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“Paddington Recreation Ground has an enormous range of facilities for you to enjoy. There’s a brand-new gym, a group fitness studio that plays host to a range of different sessions, as well as a range of outdoor tennis courts. Cricket fans can enjoy the pitch at the centre of the park and the four nets in which to practice, while the site also boasts an outdoor bowling green and a multi-use Tarmac court, as well as a 400m athletics track and a full-sized 3G artificial football pitch. The park reception building is open 07:00-21:00 every day”
  • Recomendado por 6 habitantes locales
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“Some great cafes (Milk, Brickwood, Meagans) and foodie shops (Brindias). Also a big health food store (As Nature Intended)”
  • Recomendado por 9 habitantes locales
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“Adjoining trendy Dalston, Haggerston is home to hip cocktail bars and taprooms along Kingsland Road and under the arches of the London Overground railway. The Regent’s Canal towpath passes houseboats and waterside cafes, and leads to nearby Broadway Market with its indie shops and eateries, plus artisan food stalls on Saturdays. In leafy Haggerston Park, Hackney City Farm has resident chickens, goats, and donkeys.”
  • Recomendado por 8 habitantes locales
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“A cool area to visit and explore. You can take a single bus from canning town to Bethnal Green. There are restaurants and bars around, and you can walk down Bethnal Green Road to Shoreditch.”
  • Recomendado por 11 habitantes locales
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“ A home of the BBC Symphony Orchestra for over half a century, some of the most impressive Edwardian red brick mansion blocks in London can be found here, alongside popular bars and restaurants. Whether you are looking to go for a walk along the canal, dine in style or just to let off some steam by going for a run around Paddington Recreational Grounds, Maida Vale has it all!”
  • Recomendado por 13 habitantes locales
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“Belgravia is one of London’s most vibrant and prestigious destinations – with cutting edge luxury fashion, refreshing open spaces, gourmet restaurants, grand Georgian architecture and timeless buildings to explore. The people, products, specialist knowledge, heritage and incredibly beautiful environment make Belgravia hard to beat. Belgravia maintains a village-like feel, despite the 300 thriving, eclectic businesses that nestle across its three main shopping streets of Elizabeth Street, Motcomb Street and Pimlico Road. Epitomised by grand white buildings and beautiful squares, Belgravia has a discreet English charm and strong neighbourhood atmosphere – an oasis of exclusive boutiques, restaurants, beauty salons and galleries.”
  • Recomendado por 7 habitantes locales
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“Easy access to Central London, without the frantic pace and noisiness of living 'in it'. Better value for money!”
  • Recomendado por 8 habitantes locales
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“Battersea is a really exciting neighbourhood with new things popping up all over the place. Our particular favourites are long wintry walks through Battersea park, picking up a coffee in the Pear Tree Cafe, or wondering into Chelsea over the beautifully lit up bridge for a look around the shops, or having brunch, dinner and drinks at one of the many excellent restaurants/bars at the Power Station. The Power Station also has a boutique cinema, a mini golf, a Spin studio, a Weekend market with food and crafts, and access to River Buses that will take you along the river into the City!”
  • Recomendado por 8 habitantes locales
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“It is lying partly in the city of Westminster and partly in London between Bloomsbury and Marylebone and packed with amazing restaurant, wonderful Georgian squares, unique galleries etc. ”
  • Recomendado por 12 habitantes locales
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“Local neighbourhood to the property. Upmarket West London, popular with families and young professionals. Huge number of good places for eating and drinking ranging from cafes to gastro pubs and restaurants. ”
  • Recomendado por 8 habitantes locales
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“London’s old financial district, also called the Square Mile. Apart from numerous financial institutions, it has a very interesting mixture of traditional and modern buildings, such as the Gerkin, the Walkie Talkie, the Cheese Grater, the Lloyd’s Building and the Heron Tower.”
  • Recomendado por 46 habitantes locales
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“A quiet neighbourhood close to Brixton and Clapham excellent transport links ”
  • Recomendado por 3 habitantes locales
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“Close proximity to the most important landmarks in London including Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, and London Eye.”
  • Recomendado por 2 habitantes locales
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“Favourite pubs and bars in the Isle of Dogs: **The Gun** One of the most historic pubs in London, The Gun also has comfort and character in spades, fireside cosiness and spectacular views in this Docklands gem. The riverside terrace is perfect for a summer day, and there's now a gin garden too, if that's your thing. A roast, accompanied by the jug of Bloody Mary, is an ideal Sunday activity, but you'll need to book ahead or turn up early as people travel far and wide for a taste of riverside history. **Hubbub** Near the western shore of the island, what appears to be, an oversized model village version of Pisa Cathedral. This polychromatic brick marvel is 'The Space', neatly converted from an 1840’s Presbyterian mission to multi-use local arts venue. To the side and up the stairs in the former vestry and classrooms there is Hubbub, an excellent Café/bar that also functions as a pub. The look is 'eclectic indie bar' taking care not to fight with the original features. Check out the lovely original but currently non-functioning gas lights and don’t miss the tiny soldiers glued to the ceiling. The crowd is well mixed, with locals, students and trendy tourists. Beers on tap include San Miguel, Stella Artois plus Guinness Extra Cold and Thatchers Gold Cider. In bottles, a broad and ever changing range of beers, porters, ales and ciders, and there's a good range of wines. The food is fab, from the classic all day breakfast to falafels, steaks, proper burgers and a rather good chocolate brownie. A Tastecard may be used with pre-bookings and takeaway service is available. Hubbub is the perfect stopping place for a round the island trek or weekend brunch. **The Nelson** At the southern tip of the Isle of Dogs, you'll find the decidedly non-touristy Lord Nelson. It's what some might call a 'good old-fashioned boozer', with no pretensions, no complicated craft ales, no gastro-fare, but bags of jolly atmosphere. The corner Victorian building contains many references to its nautical namesake. It also contains a pool table, which is always very welcome, and got plenty of play on our visit. The beer range is fine, if nothing remarkable, while the inexpensive pub grub is heavy on the pies and burgers. Others: The Ledger Building The Ship The Grapes (not actually on the Isle of Dogs, but a very good pub) Pepper St Ontiod”
  • Recomendado por 2 habitantes locales
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“If you want to try to get a flavour of what London may have been like way back when, then a walk around St James's is a must. There are so many beautiful shops and spots you can stroll past and you should check out the St James's directory. These are some favourites: Paxton and Whitfield at 93 Jermyn Street (one of the oldest cheesemongers in England); Floris at 89 Jermyn Street (a perfume shop founded in 1730); Lock and Co at 6 St James' (one of the oldest hatters in England); Berry Brothers (a beautifully old wine merchant).”
  • Recomendado por 2 habitantes locales