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November 17, 2019
From Waterloo station head to the Thames river. You'll see the London Eye, Parliament House and Big Ben to your left. Head right and walk along the waterfront - it's a hive of activity and people. There is the Royal Festival Hall, The Hayward Art Gallery, the National Theatre, and further down the…
November 12, 2019
Stunning here 12 minutes train ride from Earlsfield to Waterloo and you are here . Lots of museums, restaurants and of course the London Eye.
October 26, 2019
Very nice for a walk along the river Thames - we advise taking the clipper boat (cheap!) along the river to Greenwich and back (go to Westminster as it is direct on jubilee line)
October 25, 2019
Watch The Spectacular NYE Show From A Front Row Position On The River Thames!
October 19, 2019
A long stretch alongside the thames with Tate Gallery, National Theatre, Southbank Centre and lots of other places. A good way to do it is to start at London Bridge and walk down Bus number 48 goes straight there or tube from Bethnal Green and change at bank.

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“Great for a rainy or sunny day. Do not miss the top floor terrace with views over the Thames and St Paul's Cathedral. Walk around Southbank and stop by any of its restaurants. ”
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“One of Europe's great art houses, Tate Britain specializies in British paintings from the 16th Century through to modern times. It displays good examples of William Blake religious sketches and the Pre-Raphaelites' naturalistic and detailed art, Gainsborough's aristocratic ladies and the best collection anywhere of J.M.W Turner's swirling works.”
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“Leicester (LESS-ter) Square is a small park surrounded by glitzy cinema houses. It sits smack in the middle of the theatre district-ground zero for London's enticing offerings or flashy musicals, intimate plays starring big-name actors and much more. Here is the entertainment centre of London., a statue of Shakespeare looks out, as if pondering the quote chiseled into his pedestal. "There is no darkness but ignorance". Charlie Chaplin facing the bard, was a Londoner, the child of music-hall performers. The squares movie theatres are famous for hosting red-carpet movie premieres. When Tom Cruise, Angelina Jolie or Brad Pritt needs a publicity splash it'll likely be here. ”
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“Dean's Yard is built on the site of The Elms and the former monastery farmyard. Since the 18th century there have been three rows of trees and a central green here, but the high railings surrounding it were removed in 1967. The yard now features a number of large trees, including London planes, a red horse chestnut, a tulip tree, maple and sycamore. Smaller trees include silver birches and a medlar. The surrounding buildings are in an attractive ‘collegiate' style. The site is used by Westminster School as an occasional football pitch.”
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“Once a medieval moated castle and playground to Henry VIII, what’s left of Eltham Castle and its Great Hall is often overshadowed by the manor house and beautiful gardens. Head over in summer for art deco exhibitions, jousting competitions and family picnic days!”
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