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 London Walks - Guided Tours
London Walks are an original way to discover the hidden and secret parts of this famous city.
There’s plenty to see in Clerkenwell which is known as “London’s Hidden Village” and Smithfield, once an area of execution and home to the famous St Bartholemew’s Hospital where we’ll visit the hospital’s fascinating small museum.
A specialist in London Theatre, Diane has led a number of tailor made tours for inernational Theatrical and Choral Groups and is looking forward to introducing you to the delights of her native City.
www.secretlondonwalks.co.uk   (6173 words)

  
 (GC31C7) London Transit v3.0 (IN TRANSIT) by StudebakerHock
London Transit is always either Hidden or in Transit.
If you have found London Transit before, you are welcome to search for it again after it is re-hidden by another cacher.
London Transit can be found over and over by the same cachers, as it will always be in a new location.
www.geocaching.com /seek/cache_details.aspx?guid=35a3029c-4136-4f42-8bde-b25df7791a01   (870 words)

  
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Thereupon little pamela Giry began to cry text, please update the version number by 0.1 and redistribute and whirling shapes which might have been almost pamela anything has not had time to breathe upon the changing dust it hallowed death to know the agony of separation from pamela the objects of our love ale.
www.fathommediagroup.com /acilqdl.html   (870 words)

  
 Hidden
Hidden London The metropolis of London, England has many places that are of interest, but not generally known to the pub...
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www.brainyencyclopedia.com /topics/hidden.html   (870 words)

  
 Wikipedia talk:WikiProject London - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The article, Hidden London, has been marked for "move to Wikitravel" because it appears to be more appropriate for that part of the project.
The London geo stub and London infobox both use the arms of the City of London as their icon.
I propose that names such as Croydon, Southwark etc should as defualt be re-directs to the London boroughs of the same name, as opposed to being about the historic "core" areas of the boroughs, unless there is good reason to do otherwise.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Wikipedia_talk:WikiProject_London   (870 words)

  
 Recent Travels
Memorably, the cannon appeared at Wesleyan's sesquicentennial celebrations in 1981 hidden inside the large anniversary cake that was cut by Nancy Campbell, wife of then-President Colin Campbell.
If you have any cannon lore you'd like to share (or if you happen to know where the cannon is presently located), please contact us.
The plaster was broken apart with hammers and chisels and the wooden crate inside containing the cannon was swiftly carried off by a group of students.
www.wesleyan.edu /libr/schome/cannon/cannon3.htm   (668 words)

  
 GO BRITANNIA! TRAVEL GUIDE: London's East End
'Cockney On Britannia' visits places where some of London's best kept secrets are hidden, away from the traditional tourist traps, where you can enjoy some history and events in the lives of ordinary people.
To be a true Londoner, a Cockney, you have to be born within hearing distance of bells of St.
The Bow Bells were the curfew bells promptingpeople to extinguish their fires before going to bed.
www.britannia.com /travel/london/cockney   (69 words)

  
 BBC - London - Your London - Hidden London - Tyburn Nuns
The Tyburn tree, (also called the Deadly Never Green Tyburn Tree) was the site of the gallows for the criminals of London and Middlesex from 1196 to 1783.
Tours are available at the convent three times daily though some Londoners drop in more regularly hoping for some relief for the rigours of the world outside.
Situated at the Tyburn Convent at Marble Arch just a few hundred paces from the site where 105 Catholics were killed in the Reformation, the Benedictine Sisters and their world have remain largely unchanged whilst the city moved on around them.
www.bbc.co.uk /london/yourlondon/hidden_tyburn.shtml   (325 words)

  
 Hidden London biography .ms
The metropolis of London, England has many places that are of interest, but not generally known to the public or accessible by the public.
There are separate articles on the Subterranean rivers of London and Subterranean London in general; this article exists to catalogue and describe the more peculiar and interesting places in above-ground London.
The Temple of Mithras in the City of London
hidden-london.biography.ms   (325 words)

  
 London's Subterranean River Fleet
The Thames tributaries in London are hidden from sight today, but the rivers still flow as strongly as they did in the days of King Henry VIII.
Most of the prisons of medieval London were in or near the Fleet valley: the 'Cold Bath Fields Prison and New-Bridewell' in Clerkenwell, Newgate Gaol (near today's Old Bailey and which featured public executions up until 1868), the Fleet and Ludgate prisons almost touching each other, and then the old Bridewell Prison in Blackfriars.
The longest and most important of London's subterranean rivers is the river Fleet.
safariexamples.informit.com /0130320722/author/fleet.html   (325 words)

  
 ABD - Speed Cameras - London
A12 in London, several well-hidden cameras along the new link road between the Blackwell Tunnel and the North Circular.
London - Between the end of elevated section of the A40 and the Southall turnoff there are three speed cameras on each side of the road, plus a reversible central reservation camera.
A41 Southbound Brent Cross London NW4: Beyond the end of the flyoverover the North Circular road, past the ornate Electricity Board substation, 40 mph.
www.abd.org.uk /cameras/london.htm   (1595 words)

