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Writer Rank: 74
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Readers: 2555
Subscribers: 3
Articles: 18
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My WeekendNotes - 18
Once upon a time London was a city brimming with breweries, with fifty-two of them recorded in the Annnuel Register of ... [more]
Calling all rugby fans - the World Rugby Museum at Twickenham Stadium is just the place to explore all things rugby. A... [more]
Money, money, money - everybody uses it, what would we do without it? Interesting to have, but interesting to see? Actua... [more]
It was Gandhi who said "there is more to life than just increasing its speed" and in these days of super-fast transport ... [more]
Situated in serene Kensington Gardens, London's Serpentine Gallery (named for the nearby Serpentine Lake) is loved for i... [more]
A muggy midsummer's day in the city. You long for the cool of a leafy green woodland, to wander down shady paths to the ... [more]
London's a scintillating city, but when you feel the need for a bit of a country retreat - well, it's just a bus ride aw... [more]
London is renowned for having everything a city could offer, but for those seeking more of a "great outdoors" experience... [more]
London's west end is famous for the quality of it's shows but for those who prefer their theatre taken with a breath of ... [more]
London is a city of gardens large and small, but the Chelsea Physic Garden is unique in being the oldest botanical garde... [more]
One of the fascinating things about London is its contrasts, and the London Wetland Centre in Barnes is one of the most ... [more]
It begins with a bit of wood, paper mache or perhaps cloth, then a puppeteer to provide movement and voice. And suddenly... [more]
Once the country home of the Bishops of London and still owned by the Church of England, Fulham Palace is a fusion of ar... [more]
London may be the centre of the universe, but when it's time for a getaway "London by the Sea" fits the bill. Hop on a t... [more]
Ah, the seaside! Sunny skies and ocean breezes, misty blue vistas and sticks of sweet rock. Holidays by the seashore ar... [more]
One of the greatest joys of London is it's magnificent buildings, and once a year in September everyone has the chance t... [more]
19/09/2009
London is a city that abounds in historic buildings and splendid gardens and none is more worthy of a visit Syon House, ... [more]
Londoners are used to the regular rise and fall of the River Thames as it snakes its way through the urban buzz, and tho... [more]