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  1. This was a brilliant podcast. Even though I live in Birmingham, I am a regular visitor to London. It is a city that never disappoints and I am always finding something new. As Dr Samuel Johnson states ‘When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life.’

    1. Oh yes, a fitting quote. It was great getting such good, quick feedback on people’s favourite things to add in and to re-live some of our many misadventures!

  2. As a former 9-year resident of London, I can understand the difficulty picking what to cover in 28 minutes, but you did a great job!

    Vsiting London over the (northern) summer, we were highly impressed by the (free) Museum of London and Museum of London Docklands.

    The former has undergone an expensive facelift, whilst the latter is almost brand new. Both give superb backgrounds to the develoment of the sprawling city.

    We also greatly enjoyed the craft markets in and around Brick Lane on a Sunday morning. Dawdle through the stalls, and grab a bite to eat in the curry houses or street stalls.

    1. Hi Andrew, thanks for the kind words and the additional ideas! Great stuff (and great blog concept – one photo, one paragraph).

  3. Great article! I just returned from London 2 months ago and it was my favorite city. One of the coolest free things to do in the city is to head to St. Paul’s Cathedral on a Sunday and attend an Evensong. It is an evening prayer in which the choir sings the whole service. Really touching and memorable!

  4. Thanks for sharing a wondeful London travel guide, I will visit soon.

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