113 Things To See And Do In London

Herbert Howard
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113 great things to see and do in London.

Albert Bridge, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Camden Market, Camden Museums, Chelsea Physic Garden, Cheyne Walk, Chinatown, Clink Prison Museum, Clockmaker's Museum, Covent Garden, Convent Garden Pubs, Docklands Light Railway, Eating Out - Bloomsbury, Eating Out - Brick Lane, Eating Out - Camden, Eating Out - Islington, Eating Out - Knightsbridge and Chelsea, Eating Out - Soho/Chinatown, Eating Out - South Bank, Eating Out – Twickenham, Florence Nightingale Museum, Food Markets, Gabriel’s Wharf, Geffrye Museum, Green Park, Greenwich, Greenwich Market, Gurkha, Hamleys, Hampstead Heath, Hampton Court Palace, Hard Rock Café and then of course there is even more.
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About the author

Herbert writes books about faraway, exciting places. He is addicted to travel and finds any excuse to pack his bags and leave on another adventure.
 

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Publisher
Herbert Howard
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Published on
Oct 24, 2013
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Pages
57
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Language
English
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Genres
Travel / Europe / Great Britain
Travel / General
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