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An interesting little park pretty much in the heart of touristy London. Okay to walk through in the summer when it's green and the flowers blooming. The main thing to see is the cottage like building in the centre of the park as well a...More
I've been cutting through Soho Square for decades although seem to recall a few years ago that part of it was used for Crossrail construction works because four huge grout shafts had to be constructed in the vicinity of the square for ground stabilisation as...More
My husband and I came out of a well known store in London, walked along to cross the road, and saw a building we hadn’t seen before. We decided to and have a look, was quite surprised to find it was in some gardens.
This is one of the nice places in London to visit. It’s a gays friendly area so please be nice and kind with them xxx the small park is lovely and enjoyable for everyone and at any ages. It looks peaceful and along the way...More
A nice enough little park with a structure in the center which looks Tudor, but was actually built in the 1920s as a way to access the electricity substation. It seems to get crowded with people gathering for picnics after work in warm weather.
This square is heavily used to the point that it is now primarily only packed dirt or faint patches of yellow, withering grass. It needs to be much better maintained than this, and it is truly unfortunate to see it reduced to this state.
The go-to district for a good time in London, Soho hosts a wealth of world-class theatres and a compelling lineup of cafes, restaurants, pubs, bars, and clubs. At Soho's core is London's original Red Light District and the epicenter of the LGBT scene – and thus the city's hottest nightlife. For shopping enthusiasts, Soho is not only the home of London's greatest concentration of boutique shops, but also the
most strategic place to set off on a tour of the world's most celebrated department stores. In the southern part of the neighbourhood lies Chinatown, with its multitude of delicious and affordable restaurants. Closer to the Thames, Chinatown's narrow and teeming lantern-lit lanes spill onto the expansive hub of glitzy Leicester Square.