London’s Best Day Spas
Whether you’re organising a hen night, booking your weekly manicure or just want to treat yourself, London’s day spas have something for everyone. From great value pampering to luxurious treatments to male-friendly spas, the capital has them all.Read More
Why Gatwick is more than an airport stop over
Gatwick is one of those places that people only think of as being an airport stop over destination however it is possible to use one of the Gatwick hotels with parking as a stop over without flying and thoroughly enjoy yourself! This part of England is rural, pretty and has lots going for it.Read More
Out of all the places I have been in the world, London is without a doubt my favorite destination. Over 600 square miles of excitement feels like my home away from home. Before you book your London flights and head off to this magnificent city take a little time to jot down the best places to see.
- Number one on the list is: Tower of London- One of the city’s most prominent landmarks, the Tower of London is best known as a prison, torture chambers, and place of execution – but it’s also been a Royal Palace, a fortress, and home to huge ravens that look like they could eat a small child in a single bite! I love this spot and always make sure to take friends there when visiting.
Kensington Palace in London is more than a home; it is a working Royal residence. Kensington Palace has a tremendous amount of historical significance as it was the favorite residence of Kings and Queens up to the mid 1700’s. Queen Victoria was born and raised in Kensington.
The Royal Family holds private apartments there currently. The Palace is managed by Historic Royal Palaces and is furnished with items from the Royal Collection which makes this destination a much sought after highlight to visit.
William and Mary acquired Kensington Palace in 1689 and made it their primary residence. The palace itself is located at the western end of Kensington Gardens and stands proudly as the most magnificent building in the borough.Read More