• What can you tell me about living in London?

    Recently moved to Brighton from Bournemouth and it's not really feeling any different. It's actually pretty quiet here. Is life different in London? Is there more going on? I mean you see people protest and get passionate about things that are political. That's what I want, I want the news you see on... show more
    Recently moved to Brighton from Bournemouth and it's not really feeling any different. It's actually pretty quiet here. Is life different in London? Is there more going on? I mean you see people protest and get passionate about things that are political. That's what I want, I want the news you see on TV to be on my doorstep. Live where the action is, even if it's a terrorist attack...
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Do you like going to the New Years eve fireworks in London Uk?

    Best answer: Millions have been there since this afternoon, you have to get tickets in advance months before.
    You cannot just turn up.
    And no, I would not go, too crowded and cold.
    Best answer: Millions have been there since this afternoon, you have to get tickets in advance months before.
    You cannot just turn up.
    And no, I would not go, too crowded and cold.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Will be in London 27/12 around 11am, but can’t check into my apartment until 3 pm?

    Best answer: Here is a list of the places in London that have left luggage facilities where you can leave your bags
    Best answer: Here is a list of the places in London that have left luggage facilities where you can leave your bags
    4 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Does it snow in London ?

    Best answer: Hello Daisy,

    Although it does not normally snow as much in the UK as it does in other parts of Europe such as Russia and Finland it can and does snow in every corner of the UK.

    London gets snow in the same other parts of the UK gets it.

    Poseidon
    Best answer: Hello Daisy,

    Although it does not normally snow as much in the UK as it does in other parts of Europe such as Russia and Finland it can and does snow in every corner of the UK.

    London gets snow in the same other parts of the UK gets it.

    Poseidon
    9 answers · 1 month ago
  • How much should I tip this cab?

    I am getting a cab somewhere, I think it’ll roughly be around £27, I’m using an app and will pay by card but how much should I tip him in person? £1 or £3 I would give him £30 and tell him to keep change but I am paying by card so I can’t do that.
    I am getting a cab somewhere, I think it’ll roughly be around £27, I’m using an app and will pay by card but how much should I tip him in person? £1 or £3 I would give him £30 and tell him to keep change but I am paying by card so I can’t do that.
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • I’m scared to get a cab?

    Hi. I am a 19 year old girl and I am very scared of getting a cab somewhere and being alone with a strange man because I am scared the person might take me to a different place and threaten and/or rape me. Is this an irrational fear or should I be worried? I plan to get a cab soon, I need a cab . I have an official... show more
    Hi. I am a 19 year old girl and I am very scared of getting a cab somewhere and being alone with a strange man because I am scared the person might take me to a different place and threaten and/or rape me. Is this an irrational fear or should I be worried? I plan to get a cab soon, I need a cab . I have an official cab app that I plan to use but I am scared. Any advice? Am I just being stupid here?
    11 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why is London so expensive?

    It seems like only peanuts are saved at the end of the month even if the job is full time
    It seems like only peanuts are saved at the end of the month even if the job is full time
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • I live on a London Borough boundary. Can I say from Greenwich Borough?

    Best answer: You don't live in Greenwich. However, you can say you come from Greenwich if you were born there.
    Best answer: You don't live in Greenwich. However, you can say you come from Greenwich if you were born there.
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • Don’t Londoners get stressed out looking for toilets?

    There are so few here.
    There are so few here.
    10 answers · 1 month ago
  • In UK why are temperatures in June and September 22C to 25C yet July and sometimes August is only 19C?

    I don't understand why summer temperatures in UK are so back to front, its as if late Spring and early Autumn are actually hotter than throughout summer (especially in JUNE) Is this to do with what currents and winds flowing into the country or is this more to do with the jet stream, and September really as... show more
    I don't understand why summer temperatures in UK are so back to front, its as if late Spring and early Autumn are actually hotter than throughout summer (especially in JUNE) Is this to do with what currents and winds flowing into the country or is this more to do with the jet stream, and September really as warm as 20C and above (even as late as the 28th September)? Thank you for all answers
    8 answers · 1 month ago
  • What information should I give my new students?

    I am going to teach English in France for a month so I am making a little book of photos and simple information to introduce me to the class so they know a bit about me. At the moment I have included; my family, my friends, my university, my primary school, and a map of where abouts I live compared to London. What... show more
    I am going to teach English in France for a month so I am making a little book of photos and simple information to introduce me to the class so they know a bit about me. At the moment I have included; my family, my friends, my university, my primary school, and a map of where abouts I live compared to London. What other things could I share with them?
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • What can you do on christmas day in london?

    Best answer: Looking for something to fill the hours between the presents and the turkey? There's more happening in the capital on Christmas Day than you might expect. If you're up early enough, you can see London's streets blissfully empty. By 11am, the masses are out. There are no tubes, buses or trams running,... show more
    Best answer: Looking for something to fill the hours between the presents and the turkey? There's more happening in the capital on Christmas Day than you might expect. If you're up early enough, you can see London's streets blissfully empty. By 11am, the masses are out. There are no tubes, buses or trams running, but if you can get .
    6 answers · 1 month ago