  
 Mina House > London > United Kingdom
This calculator will help you to compare the costs of renting a home/office in London to the costs of buying a home/office in London.
This calculator attempts to forecast the net effects of all the hidden forces so you can make an informed decision.
united-states.asinah.net /US-Hotels/15836.html   (1595 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - Use of global-positioning tech up on farms
LONDON, Ohio — The tractor weaves to ride the field's dips and rises while perfectly hugging the row previously cut by its black-clawed tiller, creating a seamless pattern of turned soil.
Researcher Peter Ling said the camera spots tomatoes and determines their size and color even if they are partially hidden behind leaves or stems.
Developed by Ohio State University researchers with a $100,000 grant from NASA, the single-armed robot has a prosthetic hand and a lipstick-sized camera and is mounted on a portable platform.
www.usatoday.com /tech/products/gear/2004-12-22-farmtech_x.htm   (1045 words)

  
 Ramblers Association - Information - Path - London LOOP
The LOOP, pioneered by the London Walking Forum, is London's first official orbital footpath, a fascinating journey around the edge of greater London down hidden alleyways through residential areas, along rivers and canals, across public parks, nature reserves, woods, occasional enclaves of farmland and surprisingly few roads, with many unexpected gems along the way.
The section between Moat Mount and the edge of Barnet is now part of the London LOOP, and the route then follows the river south to connect the route with the Capital RING near Hendon, before continuing to the edge of the Heath.
The London Loop by David Sharp, ISBN 1 85410 759 3.
www.ramblers.org.uk /info/paths/londonloop.html   (1045 words)

  
 Britannia.com: Hidden London by Jan Collie
The story of Little Dorrit plays out in and around the Marshalsea prison, one of London's best known gaols and one with which Dickens was well acquainted, since his father spent some months incarcerated there for debt.
Inside it is the font where Dickens has Little Dorrit baptised, the altar where he has her married and the vestry where he makes her sleep, with the burial-book for a pillow.
The prison, which, unusually, was very much like a village behind bars, had been shut down by the time the author came to write Little Dorrit but relics of it remained.
www.britannia.com /hiddenlondon/dorrit.html   (217 words)

  
 BBC NEWS UK England London Lee Ryan turns on London lights
Children were also able to hunt for acorns hidden in Regent Street shops to win the chance to hold a premiere party for 50 friends at a private screening room in Soho, central London.
This year marks the 51st anniversary of the festive lights on one of London's busiest shopping streets, and for the first time a fireworks display accompanied the switch-on.
Lee Ryan joins a long list of celebrities who have turned on the famous lights.
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/uk_news/england/london/4407246.stm   (228 words)

  
 "London"
Glen claims that "London" is not a statement of moral outrage or despair, but the voice of a "marking prophet" who discloses the hidden logic of society by means which transcend rational analysis (216).
The speaker of "London" reveals the Bard in his "middle state;" no longer optimistic, he is not yet self-aware of his degradation by experience, as is the figure whom in the designs he most resembles: the speaker of "The Voice of the Ancient Bard" (197).
"London," Kiralis argues, examines the evils born of incorrect social organization; the people of London are miserable because of various means to an organized way of society, including the authoritative institutions of Church, state, commerce, and marriage.
virtual.park.uga.edu /~wblake/SIE/46/46rollin.bib.html   (1993 words)

  
 GO BRITANNIA! TRAVEL GUIDE: London's East End
'Cockney On Britannia' visits places where some of London's best kept secrets are hidden, away from the traditional tourist traps, where you can enjoy some history and events in the lives of ordinary people.
To be a true Londoner, a Cockney, you have to be born within hearing distance of bells of St.
The Bow Bells were the curfew bells promptingpeople to extinguish their fires before going to bed.
www.britannia.com /travel/london/cockney   (69 words)

  
 BBC - h2g2 - Hidden Corners of Hampstead Heath, London, UK
Hampstead Heath in North London is a vast expanse of land that stretches from London's Zone 1 to Zone 3 and plays host to several stately and historical homes.
There is an ornamental fish pond at the heart of the garden and at the far end there is a little alcove with a bench which gives a stunning view of the heath with London as the backdrop.
The park is a staple of Sunday afternoon family picnics and soccer games and is a great spot for generally lazing around on a hazy summer's afternoon.
www.bbc.co.uk /dna/h2g2/A413894   (1175 words)

  
 BBC - London - TV & Radio - Inside Out - Prefab Housing
North Downham is London's last prefab estate, a hidden village deep in the south of London.
In London the Peabody Trust, one of the capital's largest social landlords, has begun work on its second "modular" project in Stoke Newington.
However, the prefabs at North Downham show that this doesn't have to be the case.
www.bbc.co.uk /london/insideldn/insideout/series4/prefab_houses_architect.shtml   (1175 words)

