enter Allan's Cafe you see this lovely inscription: "All our visitors bring happiness. Some by coming, others b... [more]
I was excited when I finally planned a visit to Greenwich with its rich heritage and well-known attractions. At the same... [more]
Two buildings and one city. Two opposite sides of that city and one architecture style. The Hoover Building and Carrera... [more]
The end of summer is a perfect time to add some designer clothes to your wardrobe. Even though this year's heat wave ... [more]
As to my surprise, there are still some hidden tresasures on the underground network. I wouldn't have a clue about d... [more]
Whether you want to relax this summer with some good music or just eat lunch in different surrounding, you should head t... [more]
06/09/2013 - 29/11/2013
If you are looking for a smart guide to London, then look no further. "The Most Amazing Places to Visit in London" has ... [more]
If you are looking for a place for a weekend break near London, Eastbourne, with its beaches, places to visit and paths ... [more]
Tea and Tattle with Arthur Probsthain bookshop is a great idea for "after" or "before" the visit to the British Museum. ... [more]
There are plenty Polish shops around London. The key is which to choose for the best products and what is worth trying. ... [more]
This spring and summer there a lot of bike rides on the horizon. Choose one or more, get fit and raise money for charity... [more]
01/01/2013 - 31/12/2013
Let London be a beginning for a wonderful journey. London is not only an amazing tourist attraction in itself but it... [more]
Celebrate 150 years of London's underground in your own way. Every day, most Londoners take the tube at least twice ... [more]
In the routine and rush of daily life, there is not much time to really see and experience the city we live in. In addit... [more]
You can run for yourself and help other at the same time. It's all thanks to Good Gym, an organisation based in East Lo... [more]
Lunch hour usually relates to food but it doesn't have to. There is such a wide range of activities you can do within on... [more]
Friendly staff, number of books and a positive intellectual atmosphere you don't experience everywhere. These are only a... [more]
Michelin House, located in Chelsea, is worth exploring. Due to its internal and external architecture, it can be called ... [more]
For over two decades, the month of October in the UK is marked by celebration of Black History Month. It includes discus... [more]
01/10/2012 - 31/10/2012
It has been around two months since I moved to London and the city has already surprised me a lot. Find out what's diffe... [more]
Unless you have some friends who are Ethiopian you probably don't know that this nation celebrates its new year's day on... [more]
M&M's world is worth visiting, even if you're not the biggest fan of colorful candies. You never know when you will beco... [more]
Living in London may seem hectic – crowds on the sidewalks, on the streets, in the tube. Everyone is running somewhere. ... [more]
During three days of rainy July, Chelsea Old Town Hall walls hid lots of designer clothes. Those who knew that could rea... [more]
If you don't enjoy watching sport reports in the pub or you're bored with watching it at your own place, try Sport Café ... [more]
London's Centre for Built Environment is a must for those who are interested in urban development. It's also highly reco... [more]
Until the end of September you can enjoy free performances at the Scoop, More London, just next to the river Thames. The... [more]
28/07/2012 - 28/09/2012
Running can be a pleasure if you have different routes to choose from. In Brixton and around, you'll for sure not feel b... [more]
A walk to Buckingham Palace doesn't need to be dull and expected. Just turn once or twice off the beaten track to find... [more]
Upper Tachbrook Street starts with vintage shop and ends with a Spanish restaurant. Maybe it doesn't have everything, bu... [more]