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Foyles Bookshop
113 - 119 Charing Cross Rd
Posted 3 Jan 2016
Spread over several floors, Foyles is quite simply a book-lover's paradise. You will find books on p...
400 Oxford Street
Posted 3 Jan 2016
Located on busy Oxford Street, Selfridges is a large department store spread over several levels, an...
Hamleys London - Regent Street
188-196 Regent Street
Posted 3 Jan 2016
Another of those iconic London stores but this one aimed at children - or the child in everyone. Sp...
Liberty London
Regent Street
Posted 3 Jan 2016
Liberty's is beautiful - that's really the bottom line. From the Tudor architecture to the Liberty ...
Wagamama - Fleet Street
109 Fleet Street
Posted 3 Jan 2016
We make a point of eating at Wagamama each time we go to London and in the past, have mostly eaten a...
Gerrard Street & Lisle Street
Posted 3 Jan 2016
If you want authentic and good Chinese food, Chinatown is the place to go. The entire area, like Ch...
Leicester Square
Leicester Square
Posted 3 Jan 2016
The heart of cinema and theatre land, Leicester Square is where it all comes together. In winter, a...
Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace Road
Posted 3 Jan 2016
The swatches of people who come to see "Buck House" never cease to amaze me. And yes, it's somethin...
Posted 3 Jan 2016
Knightsbridge is one of the preeminent London addresses. Fine architecture, fine restaurants and ve...
Harvey Nichols
109-125 Knightsbridge
Posted 3 Jan 2016
Some may remember Harvey Nicks, as it's affectionately called, from the Absolutely Fabulous sketches...
Tate Modern
53 Bankside
Posted 2 Jan 2016
A huge art gallery/museum, on the bank of the Thames, dedicated to showcasing modern art. A word of...
London Underground
Posted 2 Jan 2016
I love walking and usually prefer to do so than using the tube / London Underground, but if you need...