Anglophile Blog

Upcoming events in London

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There is always something exciting happening in London. Each month, each season, each holiday brings a new experience that will add to your London memories. In order for you to immerse yourself in London’s culture, we have compiled a list of events that are happening in London for the next several months. Our London Connection

9 Steps From London Heathrow Airport to Your London Doorstep

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Many of our guests arrive at the Heathrow Airport and want to be prepared for what will happen after they get off of the plane. We put together the NINE STEPS of the normal process so you won’t be anxious of the unknown. We suggest you take advantage of our car service through David Norman,

Top 13 Most Romantic Places to Visit During Your Honeymoon in London

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You know those fairy-tale weddings where the Princess marries her Prince Charming? Well, after your beautiful wedding surrounded by friends and family, why not travel to where the royalty actually live? That’s right — come to London! All of us at London Connection have taken the opportunity to spend time in London with our sweethearts.

London Climate: What Can I Expect? Will We Need Air Conditioning?

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What kind of weather can you expect when you travel to London? Will you get too cold, or too warm? Many American have become accustomed to air conditioning and get concerned that they might have discomfort when traveling in the summer months. How you react to London weather will probably be influenced by where you

The 11 Greatest Things to Do in London During The Summer

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Some say that summer in London doesn’t begin until July 22nd. You may wonder why this particular date has been selected? Well, that is the day when Buckingham Palace officially opens its doors and staterooms for guests to visit and view the splendor while the Royal Family is “summering” at Balmoral in Scotland. Of course,

The British Monarchy – Long Live Our Noble Queen

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The Queen of England  — the British Queen — is an ANOMALY  — she not only survives; she thrives. For years I have watched the life of a lady to whom a nation sings “God save our gracious Queen; Long live our noble Queen; Send her Victorious; long to reign over us.” Somehow she makes