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  • El Celler De Can Roca
    World's 50 best restaurants list 2015
    Over the last few days Instagram, Twitter, and other social media forums have been inundating the public with images and chatter of big name chefs in London. The media was abuzz with predictions and projections of the new order in the culinary...
  • Power of the people: Crowd lifts double-decker off trapped unicyclist in London
    Power of the people: Crowd lifts double-decker off trapped unicyclist in London
    The power of compassion was demonstrated in London yesterday as nearly 100 people rushed out of cafes, restaurants, shops and offices to help lift a double-decker bus off a unicyclist. According to reports, the unnamed victim was knocked down by...
  • Paul McCartney and Dave Grohl
    Paul McCartney treats fans again at second London show
    For his second show at the 02 in London on May 24,Paul McCartney again included the surprise song “Temporary Secretary,” added for the first London show. Also new to the show from the previous concert were “I'm Looking...
  • London sets international visitor record in 2014
    London sets international visitor record in 2014
    A record number of international tourists visited London in 2014, according to new statistics.The 17.4 million international visitors to the city last year was a 3.5 percent increase from the previous record of 16.8 million visits, which was set...
  • Tower of London
    London breaks tourism record; 17.4M visit the capital
    Visitors to London from North America have reached a five-year high.The British capital welcomed 2.3 million North American visitors in 2014, with the majority coming from the U.S.In all, the city attracted 17.4 million international visitors,...
  • London
    London Pass offers entry to dozens of attractions
    Travelers headed to London for summer vacation can save some pounds by using the London Pass, which allows entry to more than 60 major attractions across the capital and fast-track entry at some of the most popular ones where lines typically form...
  • Britian welcomes a new princess
    It's a girl! The United Kingdom has a new princess
    Buckingham Palace has officially announced the arrival of Prince William and Princess Catherine (Kate Middleton)'s second child, and, it's a girl! The baby was born at 8:02 AM in London today (Saturday, May 2, 2015) and, it is reported...
  • Street Artist Wanksy Draws Penises Around Potholes To Draw Attention
    Street Artist Wanksy Draws Penises Around Potholes To Draw Attention
    Potholes are a worldwide nuisance. Abundant on battered, weathered roads like meteor craters on a smaller scale (along with their devastating consequences) or surprising enough to be difficult to defect and timely avoid. A problem experienced by...
  • Burberry brings London to LA
    Burberry brings London to LA
    Britain came to L.A. Thursday night, when Burberry hosted a garden party and runway show at the Griffith Observatory with over 700 guests in attendance. There were no shortage of celebrities there with David, Victoria, Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and...
  • My London adventure - Day 3 - The London Helicopter Tour and Kurobuta dinner
    My London adventure - Day 3 - The London Helicopter Tour and Kurobuta dinner
    In early 2015, I had the opportunity to visit London and experience the best the city has to offer. I used visitlondon.com to plan my adventure as it's the perfect single source for for travelers for all things London. Travel and transit info,...
  • Style on the global streets.
    Men’s global street style: Milan, Istanbul, Madrid, London
    The world of Men’s fashion has recently made major strides, with the announcement this year of a section of The New York Times dedicated to men’s fashion and with Men’s Fashion Week going full force in the same major fashion...
  • My London adventure - Day 2 - Houses of Parliament and Tower Bridge
    My London adventure - Day 2 - Houses of Parliament and Tower Bridge
    After going to bed for the first night with the postcard view of Tower Bridge from my window at my serviced apartment at the Cheval Three Quays, I was excited to spend part of my second day in London touring two truly iconic structures, Tower...
  • 'Looking forward to the past'
    Art history in the making
    Finally. The wait has been long for a backlash against those bad boys of the gallery circuit, the ones given to affronting assaults on art, on aesthetics, on originality, on expression – you know who: Damien Hirst, who gave us machine-like...
  • A Small Indiscretion
    A youthful imprudence: Book review of ‘A Small Indiscretion’ by Jan Ellison
    Jan Ellison has created a patchwork quilt like story about a family in turmoil in A Small Indiscretion. The few things we know about Annie in the beginning is that her son was in a horrible car wreck and her childhood was spent in a house that was...
  • UnexplodedWW2Bomb
    London borough evacuated after WWII era bomb discovered
    Authorities evacuated residences and businesses in Bermondsey, Southwark after a 5-foot long, 1,000 pound World War II era bomb, complete with tail fin, was uncovered on a construction site in the heart of London on Monday, March 23. The Telegraph...
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