Sunday, December 16, 2012

Travelling to London: itravelnet.com Travel Blog plus 1 more

Travelling to London: itravelnet.com Travel Blog plus 1 more

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Travelling to London

Posted: 16 Dec 2012 08:13 PM PST

London is truly one of the great cities of the world, with people from every nation represented here in one way or another. London’s multicultural side is on full display with its many eating options. And with so many visitors passing through each year there is always an abundance of entertainment options available.

London Dining

If you really love seafood, Bentley's Oyster Bar & Grill is the in-place to go for yummy seafood platters. Bentley's specializes in excellent cuisine that is ethically produced, smooth and creamy artisan cheeses, and healthy organic meats. Or you might want to try Wishbone in Brixton Market for the very best fried chicken you can find in London. On the other hand, perhaps Bodo's Schloss might be more to your liking for a truly European flair to your dining experience where they offer a stylish restaurant, disco and cozy Austrian ski lodge bar. If tapas is your favourite, Rosita Restaurant located in Battersea offers palate-pleasing classic tapas for your dining pleasure.

London Entertainment

The Winter Festival offers a veritable seasonal fiesta on the South Bank with free concerts, beautiful Christmas markets, shows of all kinds and a little mulled wine for a good time. London is famous worldwide for its theatre and the choices are endless for theatre lovers. You can choose from the Critics' Choice, more musicals than you can even count, Christmas shows, kids theater, West End theatre shows, fringe theatre shows and Off-West End shows are very popular in London as well. If you can’t decide what to go to you could always just turn up to one of the many cheap ticket box offices and select the cheapest seat available for the day.

London Lodging

When it comes to lodging, there are thousands of accommodation options all over the city. You'll find boutique hotels like Rookery, Number Sixteen, Hazlitt's or One Aldwych; and sleek new hotels like Town Hall Hotel, Shoreditch Rooms or the St Johns hotel. If you’re really looking for an authentic English experience, a London bed and breakfast is a great option. You’ll find all the comforts of home, but none of the work. Let a local London bed and breakfast pamper you and make your stay more memorable by far.

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