I have lived in London for just over 17 years now and have tried most tourism experiences from the very well known to the rather esoteric.
You can learn a lot about London by finding out about the history of its toilets or loos. It is quite unbelievable how many of London’s Loos come with a story.
For a cost of £120 guests receive four gin-based cocktails, a bottle of personalised gin and a bottle of Portobello Road Gin – fantastic value for money.
One of my favourite tourist attractions in London is the fantastic Dennis Sever’s House. Dennis Sever’s house is a living and breathing museum.
London is famous for its fantastic afternoon teas. There are so many to choose from these days that it can be a bit overwhelming.
The railway opened in 1927. Although it was designed for mail rather than people the stations actually resembled tube stations as did the sounds.