Aptly referred to as a giant "glass testicle" by London Mayor Ken Livingstone, this misshapen sphere on ... More
Aptly referred to as a giant "glass testicle" by London Mayor Ken Livingstone, this misshapen sphere on London's South Bank has changed the face of the London skyline. Along with serving as the civic center for London, it also houses a viewing deck atop its 10th story, called "London's Living Room". You can catch a nice view of the City Hall from sunny Potters Fields Park , just adjacent to it.
Infamous for being the hotel where the victorious England football team stayed the night before winning the 1966 World Cup,
the Hendon Hall invites one to join a host of famous sports personalities and actors who have stayed in ...
The Ibis London City is ideal for tourist or business stays. Located in the centre of Londons financial district, 20
m from Aldgate East station, it is a few steps from Liverpool St, the Tower of London and the ...
The AA rated, 4 star Apex City of London Hotel is a stylish, modern hotel in the heart of the
city. The hotel sits minutes from Tower Bridge, making it convenient for the business district as well as for ...