  
 Estimating the prevalence of problem drug use in inner London: a discussion of three capture-recapture studies.
Estimating the prevalence of problem drug use in inner London: a discussion of three capture-recapture studies.
It is important that a larger study is carried out in London.
AIMS: To provide an evidence base of estimates of the prevalence of problem drug use in inner London.
www.aegis.com /aidsline/2000/oct/A00A1131.html   (521 words)

  
 The Clash: London Calling ---Ink Blot Magazine
Where many double albums sprawl and stumble, London Calling gets more focused with every track, until the ferocious hidden kiss-off "Train In Vain" sends you back to side one.
After London Calling and Sandinista brought worldwide critical recognition, The Clash conquered America with a series of tours and the mediocre Combat Rock album.
Crucially, The Clash evolved, discovering reggae, rockabilly and the Sandinistas along the way, and proved to be a musical force that could outlast punk.
www.inkblotmagazine.com /rev-archive/clash1.htm   (420 words)

  
 Study Abroad Programs in London, England.
Despite its size, it is also a series of small villages with beautiful squares, hidden gardens and local parks making it one of the greenest capital cities in the world, as well as one of the most popular study abroad destinations worldwide.
London is a cosmopolitan melting pot known for its theatre, entertainment, fashion, history, pubs, museums and markets.
Whether you are looking for the bustle of a big city or the familiarity of a local community, London offers something for every student who desires to study abroad in England.
www.gowithcea.com /programs/england/london.html   (420 words)

  
 Jay Kinney's JayKinney.com
The Inner West: An Introduction to the Hidden Wisdom of the West is edited and introduced by Jay Kinney.
The Doctor in his guise as Jay Kinney, author and editor, was interviewed from July 30 through August 12, 2004 by Bobby Lilly and others in the Inkwell.vue conference on The Well, the venerable online community and discussion board.
Jay Lynch's Creative Solutions - The mentor of my youthful cartooning days has his own fascinating site.
www.jaykinney.com   (420 words)

  
 Work at BBC London on 43 Things
It’d also be nice to see more London features, exposing hidden gems of the city.
BBC London comprises the BBC London local radio station (94.9FM in London, also streamed online and via satellite), local tv news bulletins broadcast on BBC1, and the BBC London website (www.bbc.co.uk/london).
Why BBC London is great — 1 year ago
www.43things.com /things/view/36962   (343 words)

  
 Amazon.com: DVD: London Voodoo
London Voodoo is a film, much like Rosemary's Baby, in that it takes its time telling its story in order to reveal it's many hidden surprises.
Robert Pratten and the cast of London Voodoo have delivered a personal and intimate view of adult relationships in a special setting.
Robert Pratten's terrific indie film, London Voodoo, is a subtle and intelligent adult horror film in the spirit of Nicholas Roeg's Don't Look Now.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B0002VBIL2?v=glance   (343 words)

  
 Underground History - Disused Stations on London's Underground
Since moving to live near London a few years ago, one of my interests has been the London Underground, one of the world's oldest and busiest underground railway networks.
I'm not a train spotter by any means, but I find the history and background of London's subterranean railway fascinating.
One of the things I find most interesting is the changing history of the railway, of which there is still much hidden evidence.
underground-history.co.uk   (343 words)

  
 'What Not to Wear' hosts target clothing decisions LJWorld.com
London says she and Clinton, who joined the show last year, never target people's tastes and figures, only their clothes.
London and Kelly show up for "the hit," surprising would-be participants with an offer of $5,000 worth of new clothes.
Hidden cameras follow the contributors and their closets for two weeks and that footage, usually full of fashion faux pas, is later shared with viewers.
www.ljworld.com /section/arts/story/179526   (637 words)

  
 St Bartholomew-the-Great, London EC1 : tourist information from TourUK
The well-hidden church is one of London's few examples of Norman architecture.
In a dream he was saved from a winged monster by St Bartholomew and when he arrived back in England Rahere founded not only a hospital but also a priory and church dedicated to St Bartholomew.
The priory was established in 1123 by a monk named Rahere, who is buried in the church.
www.touruk.co.uk /london_churches/stbartholomew_church1.htm   (355 words)

  
 London
London was first founded by the Romans in the first century A.D. Covering six hundred and twenty five square miles, it is the largest city in Europe - from Paris to Berlin, all roads lead to London!
From budget accomodations to five star luxury hotels, Hotel London offers discounts up to 65% off and locates rooms for sold out dates throughout the city and surrounding areas.
shows, Musicals, Comedies and Plays, London Cabaret, Opera and Ballet, Buckingham Palace Tours, The Edinburgh Military Tattoo, Stratford Upon Avon, Sporting Events, The Barbican and National Theatres, and much more.
travelbritain.com /london/tourism   (355 words)

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