Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Tunis - North Africa

Tunis is a compact city and while Tunisia is predominantly Islamic in religion, is a westernized city displaying a strong French influence. In fact, understanding some French is very useful for any tourist outside major hotels. The Medina, a complex walled area with narrow streets, lined with shops, is at the heart of the old city. The more recently built areas are more European in appearance, with a wide central boulevard, a grid structure of streets, cafes and some excellent 1920's colonial buildings. Finding your way around, especially using the tram system, is very easy.

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London's Landmarks

London is associated with familiar landmarks dating back centuries as well as brand new ones such as Tate Modern, the London Wheel and Canary Wharf (see London's New Landmarks). Needless to say, most tourists still come to see the traditional sights. This page lists three of the most famous: Tower Bridge, the Tower of London itself and the wonderful St Paul's Cathedral.

London landmarks

Friday, July 22, 2011

3 Most Expensive Areas to Live in London

London has boomed and boomed and has become very expensive but some property to buy has reached scale topping figures. Lets look at some of the most affluent areas and we can dream.

3 Most Expensive Areas to Live in London.

3 Rocking London Shows for your City Break

Every single night there are massive productions of some of the most famous and much loved plays, musicals, ballets and operas. You are truly spoilt for choice.

3 Rocking London Shows for your City Break