Top 3 Alternatives for a Hotel in London

We’ve all been there, scouring the web for a great deal on the perfect place to stay in London. Location, cost and ease of booking can all be factors when choosing a hotel. Somewhere close enough to the central areas; the City of London, Kensington and London Bridge, can be costly when thinking about the …

1. August 2019

Where to Nosh Late Night in London

Well, you’ve done it again: Gone out with friends for a quick evening pint – then, all of a sudden it’s 9:30 p.m. and you’re so starving you could gobble down a chicken burger that’s been sitting under the warmer since lunch. It’s time to step out of your fast food comfort zone and upgrade …

2. April 2019

Don’t Miss Festivals & Events in London: December (Non-Denominational) Edition

It’s December and London is all abuzz with festivities celebrating the holidays! Well, this isn’t that list. We’ve done our research to find the best events and activities for the month that are decidedly NOT related to any denominational holiday. For the most part, our picks will keep you indoors and out of the chill …

2. April 2019

A Foodie’s Guide for the Kitchen in an Extended Stay Abroad

So, you’ve booked that awesome long term rental space in a land famed for its fantastic cuisine and you’re ready to test your culinary talents. It’s a foodie’s dream scenario, until you realize that you’ll be leaving your home kitchen and most of your gourmet tools behind. Well, fear not: Any country with a celebrated …

22. January 2018

London for Literary Buffs: No Kindles Allowed

London is a book-lover’s dream, especially considering the vast number of excellent writers that have called Britain home – dating all the way back to Chaucer, Shakespeare, and whoever wrote Beowulf. Whether you’ve got a few days or you’re one of the lucky ones calling London home for an extended stay, there’s no shortage of …

15. January 2018

How-To’s for Haggling in a Foreign Country

In many parts of the world, the price marked on an item is just an invitation to enter into negotiations. Haggling is accepted – and often expected – as a way to reach a compromise between the buyer hoping for a bargain and the vendor seeking to make a sale. But if you’re on the …

27. December 2017
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