It’s Greenwich Time

A district of south London known as Greenwich holds a place of universal importance.  Not because The Queen’s House, located here, served as the residence for several generations of British royals including Henry VIII.  Nor for the fact that it is the site of  the world’s largest maritime museum, the National Maritime Museum or that it holds

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Visiting the British Museum

Located in the refined, quiet district of Bloomsbury, the British Museum is in a prime location for lovers of culture. With independent bookshops, tranquil gardens and intellectual venues hosting a range of exhibits and events, Bloomsbury feels like a world away from the brash and busy streets which surround it. At its heart is the

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Tower of London

I find it ironic that so many tourists come to visit a place that was originally designed to keep others out.  While a visit to the Tower of London may have been an unpleasant experience during medieval times, by today’s standards it is a not to be missed adventure when visiting London. Dating back to 1066,

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