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Nightjar

Local Tip Beware of the women's toilets - they're tiny! Queues are more than likely.

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Sarastro

Local Tip It might not be to everyone's taste, but you'll find some interesting artwork when you visit the toilets!

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Drury Tea & Coffee Co. Ltd.

For all the tea and coffee connoisseurs out there, if you haven't done so already, you need to check Drury out. Hiding among the tangle of roads in London's quirky Covent Garden, the Drury Tea & Coffe more »

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Tibits

Tibits is an amalgamation of healthy eating. A central food bar (or, as they call it, a 'food boat') runs (or is that sails?) through the middle of the main eating area and it's from here where you ca more »

London Photos

Brixton Market (Credit: Jamie Koster)

Brixton Market (Credit: Jamie Koster)

British Museum (Credit: Jamie Koster)

British Museum (Credit: Jamie Koster)

Brixton Market (Credit: Jamie Koster)

Brixton Market (Credit: Jamie Koster)

St Paul's Cathedral (Credit: Jamie Koster)

St Paul's Cathedral (Credit: Jamie Koster)

Billingsgate Fish Market (Credit: Jamie Koster)

Billingsgate Fish Market (Credit: Jamie Koster)

The Tower of London (Credit: Jamie Koster)

The Tower of London (Credit: Jamie Koster)

Buckingham Palace (Credit: Jamie Koster)

Buckingham Palace (Credit: Jamie Koster)

Covent Garden (Credit: Jamie Koster)

Covent Garden (Credit: Jamie Koster)

The Kings Road (Credit: Jamie Koster)

The Kings Road (Credit: Jamie Koster)

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"I dislike feeling at home when I am abroad" - George Bernard Shaw