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Went to Kingston-upon-Thames, about 20-25 minute train ride from Waterloo station.
It's an old market town on the river with huge variety of really lovely old buildings based around the market square, lots of little lanes, and a couple of more modern shopping centres as well. Has all the "high street" shops.
I had picked it because it has the closest Taking Shape for clothes (we know them in Australia and NZ as TS), Hotter for ...
... find something special for yourself or your loved ones. If you are a tourist you can also choose Notting Hill as your accommodation base and book rooms in London Premiere Notting hill. You will feel like a local in Notting hill when you stay in the hotel and see the magic of Notting hill so close.
- Apart from the Portobello Market, some other places that are worth the visit are Ladbroke Grove, Kensington Park road ...
The city of London has got a whole number of historical attractions, nightclubs, restaurants, shopping streets, etc. which make the city worth visiting. The various activities keep one engaged all day long giving him no time to feel left out. With a plethora of places to visit and a myriad of things to do, the busy world capital surely knows how to make travelers urge for more and more during their respective visits to the city.
... Ultimate Frisbee. Tyler was struck with the grand idea that we should follow the World’s Top 100 Cocktail Bars listing for our post-picnic drink. According to the list, Artesian at the Langham Hotel in London was #1 so naturally, we decided we must try #1. We did and it was a great experience. Unlike the top cocktail bars in NYC, this was really easy to get in without calling ahead. The highlight of Artesian was Tyler’s drink called the Weekend Lover. ...
We had a nice sit in Trafalgar Square just watching the world go by. A very busy place! Then off for a stroll through the West End, looking at all the shops. We sat and had our lunch in the tiny Soho Square. Then a walk back through more shops and Covent Gardens Market. HEAPS of people out and about ...