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    Travel to London to Experience the Best Theater in the World

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    When most people think of theater, one of the first things that pops into their heads is New York’s famous Broadway. However, London’s theater district, full of the best hotels, theaters, and restaurants in the world, came before the Big Apple and its rightfully revered community of Thespians. Theater in the Big Smoke has become so successful that it continues to generate record annual revenues. According to, London’s theater scene earns £87 million a year.

    The metropolis’ theaters aren’t just popular among Londoners either. Many of the 30 million international tourists heading to London Town every year, as estimated by the London Plan, center their Continue Reading No Comments


    Party Buses A Luxurious Alternative to Designated Drivers

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    Planning a winery or brewery tour, corporate party, sporting event, bachelorette party, or wedding? What are you going to do about transportation? Asking guests to find their own way poses a lot of problems. Small venues may have limited parking, out of town guests need to scrape together last-minute carpooling arrangements, and large events with alcohol typically require a handful of designated drivers (at least!).

    There is an easy, stress-free solution. Limo and party bus rentals safely transport guests to and from event venues, make parking simple, and keep the party going — even during transit. In fact, luxury interiors include leather seating, fiber optic lig


    Four Centers of Food You’d Be a Fool to Miss in London

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    The British Empire lasted from the 16th century far into the 20th century. At its height, according to The Telegraph, the Empire had invaded nine out of every 10 countries and in the early 20th century, ruled over 458 million people, or 20% of the world’s population at the time. While the reach of Old Britannica has long since faded, the effects of those years on the United Kingdom can still be seen.

    Nowhere is this more true, perhaps, than in London. London Town, offering discount hotel rates, theater, and a history dating back to the Romans, is home to 270 nationalities and 300 different languages, according to Th