A Taste of London

A Taste of London
A Taste of London Fast Facts

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Ask 100 people what's great about London and you get 100 different answers

Ask 100 people what's great about London and you get 100 different answers Now hear what they are! Way2GoGuides asked people what they love about London and crafted their answers into the perfect day. Packed with suggestions, tips and ideas - from what's for breakfast to where's open after the nightclubs, spend an entertaining 24 hours in the city with A Taste of London - a guide told by the people who know best.

Download our free FastFacts for helpful information on planning your visit to London and suggestions for making the most of your experience. Duration: 23:27

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A useful London website VisitLondon

Three interesting pubs:
The Crown and Sugarloaf just off Fleet Street is beautifully restored with gleaming mirrors, glass and tiles Pubs.com. The Olde Cheshire Cheese off Fleet Street is a rabbit warren of Dickensian wood panelled rooms Pubs.com. The Lamb in Bloomsbury has Victorian snob screens at the bar - head height revolving etched glass panels to allow the drinker privacy Pubs.com

A hidden treasure in Westminster
The Jewel Tower is a remnant of the mediaeval royal palace. English Heritage

London map
Phyllis Pearsall walked every one of London’s 23,000 streets to make the first A to Z map in 1936. It is now an iconic product. London A to Z

At the Wolseley Hotel on Piccadilly or find a local café in TimeOut

London's best known corner shop Harrods


Cockney rhyming slang
Much from an 1859 book on GoogleBooks still appears in modern usage at CockneyRhymingSlang

Where to eat
Plenty of recent reviews on SquareMeal


A choice concert hall
Tucked away behind Oxford Street the Wigmore Hall is a famous venue for chamber recitals.

Brixton’s famous venues
Live music at the Academy and clubbing at the Fridge


Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace
A video on the British Monarchy website

British Film Institute
The cinemas on the Southbank including the IMAX are run by the BFI


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Reviewed by: Todd in NYC
I laugh everytime i hear the lady lost for words at the Tower of London. Some great first hand suggestions.
Date Posted : 06/04/2009 17:31:00