YadinIf you want to see the city of London’S panoramic views. This is the best option for you. We bought our ticketd online minites before arriving there and we got in with not too much waiting in line. the views are amazing.
E23***53This is a must go place is London. There is a big park infront where you can sit and relax. Though you can enter the palace you can see the guard parad and also can take some nice pictures with the door.
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Address - Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN, United Kingdom (2 minutes walk from Charing Cross Station)
Highlights - Art museum. Various England’s Art pieces. Famous art paintings.
Avg. Price per Person - FREE for locals and tourists
Rating - 5/5
For my museumgoer, this should be one of the place to visit when you are in London!
I think roughly you will spend 1 - 2 hours in the gallery, if you like to talk a slow stroll and enjoy the art pieces. What you can expect when you go to the Gallery is that you can get to see a huge array of different art from all around the world and also from different time periods.
As the ticket is free for locals and tourists, I would recommend going there with family, friends or even alone.
Once you complete your tour around the gallery, there will be a very large gift shop near the left side at Level 1 - you can be able to purchase postcards, art materials, key chains and etc!
From prison to palace, treasure vault to private zoo, the magnificent Tower of London has fulfilled many different roles down the centuries. One of Britain's most iconic structures, this spectacular World Heritage Site offers hours of fascination for visitors curious about the country's rich history - after all, so much of it happened here. Inside the massive White Tower, built in 1078 by William the Conqueror, is the 17th-century Line of Kings with its remarkable displays of royal armaments and armor.
Built to mark London's millennium celebrations in 2000, the London Eye (officially the Coca-Cola London Eye) is Europe's largest observation wheel. Its individual glass capsules offer the most spectacular views of the city as you embark on a circular tour rising 443 feet above the Thames. The journey lasts close to 30 minutes, often quicker than the time spent lining up for your turn. If you can, reserve your time in advance.
The best option is to skip the line completely with a London Eye: Skip-the-Line Ticket. This advance ticket allows you to take a flight at any time on the day you plan to visit. If you can afford it, rent one of the private capsules and share the experience with friends and family! 👨👩👧👦
Address - 32 London Bridge Street, London, SE1 9SG (Located just beside London Bridge Station!)
Highlights - View of London City. Creative Interlocking Menu!
Avg. Price per Person - £30 - £50
Rating - 5/5
If you are looking for a perfect place for sunset cocktails and late-night drinks, this will be the right place!!
It took me a week to be able to reserve a slot for the sunset cocktails and I definitely don't reget about it! Although there is booking, but when I reached there, my friends and I still waited for around 30 minutes to be able to get up.
One of my favourite is the special cocktails menu where you can choose the drinks depending on what you like and you can be surprised with the outcome! Also, was very lucky that was given the seating near to the view and managed to catch sunsets! Trust me, I will want to go back again!
Do note that there is a £30 minimum spend applicable per person. So if you are looking for a cheaper alternative you may want to make a reservation for the Viewing Gallery instead.
Dinobites Cafe, a restaurant located in West , offers an all-dinosaur interior concept. The owner, husband and wife Andra and Debora told BARECA, Dinobites started in 2014 and is present through food bazaars. Seeing the enthusiasm of consumers, Andra and Debora also opened DinobitesCafe in 2017 with an all-dinosaur concept. "Dinobites Cafe is here dominated by bright pastel colors with a fun, energetic interior concept and an affordable food and drink menu," Debora said. Dinobites Cafe's Special Menu Since the beginning of Dinobites' establishment, the signature menu is Chicken Bites which is equipped with 2 Dinobites special sauces, there is also a Chicken Rice Bowl which offers a variety of sauce options such as mayo, cheese, honey mustard, BBQ chili sauce, Thai chili and green chili. For spicy lovers, there is Sambal Matah Rice Bowl with 2 choices of meat, dory fish and chicken. Egg fans can enjoy the Salted Egg Rice Bowl with sunny side up egg or Chicken Butter Parmesan Rice Bowl. In addition to the food menu, Dinobites Cafe also has variants of cheese drinks such as Signature Cheese Tea, Cheese Choco, Cheese Thai Tea and Cheese Matcha, there are also milkshakes and refreshing fresh juices. Get to know the Smoothie Bowl Eating a smoothie bowl is becoming a trend for people who live a healthy life. Smoothie bowls are indeed rich in nutrients and fiber from fruits that are blended and then frozen together and topped with superfoods. "Smoothie bowls contain many of the nutrients your body needs and are also rich in antioxidants," Debora says. Generally, smoothie bowls contain fruits that are given fresh milk or coconut water when blended. Fruits that have been blended are then frozen to the maximum and then blended again so that they are smooth when they want to be consumed. Giving superfood toppings such as granola, pumpkin seeds, chia seeds, almonds, goji berries will make a smoothie bowl even more beautiful.
