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Things to Try in London

Recognized for its striking skyline, the capital city of England in London is a popular city with tourists and locals for its variety of events, activities and attractions.

Rich in history and culture, the city is admired by those looking to explore the beautiful architecture and learn more about the exciting stories that make up the city’s past.

One of the easiest ways to experience the bustling capital is to purchase a hop-on hop-off bus ticket that’ll allow you 24 hours ride access on the sightseeing buses.

The buses provide both covered and open-top areas and stop nearby some of the most popular attractions including St Paul’s Cathedral, Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square.

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The Beaten Trail: Travel Tips for London, England

There’s nothing quite like booking your first flight to London, England. There’s history. There’s
style. There are things you’ve seen on the TV all your life like Big Ben and Buckingham Palace – and the most surreal part is that everyone there just walks right by them.

Well, I suppose you would, wouldn’t you? If you lived there, you get to see this stuff everyday… But to the wild traveler, this stuff is magic!

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The Best Places to Stay on a Luxury Trip in London

It’s no secret that London is an expensive city to visit, and a lot of people are looking for ways to save money and travel there on a budget.

That’s fine, and there are still so many great things that you can do without spending loads of money. But sometimes, it’s nice to push the boat out and treat yourself when you travel.

If you have been working hard and saving up some money for your trip to London, you might decide that you want to go to all of the high-end areas and get that truly luxury experience. These are some of the best places to stay on a luxury trip to London. 

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May Day: Some International Workers Sharing Their Stories on International Workers’ Day

It’s May Day, so for those of you who could actually relate… Happy International Workers’ Day on the first of May! 😀

Anyway, I know some countries celebrate Labors’ Day on some other day, but in case you don’t know… May Day is dedicated to all workers. And it’s there to celebrate laborers and working class in general.

That’s why I initiated a collaboration with some fellow bloggers who are also workers with various backgrounds. With the world that is claimed as almost ‘borderless’ nowadays, so many workers have different stories about their job.

Some have to relocate and deal with culture shock for a bit. Some have to struggle with the art of commuting. Some probably have the luxury of working remotely with some different difficulties along the way too.

So, here I present you the stories of international workers on this very International Workers’ Day!

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How To Enjoy London As A Family

London is, without a doubt one of the most famous and frequently visited cities in the world.

The English capital sees millions of tourists from around the world all year round, whether it’s to indulge in some luxury shopping from some of the best British and international labels or it’s to try and catch a glimpse of the Royal Family, no one can deny that London has a lot to offer when it comes to finding fun things to do and will appeal to people of any age group.

So, if you’re planning to visit London soon with your own family or just expecting to have a mix of age groups within your group who would enjoy different things, then I’ve listed below some of the top things to see and do that the whole family can enjoy.

From Big Ben to Buckingham Palace, you can tailor it with your traveling style… And if you’re planning to visit some places in the UK, some historical spot like Stonehenge is only a day trip away from London.

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