Month: September 2017 (page 1 of 3)

London Vs Las Vegas

London and Las Vegas has one thing in common, and it’s their gigantic Ferris wheel. While the London Eye in London is one of the main attraction for tourists visiting this city, the High Roller in Las Vegas stands more than 100 feet taller than the London Eye. The High Roller is also considered as the tallest observation wheel in the world. There are numerous advantages of living in both cities, and each of them have their pros and cons. Continue reading

Prepare for the Notting Hill Festival

The celebration of the Notting Hill Carnival takes places every year on the last weekend in August, which is more precisely on the last two days of the UK summer bank holiday weekend. This street festival is touted as the biggest in the world. It features family-friendly entertainment, amazing food such as fried plantain and jerk chicken, flamboyant dress, Calypso, salsa, and reggae music, exotic dancers and Caribbean steel bands that are steered by members of the British West Indian Community in the borough of Chelsea and Kensington in London. Continue reading

Start a business in London – Essential tips to jumpstart a successful one

London is considered the business capital of Europe but as the city has got some of the best entrepreneurial opportunities, there’s too much competition and challenge for prospective businessmen. The scene for startups in London is growing with large numbers of new companies registered since the last few years. In 2015, there was a record large number of potential entrepreneurs which started in UK and this is indeed good news for British business. Continue reading

4 Things To Consider When Visiting London On A Budget

People often think of traveling to London as romantic, adventurous and expensive.  With a record number of tourists visiting London, the city obviously has a lot to offer and if you know what resources to tap into, you can see the home of Big Ben and Buckingham Palace without draining your entire bank account.  If you are looking at London for your next travel destination but want to do it on a budget, here are a few things to consider while visiting London. Continue reading

Exploring the Rise in the Pop-up Food Industry

With Eventbrite finding the number of food and drink events hosted on its platform to be increasing each year, it has become clear that more events are being hosted across the food and beverage industry.

With a colossal growth of 82%, the pop-up dining experience was found to be the fastest growing trend, following Eventbrite’s analysis of 40,000 of these events. Continue reading

Top UK Caravan Sites bursting with activity

A number of caravan sites are ideally placed to help you get the most from the outdoors on your break. Whether situated in a National Park or providing a range of activities, there are sites around the country to cater for you.  Mountain biking and hiking trails run from many locations, whilst lakeside sites open up a range of water-based activities.

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Pet friendly locales in London

London is one of the most dynamic and exciting cities in the world, and not just for humans! Taking your dog with you on a trip to the capital can be great fun, and though you’ll need to plan carefully to find places you can go together, that’s easier today than it has ever been. Continue reading

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