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Take a Sneak Peek at London’s ‘Pepys Show’

The capital’s promotional agency, London & Partners has unveiled a calendar of exciting events to entice domestic and international visitors to the capital. The calendar is being launched as part of the Limited Edition London campaign, the first international...

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Fall in Love with London: New Attractions, Tours and Theatre

Attractions Winter Promotion The Original Tour, 1 November 2011 – 29 February 2012 The Original Tour is a fantastic introduction to the capital - take advantage of the unrivalled fleet of modern open-top buses that offer over 80 stops around London’s highlights &...

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New Attractions in London This September

Waving not Drowning: Signalling and Signals HMS Belfast, 10 - 11 September 2011 This fun, drop-in session allows visitors to learn about signalling in the navy, and gives people the chance to participate in sending and decoding semaphore messages. Learn about naval...

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Midsummer: Best Time to Visit Yorkshire Lavender

Yorkshire’s best-loved attraction and it’s free.  Yes you heard it right, it’s free!  And what better time to visit than Midsummer when the blooms are in full throes of flourishing and the gardens are resplendent in all their natural glory.  Complete with Gift Shop...

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What’s New in London

LolliBop Festival for Kids Regent's Park, 5-7 August 2011 Get involved in a whole day of fun with the children at the 2nd LolliBop festival in Regent's Park. The festival is all about interactivity and, as well as enjoying themselves, kids will develop their social...

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50 Berkeley Square, Haunted London

Perhaps it is because of the movies and books, but whenever I think about haunted houses -- a subject I’m quite fond of -- images of desolate landscapes, moors, maybe wind beaten cliffs, spring to mind. I certainly do not think of one of London’s poshest and most...

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The Wizard of Oz in London

As Editor of In The Know Traveler, I love bringing far away places and culture a little closer to travelers deciding on their next adventure. However, I am sometimes so passionate about publishing personal travel experiences about these far away places that I forget...

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Budget Shopping in Manchester, England

With the state of the dollar and current place of economy I can understand why England may not be high on the list of destinations for some. So when I came across a shop that is particularly discounted and tons of locals filling the place, I had to check it out. I...

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York Early Music Festival 2011

The 2011 York Early Music Festival (8 – 16 July) celebrates the spirit of the 1951 Festival of Britain, with a ground-breaking series of concerts of English music from the Medieval to the Baroque. Widely regarded as the ‘Mecca of early music’ York Early Music Festival...

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