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OUTDOOR CINEMA
If you like the cinema, want to have a fun time with your friends or have a romantic date, the outdoor cinema is the perfect idea.
If you plan come to london or you are in London and you are looking for fun things to do with your friends, if  you are a couple, or out on your own? I recommend a visit to the outdoor cinema, a bag of popcorn and you will have a good time.
There are a lot of ways for enjoy the movies under the stars. Take your pick of rooftops, boats, parks or hot tubs!
Rooftop Film Club - Queen of Hoxton: Shoreditch isn't only a party place, you can also enjoy a film at the Rooftop Film Club. They have perfected the art of outdoor cinema on the roof of the Queen of Hoxton pub, with comfy director chairs, blankets and wireless headphones. There's a bar on the roof and a BBQ, It’s a great experience that runs from May through until September.   Where: Shoreditch      More info:  http://www.rooftopfilmclub.com
Film4 Summer Screen: Watching a movie under t…
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Canary Wharf is the financial center  located in the East End of London (Tower Hamlets). Canary Wharf contains many of Europe's tallest buildings, including the second-tallest in Great Britain. Today the main attraction of Canary Wharf is the offer of one million square meters of land in a forbidding city that generated its’ own housing bubble. The land  is less costly than in the City of London, and also offers the advantage that skyscrapers and tall buildings can group an entire company’s  staff in one building. It is believed that the name of Canary Wharf relates to merchandise originally from the Canary Islands that arrived there at the former docks. History Canary Wharf was a vision of the Canadian Jewish mogul Paul Reichmann, born in Vienna. Impressed with the opening reforms of Margaret Thatcher in the late eighties he presented a project, which then seemed almost utopian, to build a financial city in former loading docks at a bend in the Thames. Thatcher promised to take the …
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DriveNow is a partnership between BMW and Sixt that provides car sharing services in  cities in Europe and North America. The DriveNow service began in Munich Germany in June 2011. As of November 2014, DriveNow operates over 2,400 vehicles, which serve seven cities worldwide including London, with over 330,000 customers.
It is a new way to share a lower emissions vehicle, therefore the UK  government fully supports this initiative.
The company charges a base fee for the first 30 minutes of usage, followed by a per minute rate for every minute afterwards. Discounted rates for parked car, multi-hour usage and daily usage are also available and applied automatically.In addition, there is a one-time registration fee. The rates are all-inclusive and cover rental, fuel, insurance, parking and maintenance. In most cities, DriveNow vehicles can park in either specially designated parking spots, or in standard parking areas, with a special permit from the city
There is an ‘app’ for mobile devices…
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A lot of people think that London is a grey city with pollution, bad weather and rain, but the people that really know London, know differently. London is a green city and that has 3,000 parks and 13,000 species of wildlife. Listed here are some of the better green zones in London. Richmond Park: The largest Royal Park in London (1,000 hectares/2,500 acres), and home to 650 deer. This pastoral landscape of hills and woodlands set amongst ancient trees, with plants, animals and butterflies, offers a peaceful respite to visitors. Here the London Duathlon 2015 is held.  MapsYouTube

Hyde Park & Kensington Gardens:  Located in the center of London. Hyde Park in London has something for everyone. You can enjoy swimming, boating, cycling and skating. There are pitches for team games, tennis courts, tracks for horse riding and a spectacular children’s playground. MapsYouTube Greenwich Park: The park is part of Greenwich World Heritage Site, host to the Prime Meridian Line and the old Royal Ob…
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LONDON MARKETS

In London there are many markets. All parts of London boast their own market. They are often characterized by the quality and price of the products they sell, along with local knowledge, and specialist hand made products.
There are different types of markets food markets farmers’ markets fashion markets household goods
The best food markets
Berwick Street Market Situated on the stretch of Berwick Street between the Soho strip joints of Walker's Court and the elegant Yauatcha restaurant, this fruit and veg market is one of London's oldest.
Borough Market London’s oldest market dating back to the thirteenth century is also the busiest, and the most popular for gourmet goodies. If food is your thing, then Borough is the place to go. Broadway Market For east London’s fashionably attired food-lovers, there's no better Saturday destination than Broadway Market.
Brixton Market Is a very good place with restaurants a range of exotic and delicious  produce
The best Farmers’ Mar…