Name: Evans & Peel Detective Agency
Location: 310c Earls Court Road, SW5 9BA
Description: Prohibition Bar
Review: If you are only ever going to check out one speak-easy bar in London, Evans & Peel would be my choice. Why? Because it’s brilliant of-course! First advice is if you are going on a Friday or Saturday call up the detectives in advance so they can book you a time to see the detective.
After putting on your best nondescript over coat and inconspicuous shades, jump on the underground to Earls Court. Once you exit the station you might be surprised to find a blue police box in front of you. It is often a favourite parking spot for the Doctor’s TARDIS but lets not get too confused even if we are taking a trip bar to probation era New York. A short walk and you’ll find yourself at the detectives door.
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Name: Primrose Hill
Location: 51°32′23″N 0°09′39″W / 51.5396°N 0.1608°W / 51.5396; -0.1608
Description: Idyllic view of the city.
Details: Primrose hill has been on my agenda for a long time. It’s an obviously terribly kept secret (as everything in London is) in London’s Regents park, one of most popular green spaces in the city. You aren’t going to be the first person who has stumbled across this little gem, but it is a gem none the less.
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I was exploring the Adventure Travel conference at the Kensington Olympia on Sunday and have come across a few materials that I’d like to turn into an all purpose travel list. Good for events ranging from festivals too back packing… or most importantly surviving the zombie apocalypse.
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