SE1 is home to the vintage equivalent of a royal palace. This shop is like a history of fashion and interiors from the 1930sâ€“1980s.
Kayaking is a great workout challenge and a fun way to soak up the rare London sun. We recently found the perfect place to pick up a paddle - right in the heart of East London. The Castle Canoe Club is a canoe/kayak club based at the West Reservoir Centre, a tranquil body of water just off Green Lanes, Stoke Newington.
If you've ever taken a trip down stream with the Thames Clippers river boat service you may have noticed a large circular pub as you wind round towards the Isle of Dogs. This pub is now named The Old Salt Quay.
Associations of being on the end of a switchblade in deepest Whitechapel will always conjure up images of fog-bound Victoriana. But that shouldnâ€™t stop you taking a trip into latter-day Whitechapel (as yet still ungentrified - but theyâ€™ll get you my pretty, oh yes) and heading for Jack the Clipper for the shave of your life.
Located right in the heart of the city, LibertyÂ London is a high-end, boutique department store housed in a stunning early 20thth century building which covers six floors.
Motherâ€™s Day is looming closer. The 30th March is a day to show gratitude to your mother for all her love and support.
It is nearly that time of year again. The 17th March - the day the inhabitants of the Emerald Isle, those with Celtic blood, and just about everybody else, celebrates St Patrick's Day in London.
If you have been lucky enough to visit any of the HachĂ©Â restaurants in Shoreditch, Chelsea, Camden or Clapham, you will know that this is no regular burger joint.