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London Cocktail Week 2014: the best events -
Fancy a drink? Monday October 6 marks the beginning of London Cocktail Week, which sees the capital go martini and mojito mad. There's more masterclasses, tours and events than you can shake, well, a shaker at, plus 250 of the capital's best bars ...
Tue, 30 Sep 2014 11:04:03 GMT
Is London becoming more like Paris? - Financial Times
The Parisian arriving in London by train alights at a resplendent station. St Pancras, and the adjacent King's Cross, make Gare du Nord look like a provincial hub. The surrounding area, once a ramshackle collection of properties, is gleaming with new ...
Mon, 29 Sep 2014 13:26:40 GMT
The 5 Most Stunning Private Dining Rooms In London - Forbes
This is a guest post by Emyr Thomas, founder of Bon Vivant, a London-based luxury travel and concierge service, which provides clients with access to upgrades, complimentary breakfast and VIP amenities at the city's best hotels. Whether you're looking ...
Tue, 30 Sep 2014 05:42:06 GMT
Report: Eagles Prime Candidate To Play In London - CBS Local
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — How would you feel about the Eagles playing a regular season game in London? According to's Peter King, the NFL has discussed plans for the 2015 schedule of London games. “The league's international committee has ...Eagles to play in London? 5 reasons why it would be a great idea for NFL to ...
Tue, 30 Sep 2014 16:30:02 GMT
GAA player killed after falling out of a moving taxi in London -
AN IRISHMAN HAS died after falling from the back of a moving taxi in London. Pádraig O'Dea, originally from Kilmaine in Ballinrobe, county Mayo, died in hospital yesterday morning. Tributes have poured in for the 26 year old who had been living and ...26-year-old GAA player from Mayo dies after falling from back of London taxiIrish TimesKilmaine shocked by London tragedyMayo NewsFriends 'devastated' as Gaelic footballer dies in bizarre fall from the back ...
Tue, 30 Sep 2014 07:32:09 GMT
Driverless Tube trains on London Underground 'won't run until 2030' - Evening Standard
Mike Brown, managing director of London Underground said: “The New Tube for London will mean faster, more frequent and reliable journeys for our customers. It will be introduced in the 2020s and we are at the early stages of the procurement process ...
Tue, 30 Sep 2014 09:56:16 GMT