With the eyes of the international sporting community turning towards the UK in a few weeks, excitement is building at the prospect of perhaps the most prestigious sporting event in the calendar will kick into action after years of planning. Now of course the Olympics will mean a lot of different things to different people, and as such many will be travelling for hundreds if not thousands of miles across country, over land and sea in order to watch. [click to continue…]


A Visitors Guide to Getting Around London

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Getting around London can be overwhelming on the first day however you’ll soon find that it’s quite straightforward to get from one place to another. Get yourself a map of the Underground from any station and you’ll see the transport network divided into zones with Zone 1 being the most central area.

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