Tuesday, September 8, 2009

One stop entertainment guide to London

London, just like any other big cities, e.g. New York, Hong Kong, or even Singapore, life is wonderful. Plenty of world class Restaurants, excellent shoppings, quality arts and performances, happening Pubs London....

Here there is one stop you can search for all the events held in London, also Restaurants London, and nearly everything, read the review from other users as well. For example, you want to some preview on some of the night life in London, wonder how happening it is, and any comments from others for a particular performances, you can get it here.

If you are a tourist from oversea, you want to know what are the places of interest, what are the museums or art galleries, and is there any events, you can get it on the website as well.

And of course, most important is on the food, I am sure either local or foreigners would like good food. So restaurant guide is important as well. And the website is http://www.qype.co.uk/

London is more than fortunate in its Festivals of Music. The last decades of the twentieth century saw a burgeoning of such events, which, added to the already well-established musical festivals, has resulted in some wonderful choices for music-lovers in and around the capital.

And you may not know. Charles Dickens, the popular novelist, lived from 1812-70. He was born in Portsea but the family moved to London in 1815, where his father was employed as a clerk in the Admiralty offices in Somerset House. Dickens knew London intimately (during his life he lived in around 20 different houses in London) and he drew upon his experiences here in many of his novels. Fascinating descriptions of London include his account of the slums of Clerkenwell in Oliver Twist, and a more general view of London in Hard Times. He drank regularly in Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese public house, which still exists in Fleet Street.


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