London Blog Posts

Book Review: The One-Cent Magenta by James Barron

As a former stamp collector, even though never to the levels the people in the book are depicted, I was looking forward to read this book.

Winter Wonderland Tea at the Chesterfield Hotel Mayfair 

Winter Wonderland Tea at the Chesterfield Hotel, Mayfair is a must. This festive season we seem to have spent more of our time in hotels than ever before, if you take into account the fact that we haven’t left London. With a fabulous two night...
by PREGNANTCITYGIRL on Jan 5, 2017

17th Century Whitehall, Part I by Katherine Pym

Whitehall Palace Whitehall Palace was a sprawling conglomerate of buildings that made no sense or order. Today, only the Banqueting House remains.  Part I, A quick history: In the 13th century, Whitehall was called York Place. It was not a palac...
by Books We Love Insider Blog on Jan 4, 2017

Industrial Coffee Table With Wheels

The post Industrial Coffee Table With Wheels appeared first on Modern Wood Interior - Home Design - Kitchen Cabinets.
by Modern Home Interior Design on Dec 30, 2016

10 Best New Movies For The Year – Best Movies to Watch [Must Watch]

10 Best New Movies For The Year – Best Movies to Watch – This year has been an exciting one for movie lovers. From Game of Thrones to Dead Pool the big names in movie industries keep satisfying our viewing taste with amazing movies. Well,...
by Meridian24 on Dec 18, 2016

Namaste London: 5 reasons why I want to visit London now!

“You are nowIn London, that great sea, whose ebb and flowAt once is deaf and loud, and on the shoreVomits its wrecks, and still howls on for more.Yet in its depth what treasures!”― Percy Bysshe ShelleyThe capital city of England and the United...
by My Yatra Diary... on Dec 14, 2016

‘Tis the season.

Where has the time gone? Halloween and Bonfire Night have both been and gone and Christmas is right around the corner! Picking up where I left off last time, we didn’t end up dressing up as characters from The Rocky Horror Picture Show for Hall...
by Chimmyville on Dec 11, 2016

Book Review: Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel

I truly enjoyed Ms. Mantel’s writing, it is sharp, distinct and lively.

Barbering by Katherine Pym

King Henry VIII with Barber-Surgeons GuildFirst, a little technical history:Back in the day, monks were barber-surgeons. They took care of all men's needs, from spiritual to the physical. They groomed men and performed surgery on them. It was a monop...
by Books We Love Insider Blog on Dec 4, 2016

Hadrian's News in Brief

Any archaeologist will tell you that dealing with press is always fun; you may get all the right words—but not necessarily in the right order, so I am reasonably happy with results of a recent press briefing to my local paper,  The Hexham Cour...

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Dear customer,Congratulations please check your bank account,your fund ofUS$12.8 million has been transferred to your bank account.Gordon WilliamsBARCLAYS BANK LONDON.williamsgordon7@aol.com+442038085314Email analysis :NOTE : williamsgordon7@aol.comN...
by Scam on Dec 2, 2016

Fun Facts Friday: You Only Live Twice by Ian Fleming

The story was written after the film Dr. No was released, literary 007 gotten some of cinematic Bond’s persona.

Moments of Melbourne, Part 9 - Saturday, December 1st, 1956

Whenever Hungarian athletes competed at the 1956 Melbourne Olympics, it was a highly emotional affair. The bloody ending to the revolution in their home country, caused by the invasion of Soviet tanks, earned them sympathy around the world and also i...
by Olympic Century on Nov 30, 2016

Moments of Melbourne, Part 7 - Thursday, November 29th, 1956

It took Christopher Brasher 8 minutes and 41.2 seconds to finish first in the Olympic 3000 meters steeplechase finals. But to get to the top of the podium, he had to endure more than three hours of waiting. The dramatic race on the afternoon of Novem...
by Olympic Century on Nov 28, 2016

Burberry spot Με ένα αριστούργημα γιορτάζει 160 χρόνια παρουσίας

by astro boudoir on Nov 3, 2016

SO..What's Going On- Cambrdge..

The Cambridge Art Fair.I am very exited to have my new work on show in this years Cambridge Art Fair,Thanks to the Dublin Gallery who represents me in Ireland, the Doorway Gallery. The above image shows how the display of some of my work looks t...
by Jackie Edwards Art on Sep 29, 2016

SO..What's Going On- Cambrdge..

The Cambridge Art Fair.I am very exited to have my new work on show in this years Cambridge Art Fair,Thanks to the Dublin Gallery who represents me in Ireland, the Doorway Gallery. The above image shows how the display of some of my work looks t...
by Jackie Edwards Art on Sep 29, 2016

Prom Dresses from Sherry London

I have been exploring a lot with Pinterest and lately, my pins are mostly about gowns and wedding dresses. I do not actually check most of the original pinners but I remember pinning one of the prom dresses that Pinterest suggested: this beautiful go...
by Budget Fashion Seeker on Sep 12, 2016

British Airways i360 London New Attraction

Just when you think you have been there and done it all well almost in London, this amazing city yields another amazing attraction right along Brighton’s world-famous seafront- the British Airways i360. Being the world’s tallest moving observatio...
by Travelibur on Sep 6, 2016

London airport closed due to Black Lives Matter protest

UK police have arrested at least seven Black Lives Matter (BLM) activists in connection to a protest that forced authorities to cancel all flights at the London City Airport.The incident happened on Tuesday morning, when a nu...
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