The Largest Park in London: Richmond Park Aug09

The Largest Park in ...

Richmond Park is not only an outstanding place to see extraordinary British wildlife but is also home to more than 250 acres of British history and culture. Originally a hunting park for dear, Richmond Park still is the home to over 300 Red and 350 Fallow dear that are worth seeing. Because...

The Royal Green Park Aug01

The Royal Green Park

On the outskirts of London and filled with beauty and history, Green Park sits right next to the Buckingham Palace and encloses more than 47 acres of British flora and fauna. During spring, expect to see a field of over 250,000 daffodils blossom in full for a glorious few weeks. After...

The Royal Opera House Apr09

The Royal Opera House

Fun and Excitement Before or After Dinner Located right in the heart of Covent Garden and right down the road from the buzzing Balthazar restaurant, the Royal Opera House gives stellar performances that are worth your stay in London. With playing classics [such as Swan Lake, The Sleeping Beauty, and even Inside Wagner's Head], you can easily catch a seat ranging from 3 Euros up to 80 Euros depending on which show you will like to see. An Outstanding must-see show that is filled with classic music from the early 20th Century with innovative 21st Century choreographers is the upcoming 2013 performance of Chroma/New Dawson/The Right of Spring....

Meet Hereford Road Chef: Tom Pemberton Mar09

Meet Hereford Road C...

Once the Head Chef of St. John, Tom Pemberton leads Hereford Road with new menus on a daily basis. He leads his staff in a professional and friendly manner as he has them introduce his guests to the ever-changing menu. In his own words about the restaurant’s location, Pemberton states,...