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London Eye - Travel Review

Date: Sun, 28. April 2013 04:36:58
Any popular attraction in a major city will deplete two limited resources -- time and money. The London Eye ranks among the most popular London attractions. From a peak height of 440 feet above ground level, a panoramic view of one of the world's greatest cities rolls out beneath you. No stair climbing, and maximum protection from the elements. But how much precious time and money will it cost you to experience it? Take a look at a travel review of the London Eye and decide if time and money required for this attraction are likely to result in good investments.London Eye - Travel Review originally appeared on Budget Travel on Sunday, April 7th, 2013 at 00:06:30.Permalink | Comment | Email this

UK Trains - Day Trips from London

Date: Sat, 4. January 2014 03:09:20
A city the size of London offers much to see and do. But sometimes, it pays to take a day trip out of the city. You can see ruins and bath houses from Roman times, two of the world's finest universities, and the birthplace of a literary genius, among many other attractions. Best of all, these places within two hours by rail from London. Consider five short trips from London that can be completed in a day.UK Trains - Day Trips from London originally appeared on Budget Travel on Monday, December 9th, 2013 at 01:40:43.Permalink | Comment | Email this

London Mayor Boris Johnson: I won't pay my U.S. taxes

Date: Fri, 21. November 2014 17:06:38
Frances BurnsLONDON, Nov. 21 (UPI) -- London Mayor Boris Johnson, who happens to hold dual British-U.S. citizenship, says he will not pay U.S. tax on the sale of a London house.

Free Things to Do in London

Date: Sat, 25. May 2013 04:36:16
London is an expensive destination. Plan your excursions carefully, and be prepared for some hefty admission costs at the top attractions. But don't to assume that everything worth seeing in London requires a big entrance fee. Experiencing Hyde Park or the British Museum are quintessential London experiences that won't impact your budget. There are scores of these free, worthwhile opportunities. Get your planning started with 10 free things to do in London. Add value to your U.K. trip without adding more expense. Free Things to Do in London originally appeared on Budget Travel on Sunday, April 28th, 2013 at 23:50:51.Permalink | Comment | Email this

London shares open lower as housebuilders drop

Date: Mon, 7. April 2014 03:48:20
London (AFP) - London shares opened lower on Monday as housebuilders dropped amid growing concern about the impact of a house price bubble in Britain, dealers said.

Millions facing Tube strike chaos

Date: Wed, 5. February 2014 02:46:32
Commuters are experiencing travel chaos as London Underground workers walk out over proposals by Transport for London to cut jobs and close ticket offices.

London shares higher amid strong corporate results

Date: Thu, 24. October 2013 03:45:45
London (AFP) - London shares opened higher on Thursday as more British companies issued strong third quarter figures, dealers said.

Review: London Pass

Date: Sun, 25. August 2013 05:09:24
On a recent trip to London, I decided to try out a London Pass. The London Pass provides free admission to about 60 area attractions for one fixed price. Passes are available for 1-6 days. Budget travelers tend to add up their savings with these passes and flatly reject any pass that doesn't save a pile of money. But in the process of putting together my London Pass review, I found there were potential reasons for purchasing the pass beyond saving on London's hefty admission charges. The pass allows you to skip to the front of the line at a number of popular attractions, and also provides a degree of confidence for travelers who might want to make last-minute changes to their itineraries. Review: London Pass originally appeared on Budget Travel on Sunday, July 28th, 2013 at 20:48:44.Permalink | Comment | Email this

Chinese gaming company Rekoo picks London for European home

Date: Tue, 15. October 2013 19:03:52
LONDON (Reuters) - Chinese mobile gaming company Rekoo said on Wednesday it had chosen London as the new home of its European operations. The company is the first from mainland China to establish an office in East London's technology hub, christened by Britain's government as "Tech City", and home to established gaming companies such as Mind Candy, behind the Moshi Monsters brand. It will hire an initial 10 employees and expects to have 25 based in London within three years. ...

Lindsay Lohan vows not to miss any of London theater shows

Date: Sat, 12. July 2014 14:51:36
Danielle HaynesLONDON, July 12 (UPI) -- Lindsay Lohan trying to rehabilitate unreliable reputation with show on London's West End.

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