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Bus Stop
“Loads of day and night life in Shoreditch. Get on the art tours. Banksy works all over this area. Colour and art breathes life into the people and architecture. Iconic”
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Bus Stop
“Finsbury Park is an area towards the northern edge of Inner London, England, which grew up around an important railway interchange near the convergence of the Boroughs of Islington, Haringey and Hackney.”
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“Picturesque London neighborhood marked by its canal waterway and broad tree-lined streets, Little Venice was built between 1810 and 1870 and was the popular haunt of many artists, writers and scientists.”
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Scenic Lookout
“Great views on a clear day and still within walking but you can also catch a bus”
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Bus Station
“Easy access to 4 different tube lines (Central, Hammersmith + City, Circle, Metropolitan), national railway and trains to and from Stansted Airport. It's a 10 minute walk from the flat, and the Central tube line also runs all night on Friday and Saturday.”
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Cable Car
“The Emirates Air Line is a great way to cross The Thames and gives you a unique perspective on London. You’ll get a great view of many of the sites mentioned here in Greenwich as well as further afield towards the London Eye and beyond. A one-way ride for an adult is £4.50 or £3.40 with an Oyster Card.”
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Cable Car
“We love to travel the Thames by bike then cross by cable car. Cycles welcome”
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Street Food Gathering
“cheap fruit and vegetables plus three good supermarkets right beside the market - Waitrose, Marks and Spencer and Sainsburys.”
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Bus Line
“Center tennis court in Wimbledon holds world Tennis championship every year.”
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Bus Stop
“Holland Park Station, Ladbroke Grove or Notting Hill Gate choose any tube station.”
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“Little Venice is a scenic part of London, known for its canals and moored boats. Much of the property in the area are terraced mansions and town houses. Little Venice has two waterways: the Grand Union Canal and the Regent's Canal, which meet in a large, picturesque pool, Browning's Pool (usually called by residents "Little Venice Lagoon" or "the Lagoon"), which forms the focus of the area”
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Bus Stop
“A great place to visit for all ages.Its free entry and 34 mins by 302 bus at the end of the road, then 204 bus. 12 mins drive with car park charges. Coin only at the moment”
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Bus Stop
“This isn't displaying in the correct location but it's close enough... Victoria Park is a beautiful open green space and has a great coffee/brunch spot called the Pavillion which overlooks the lake.”
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“Independent bars, coffee shops and boutique shops, and a huge array of Indian food outlets. Yum!”
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Bus Stop
“Huge Westfields shopping centre with literally every shop required under one roof. Also has a nice rooftop champagne bar for drinks after shopping”
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Bike Shop
“ The perfect everyday CAFE and is known as the most hipster location in all of London!”
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