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... role in the world’s business markets. The city is a crucial commercial and economic hub, which can be witnessed by the numerous businesses and companies that have their headquarters centred here. With so much going for it is no wonder that it is also one of the most expensive cities in the world. The city boasts of some of the finest luxury hotels in Europe and has numerous five star hotels for guests to stay in sheer luxury and comfort. On the other ...
Our last week in Europe was spent in good old London, spending quality time with friends, doing a bit of sightseeing, too much drinking and eating and quite frankly, a LOT of sleeping, after all the adrenaline from the Swiss departure and quitting work had finally left our bodies. Daily lie ins till 11am and afternoon naps had become the norm. It's a tough life.
... Summer Series
This is one of the bet series of the city. People in London love open air events and hence this event has become very much popular in the city these days. This event is celebrated in the heart of the capital. You can enjoy the best performance by whilst artists at the grand eighteenth-century courtyard, very near to the river Thames. Other artists also contribute such as Adele, Bloc Party, Amy Wine house and Grace Jones.
... are not that much comfortable with the idea of hiring a travel agent, then also it is pretty cool as you get to visit London in a convenient manner. You can spend as much time as you wish in and around the famous places without having to worry about the time factor. London is more than a giant metropolis and it is often considered to be a megapolis which is repleted with cultural eccentricity and dipped in historical magnificence. London caters to all ...
... rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 13px; line-height: normal;">I ventured into the city to continue my quest for a pair trainers. Today, like most weekends it seems, the Jubilee line was down and there were lots of replacement buses around. I like taking the bus. It gives you a far greater sense of direction, you realise how close stations actually are and you get to see so much more of London.