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London’s Best Outdoor Pubs

If you are looking for free and easy outdoor pub tables in London, two of the best are in Hammersmith, near the famous bridge and guaranteed beautiful sunsets, no matter if it’s Autumn (blankets available) or Summer. The Dove and the Blue Anchor are part of British literary and television history, with patrons including Sylvia Plath and Dylan Thomas – and the two stars of Minder. You can picnic here in the local gardens then watch the sun set, or book for a Sunday Roast with water views.

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The Culpeper by Simon Rae, Unsplash
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Rooftop Astronomy in London

Watch Saturn and Mars in the sky from the rooftop of this Commercial Road building, with a break from stargazing for dinner in the first floor dining room of The Culpeper Kitchen.

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Retromania
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London: Best Secondhand Chanel

A short walk from Victoria London Underground Station in Pimlico, you will find a charity shop with a difference. Retromania sells secondhand at prices better than eBay and has a wonderful bargain basement.

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Retromania Manolo Blahnik
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London: Best Charity Shops for Women

How do we define ‘best’ charity shops in a city as big as London? Well, it’s got to be – the most shops, in the nicest place for cafes/bars, in the least picked-over territory, with the wealthiest and most stylish donors.

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Soup - The Court Café, British Museum
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London: Eating at the British Museum

There is real magic to be found in the museum, though – and it’s hidden on the ground floor.

The Court Café, a family-friendly café is great for grabbing a quick bite to eat or a coffee during your Museum visit.

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Alessandro Palazzi - Dukes Bar
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London: Dukes Bar

Dukes Bar is noted for custom martinis, so it’s a perfect bar if you’re in the mood for something new. With pomp and circumstance the drinks are created before your eyes.

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