You might wonder why Peruvian cuisine has been all the rage in the last few years. A quick visit to Lima Floral in Covent Garden might answer that question
We know we've already told you loads and loads of unusual things to do in London but guess what? We've barely scratched the surface!
South Kensington is on the destination checklist of almost every tourist who wants to visit some interesting museums in London.
You don’t end up with a city population of over 8 million without attracting people with some unusual interests and passions. This is of course one of the many reasons we all love London – it can be home for all: the masses and the individual, the average and the eccentric.
For any Londoner, the tube is a godsend that gets you from point A to point B. The thirteen colour-coded lines intertwine like an electrical diagram, and are the most efficient manner of transport across the city as you head across the river and to the four furthest ends on the giant mechanical snakes that tunnel under and over the city’s networks.
Though it may seem like every other shop in London is a Zara, Tesco or Starbucks, there are still many eccentric, vibrant independent shops thriving among the high street mega-brands. Here is a small list of some of the best quirky shops in London.
For Londoners 277 is an important number, but most won't have a clue why. It just so happens that 277 is the number of hours the average Londoner spends commuting to and from work each year.
Mind the Gap. Wait for the green man. Caution: coffee is (not surprisingly!) hot. Don’t use heavy machinery under the influence. The world is full of don’ts, health and safety warnings and protection measures designed to keep us safe, keep us healthy and – perhaps most importantly for those with the signs – to keep us from suing.