Some ways of easing London’s congestion is to reduce the number of vehicles on the road, encourage car sharing and allow 1 vehicle per household, free up more parking and save the environment.
Avoiding having one of those sedentary lifestyles, instead write a list of places you want to see in London. I started off practicing this and learned my way around the city and also, in most cases without a Sat nav.
After travelling on the Tren Italia train for over an hour and a half in the sweltering heat, we met a friend of the bride and groom by chance, who mentioned that he was going to a wedding in Assisi.
The cathedral stands on the highest point of the city and was completed in 1710. If you have time or are just dying to see the inside I recommend saving some time and money by purchasing a ticket online.
What seemed like and endless wait, eventually became a reality. What a wonderful trip and celebration.
“Taking a break allows us to come back to our work with a clear mind and a new perspective. This is important because it also allows us to critique our own writing by bringing a fresh view to our work.”
Unfortunately the majority of independent shops have been replaced with chain stores and shops similar to those found in adjacent retailing streets.
If you are a light spender, then the lilting tunes of the turn tables might evoke nostalgia to take you on a vibrant musical escapade.
This was our way of getting as close to Wimbledon as possible. I embarked on a grand tour of the popular Wimbledon Museum on a freezing January morning with my blogger friend Janice Chung.
I spent 2 hours sightseeing last Sunday without being bothered by those huge crowds and it was serene and refreshing to be part of the great outdoors. I highly recommend a stroll along the Albert Embankment where you will find Lambeth Palace, Pub boats, roller-skaters and people strolling.