Month: October 2018 (page 1 of 5)

Musical Shows to Watch Out for When Visiting London

Musical shows have been entertaining various types of people for ages now. It has been one of the staple acts of entertainment in some countries most especially in Europe and America. Living in a modernized civilization having with advanced technology in which things can be done instantly and easily, we probably can’t help but wonder if the existence of traditional forms of entertainment like theatrical shows may soon fade away. However, the industry still continues to thrive despite the rise of the heavily virtual world. The theatre business is still alive and has managed to satisfy their audiences all these years besides the effect of modernization. Continue reading

3 Benefits of Booking a Serviced Apartment for Your Summer Holiday

When you flip through your calendar, few upcoming events are going to look as attractive as the time you’ve marked off for your summer holiday. It’s a chance to get away for a week or so to relax and enjoy yourself – what could be better? Of course, planning a summer holiday can be a touch stressful, and your trip away can be ruined by any bad choices. One of the most important decisions is where you’re going to be staying. Continue reading

Best Fitness Classes in South London

South London is no less cosmopolitan than North London. The area is vibrant and dynamic and the environment is fresh and green. It is the home of Wimbledon, where tennis stars and fans descend each year around July. As usual, there are a wide complement of pubs and restaurants, as well as malls and entertainment venues. Several museums such as Tate Modern and Victoria and Albert are located in South London. It has a plethora of fitness centres as well, offering different fitness classes for everyone, from the newbie to advanced athletes. Continue reading

The Real Cost Of Cycling In London

Over the past few years, there has been a great deal of back and forth in London regarding the London cycle hire scheme, which was introduced in 2010 with sponsorship from Barclays Bank. Popularly known as ‘Boris Bikes’ (named after the London Mayor who introduced them), these bikes have given Londoners yet another to get about town. But there are still some questions regarding the real value of a system like this. Continue reading

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

HOW I HAD A 10 DAY LONDON VACATION FOR $700

Back in September, I wrote the ultimate guide to travel hacking. It was a way for me to share tips and advice on how to travel cheaply without sacrificing comfort. And as I watched people’s reactions and answered questions about that guide, I hit upon an idea. It’s one thing to say, “Hey, this stuff works,” but it’s another to actually show that this stuff works. I decided that as I hopped, skipped, and jumped around the world, I was going to take what people view as “expensive” places and demonstrate how they can be visited on a budget—without sacrificing comfort.

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Hidden London: 5 Unusual Places to Visit

London is certainly one of the most mesmerising city to visit in the world. There is no shortage of landmarks in London, and they are all worth visiting. However, there is a great deal of unusual places that are not quite known, and these are equally as thrilling to discover. If you want to visit London from another hidden angle, you will most probably love these lesser known places. Continue reading

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