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5 Night Out in East London: A Taste of the Nightlife

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March 25th, 2013

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London, being the most wonderful city that it is, can cater for pretty much any taste. It has nightclubs galore, and almost any that you might happen to stumble into in Soho on a Friday or Saturday night will be playing a crowd-pleasing mix of stuff that’s in the charts, either now or from yesteryear.

5 Unusual Things to Do in London

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March 18th, 2013

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You don’t end up with a city population of over 8 million without attracting people with some unusual interests and passions. This is of course one of the many reasons we all love London – it can be home for all: the masses and the individual, the average and the eccentric. What this diversity means is that in addition to the standard whitewash-walled galleries, typical museums, restaurants and events, Londoners also have access to some of the stranger places, exhibitions and events the UK has to offer.

Top 5 London Street Food Pop-Ups

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March 15th, 2013

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Almost anyone will tell you in London, Street Food is a star that has risen. People love it and they want it whenever they can get it. They also want more to go with their Street Food… like… a party! And parties and food are perfect partners

Using Social Discovery to Meet New People

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March 1st, 2013

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The world has become virtually smaller and now an increasing number of us are choosing to move city, country and even continent.

Saving Money in London: London on a Shoestring

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February 5th, 2013

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I believe one of the biggest misconceptions of London living is the cost. Yes, of course it can be expensive, but simultaneously no other city in world offers more for free than the ‘Big Smoke’

9 London Underground Secrets

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January 28th, 2013

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For any Londoner, the tube is a godsend that gets you from point A to point B. The thirteen colour-coded lines intertwine like an electrical diagram, and are the most efficient manner of transport across the city as you head across the river and to the four furthest ends on the giant mechanical snakes that tunnel under and over the city’s networks. But for those who have read Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere or China Miéville’s UnLunDun , we know that the Underground network holds a plethora of secrets from the commuters

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