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“MY MOST FAVOURITE PLACE IN LONDON RIGHT NOW IS THE HAM YARD HOTEL / NOT ONLY DOES IT HAVE THE MOST INSTAGRAM WORTHY INTERIORS BY KIT KEMP. ITS IN THE MOST…”

“MY MOST FAVOURITE PLACE IN LONDON RIGHT NOW IS THE HAM YARD HOTEL / NOT ONLY DOES IT HAVE THE MOST INSTAGRAM WORTHY INTERIORS BY KIT KEMP. ITS IN THE MOST…”

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Matthew Williamson's secret garden at Blakes Hotel. Click to see more of our favourite photographs.

Matthew Williamson's secret garden at Blakes Hotel. Click to see more of our favourite photographs.

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30 quirky things to do in London. - With love, from a Londoner x
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Did you know that you can actually take magic lessons in a castle, or sign a wall in the cafe where J.K. Rowling began to write the famous series? Potterheads who love history, fun book and movie facts, and endless amounts of Harry Potter memorabilia should — no, must — visit these themed spots all over the world.

Did you know that you can actually take magic lessons in a castle, or sign a wall in the cafe where J.K. Rowling began to write the famous series? Potterheads who love history, fun book and movie facts, and endless amounts of Harry Potter memorabilia should — no, must — visit these themed spots all over the world.

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London's secret small hotels add a little something different to the typical stay. Photo courtesy of pizzaandchampagne on Instagram.

London's secret small hotels add a little something different to the typical stay. Photo courtesy of pizzaandchampagne on Instagram.

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Maltby Street Market: This small market is one of London’s best hidden gems. Every Saturday, local producers sell their street food under the railway arches in Bermondsey. Make sure to get there before lunchtime, as most stalls wrap up in the early afternoon.

Maltby Street Market: This small market is one of London’s best hidden gems. Every Saturday, local producers sell their street food under the railway arches in Bermondsey. Make sure to get there before lunchtime, as most stalls wrap up in the early afternoon.

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Temple Place, Victoria Embankment: This former residence of the Viscount Astor sits in a prime location on the banks of the river Thames. It was built for William Waldorf Astor, newspaper proprietor, financier and hotelier, who opened the Waldorf Hotel in 1908. Upon the death of his father in 1890 he became the richest man in America and moved to London a year later. The only specifications he gave to architect John Loughborough were that the building should personify and celebrate…

Temple Place, Victoria Embankment: This former residence of the Viscount Astor sits in a prime location on the banks of the river Thames. It was built for William Waldorf Astor, newspaper proprietor, financier and hotelier, who opened the Waldorf Hotel in 1908. Upon the death of his father in 1890 he became the richest man in America and moved to London a year later. The only specifications he gave to architect John Loughborough were that the building should personify and celebrate…

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There's a new cereal café in London as the Cereal Killer gang open a second branch in Camden Stables. (They already have one on Brick Lane, Shoreditch.)

There's a new cereal café in London as the Cereal Killer gang open a second branch in Camden Stables. (They already have one on Brick Lane, Shoreditch.)

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