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London Night and Day: the insider's guide to London 24 hours a day

Author/EditorBrown, Matt (Author)
Publisher: Pavilion Books
ISBN: 9781849942942
Pub Date17/09/2015
BindingPaperback
Pages160
Dimensions (mm)140(h) * 215(w) * 16(d)
London is open for business (and fun!) 24/7. Organized by the hours of the day, this insider's guide has the scoop on the most fascinating, delicious, and beautiful things the city has to offer. Discover the unknown nooks and crannies even within the most famous parks, palaces, and museums; see where to have breakfast or a cocktail; and make the most of London's lively nightlife.
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Like New York, London can be enjoyed all day and all night. This insider's guide gives you the gen on where, when and how to enjoy London at any hour. It covers places to stay, places to eat, drink, dance and be entertained and informed. Including all the main and famous places in London but with the added twist of highlighting some of the lesser-known parks, palaces and museums.

The book is structured by hours of the day, so it gives the ideal time to do any number of great things in a great city, from breakfast places and tea at 4, to cocktails at 6 and midnight walks. Discover gin palaces, walks beside the Thames, Hawksmoor churches and haunted pubs with this indispensable guide. Each entry lists the nearest tube stop so this grand city can be explored with an Oyster card!

Author Matt Brown from legendary London blog the Londonist is probably the most London-obsessed person there is. He brings his own extensive knowledge of the city to the book, revealing an array of new experiences even for the long-term Londoner and the discerning tourist.

With London Underground going 24 hours in September, this is a timely book to discover some of the hidden charms of this fascinating city.

Like New York, London can be enjoyed all day and all night. This insider's guide gives you the gen on where, when and how to enjoy London at any hour. It covers places to stay, places to eat, drink, dance and be entertained and informed. Including all the main and famous places in London but with the added twist of highlighting some of the lesser-known parks, palaces and museums.

The book is structured by hours of the day, so it gives the ideal time to do any number of great things in a great city, from breakfast places and tea at 4, to cocktails at 6 and midnight walks. Discover gin palaces, walks beside the Thames, Hawksmoor churches and haunted pubs with this indispensable guide. Each entry lists the nearest tube stop so this grand city can be explored with an Oyster card!

Author Matt Brown from legendary London blog the Londonist is probably the most London-obsessed person there is. He brings his own extensive knowledge of the city to the book, revealing an array of new experiences even for the long-term Londoner and the discerning tourist.

With London Underground going 24 hours in September, this is a timely book to discover some of the hidden charms of this fascinating city.

Matt Brown is probably the most London-obsessed person in the world, reaching parts of the capital others can't reach, while mixing up slogans from beer commercials. In the cause of exploring London, he has waded along the buried River Fleet, spent the night in a haunted plague pit, caught a lung infection by climbing Soho's tallest steeple and walked along the tracks beneath Leicester Square at 2am. Matt has lived in Blackheath, Borough, Greenwich, Weybridge, West Hampstead, Fortune Green and Chalk Farm. Thanks to the capital's obscene property prices, he's since gone into exile in what he optimistically refers to as 'The Future London Borough of Elstree and Borehamwood'.

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