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Papa & Mama in Muara Karang, as far as I know, there was only a bakery, but now there is a coffee shop too. It's not even morning so you can have breakfast and coffee here. The food menu is also a lot so you don't get bored if you like breakfast here. There's a team of rice here. He said it was delicious but didn't try it. The place is pretty big, if you see A&W on the right of the road, just turn right and keep going a little, he's on the right. I really like the ambient. Here, order the chicken rice bowl with samba matah. I wish the chicken was fried but this isn't, it's like disauteed, but it's delicious. The sambal matah is also fragrant. I ordered uyen too. I really like uyen, but I like that Bangka has the model. The thing is that Ponti has chopped peanuts on the outside and I don't like it because it's kind of sweet and too textured when I chew it and I don't really like peanuts either. Uyen is a portion, you get 4 pieces, I like it, it's delicious but unfortunately there is no special dipping sauce for uyen. They here use bottled chili sauce that grouse. Yesterday I drank avocado coffee and it was delicious. I like. Service is ok but unfortunately something bad happened. There are 2 baristas, but I was served by one person, the one when I ordered was not available. After ordering, I immediately paid. When I got back I immediately left because I had already paid, then the other barista chased me and asked if I had paid yet. Yes I said already. It's not possible for me to eat and not pay to play cheesy away. He should have asked the other barista. So lazy to go back again, better to another branch. Because of one person, my first impression was not good at this branch.
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Returning from several weeks in Monaco, St Tropez and Cannes, I needed to stay a night in London. This hotel is simply fabulous. In fact, it is more of a home than a hotel. Far more. From the check-in experience with Elisa, to the dining experience with Sandesh, it has been by far the most hospitable and comfortable stays I have ever had in the city. The rooms are immensely clean and comfortable, the public areas are like a modern take on an art-deco VIP club, the service is sublime and the food - well, after struggling to cope with being staunchly vegan in the south of France, this was pure bliss. I would recommend staying here to anyone looking for a hotel that offers incredibly privacy and quiet spaces but blends a level of service you will only find in South East Asian boutique hotels in a location that puts it squarely in the heart of the city. Wonderful hehehe..
We stayed at Hotel 41 for a couple of nights for our 25th wedding anniversary and from the moment we were offered a complimentary glass of champagne from the lovely Steve Jones in the executive lounge while we were checking in, I knew we were going to have a great stay. Lauren on reception was super friendly and helpful, assisting us with alterations to dinner reservations and the like.
The executive lounge is just beautiful... tall mahogony panelling & bookcases, a glass ceiling, stunning chandeliers and a complimentary array of snacks, ice-cream, canapes, cheese & more at various times throughout the day. As mentioned by previous reviewers, the executive lounge does have the reception desk, comp pantry, bar, and tables where you have drinks, breakfast or meals but it's relaxed, comfortable and really does have the feel of a private members club and is exclusive to hotel guests only so it was never too busy.
Tower Bridge, one of the London’s most famous landmarks, is a bascule and suspension bridge on River Thames. It has two towers, in Victorian Gothic style, that are connected with two walkways that are constructed so they can resist horizontal forces from suspended parts of the bridge. Base of each tower holds machines that lift two parts of the bridge so bridge can allow passing of river traffic beneath it. Tower Bridge is located close to the Tower of London from which it got its name.
A landmark in London not to be missed. It’s quite an impressive architectural structure. It’s about 10 minutes walk from st.Paul’s cathedral and right next to the London tower. You can do a loop walk from st.Paul’s to London tower, cross the tower bridge then walk the south bank and cross the river back using the millennium bridge.