Anglophile Blog

London Neighborhood Guide – Where to Stay

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LONDON is a very large and cosmopolitan city made up of many small communities that have grown together. Because of this historic past, the neighborhoods of this great city are all very different. Knightsbridge is very different when compared to Covent Garden or Kensington while Mayfair has a history and personality all its own. The

Sample Itinerary for first time visitors to London – London Connection

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 Day 1: GETTING SETTLED Arrive London  —  Meet the London Connection driver after clearing Her Majesty’s Customs in the MEETING HALL.  The driver will have a sign with the arriving party’s name.  The driver will take you directly to your accommodation, alerting the let-in people that you have arrived and are on your way to the

Suggested London Itinerary for Families with Children

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London is an amazing place.  Full of sites and activities that delight all of the senses. This never ending array of choices makes London a fantastic place to take children, but it can get overwhelming as you consider what, when, and how to make the most of your visit. I have put together a sample

Christmas in London!

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Holiday Season in London! There are fun activities and interesting sites for every taste in London leading up to the holiday season. Whether it’s ice skating in the park, Shopping on Regent Street, Or meeting some real live Reindeer at the London Zoo The holiday season is a sparkling and vibrant time to visit London.

Autumn Harvest: Food in London

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For many of us the cooler weather that signals the end of summer is a welcome harbinger of things to come.  The time for warm comfort food, oversized sweaters, and fuzzy boots is right around the corner. In London this magical crisp weather also means that visitors to London are looking for some great fresh