London Travel Articles
Seven Places to Run a Destination Marathon Race on Your Travels Abbie Mood recommends seven unique races around the world that are great for a first timer or a seasoned marathoner. The World’s Best Cities for Viewing Street Art Street art has always been cool, but in the 21st century it’s become an art. Jessica Allen discusses 9 cities whose art and artists are worth checking out. How to Save Money on London Theatre Hotels London is one of the most expensive cities in the world, but Susan Radcliffe has some great tips for saving money on theatre hotels. A Common Love for “Footie” (As Londoners Call It) Traveling alone for the first time can be tough, but a Travelwriter Diane shows how a common love for soccer can bring people together. Haunt of Kings, Queens and “Coylers” in Greater London Kabukabu Ikwueme explores a treasured little corner of English countryside bequeathed to all with its ancient woods still intact. Murder and Mayhem in London Part III – Jack the Ripper In Murder and Mayhem Part III, Anne-Sophie Redisch tells of Jack the Ripper and the benefits of beer vs. gin. Murder and Mayhem in London Part II – Execution Dock, Tyburn, Smithfield and other beastly business In part II of 700 Years of Murder and Mayhem in London, Anne-Sophie Redisch suggest some sordid spectator sports. Or perhaps you'd rather go to the barber? 700 Years of Murder and Mayhem in London: Part I – The Bridges of London This Halloween, Anne-Sophie Redisch takes you through 700 years of London Murder and Mayhem. First off in this three-part series: The Bridges of London. A New Home in London for the Ol’ Bard – Shakespeare’s Globe The Shakespeare's Globe theatre is a faithful reconstruction, at London's Bankside, of the original Globe Theatre in which William Shakespeare previewed and performed in some of his greatest works during the late 16th century. Australian actor Chris Herden looks at the new theatre's cultural significance as a performance space and learning centre, how the reconstruction came about through the determination of American actor Sam Wannamaker and interviews marketing director Andrew MacNair. Secret of Happiness, London Style – England, United Kingdom, Europe John M. Edwards is confronted by an aggro Cockney in Hyde Park, London, England.