• What county is London and M25 Circle?

    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What do you like about living in the "villagey" part of London?

    1. What made you choose the area or did happen to just grow up in the area (I am just asking this question here as your "email" didn't come through- thanks for trying - I appreciate it!)
    1. What made you choose the area or did happen to just grow up in the area (I am just asking this question here as your "email" didn't come through- thanks for trying - I appreciate it!)
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is Hatton Gardens in London famous for?

    Best answer: Diamonds and jewellery, Hatton Garden is in the Holborn district, and is the centre of the UK diamond trade
    Best answer: Diamonds and jewellery, Hatton Garden is in the Holborn district, and is the centre of the UK diamond trade
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it true that there are wild Parrots living in London?

    Best answer: In and around Kingston, London there is a 6,000 flock of parakeets. Every night they all flock onto Richmond park to bed down, every single one.
    Best answer: In and around Kingston, London there is a 6,000 flock of parakeets. Every night they all flock onto Richmond park to bed down, every single one.
    25 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Which oyster card should i get in order to use underground and bus. any advices?

    hello, I am going to visit London for study (training program). for one month. which oyster card should i get in order to use underground and bus. any advices?
    hello, I am going to visit London for study (training program). for one month. which oyster card should i get in order to use underground and bus. any advices?
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why do UK bus tickets outside of London cost so much?

    I live in Luton, Bedfordshire and moved from London to here and back in London a bus pass (oyster) would only cost £45 and could last about 6 years, but in Luton £45 would only get you a 4 week bus ticket. Doesn't anyone else find that a total rip off!
    I live in Luton, Bedfordshire and moved from London to here and back in London a bus pass (oyster) would only cost £45 and could last about 6 years, but in Luton £45 would only get you a 4 week bus ticket. Doesn't anyone else find that a total rip off!
    13 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Which towns are good near london for living?

    Best answer: It depends. Brighton or High Wycombe are great commuting towns and you can easily get into London in just under an hour from them. If I was you, I would personally live in the suburbs and commute from there. I do and it's very quick (I live in the inner suburbs).
    Best answer: It depends. Brighton or High Wycombe are great commuting towns and you can easily get into London in just under an hour from them. If I was you, I would personally live in the suburbs and commute from there. I do and it's very quick (I live in the inner suburbs).
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you know from where in London I can buy a plug in EU to UK adapter?

    Thanks very much!!!
    Thanks very much!!!
    10 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • I'm thinking of walking from London to Scotland?

    Best answer: Aside from the camping part, which I assume is true. 20 miles a day is a grueling hike with gear. Day after day it's not realistic so maybe 10 miles or so. Which makes your hike around a month, give or take.
    Best answer: Aside from the camping part, which I assume is true. 20 miles a day is a grueling hike with gear. Day after day it's not realistic so maybe 10 miles or so. Which makes your hike around a month, give or take.
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why do Londoners always seem so hard and aggressive?

    Best answer: It isn't like this in reality. I'm a Londoner and most of our people are actually quite friendly. Tv shows such as EastEnders just like to show a lot of drama
    Best answer: It isn't like this in reality. I'm a Londoner and most of our people are actually quite friendly. Tv shows such as EastEnders just like to show a lot of drama
    12 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What is Pinner in West London famous for?

    So I am in Pinner and it's about 10 minutes away from Ruislip and around 5-10 minutes away from Harrow. I've never actually been there (just the surrounding areas) and they seem to have a lot of historical buildings including a boarding school nearby. It looks like a pleasant area to live
    So I am in Pinner and it's about 10 minutes away from Ruislip and around 5-10 minutes away from Harrow. I've never actually been there (just the surrounding areas) and they seem to have a lot of historical buildings including a boarding school nearby. It looks like a pleasant area to live
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What places should I take my Aunty in London?

    Best answer: A familiar question - didn't she come when she said she would, a couple of months ago? One place she might not know is the Museum of Brands, off Ladbroke Grove, not very far for you and her to travel. They have all sorts of old packaging and objects that bring back memories for us older generations - your mum... show more
    Best answer: A familiar question - didn't she come when she said she would, a couple of months ago?
    One place she might not know is the Museum of Brands, off Ladbroke Grove, not very far for you and her to travel. They have all sorts of old packaging and objects that bring back memories for us older generations - your mum would enjoy it too. They also have a beautiful small garden and a café. It's all quite small and easy to get round.
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can I sleep in a cafe in London?

    Best answer: You could always do what some rough sleepers do - get a night bus to the end of the route, and then come back to the beginning of the route and then go to the end of the route, and then come back to the beginning of the route - I'm sure you get the idea!
    Best answer: You could always do what some rough sleepers do - get a night bus to the end of the route, and then come back to the beginning of the route and then go to the end of the route, and then come back to the beginning of the route - I'm sure you get the idea!
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago