Search results for: public transport28 item(s)
Living in a big city can feel overwhelming, and when you’re not sure of the best restaurants or bars to try, it’s hard to stop and ask a local! You may be lost in a swarm of buildings trying to … Read more →
With the rising price of petrol, gas, electricity and food pushing inflation above wage growth, many people across the UK are struggling to make ends meet. In fact, analysts are predicting that 2018 could be the worst year for … Read more →
London’s seat at the world’s economic top table should be in no doubt. Home to more than 250 banks, it is a city with a global outlook and handles more than a third of all foreign exchange across the world … Read more →
The biggest after-work beer garden, complete with a flutter on the horses and a music festival atmosphere, is on your doorstep this summer and is waiting for you to give it a go.
Consider the quintessential British night out, where … Read more →
Buying a home is an expensive business, with the average house price in the UK just under £190,000 as of March 2016.
London is one of those destinations that appears on the world’s ‘most visited cities’ lists year after year. It is easy to understand why: London is the city of Big Ben, the Tate Gallery, Buckingham Palace and the Changing of … Read more →
Having suffered from back pain in her twenties, Sarah Elcome received the Alexander Technique: a therapy used to realign and re-educate bad habits of the body. Fascinated by the results, Sarah began to study anatomy and physiology – … Read more →
Where do you live and why?
Kensington, near Notting Hill. I like the vibe and mix of people, good schools and parks. It’s also close enough to walk and/or use public transport everywhere.