Trying a lot of new things is great in and of itself for a bunch of reasons – general merriment, self-development, something to talk about at the pub, the list goes on. But one of the most life enriching parts of getting out there and having new experiences in London is that it leads to meeting a ton of new people who, like you, are interested in soaking up all that the city has to offer.
With the recent onslaught of Baltic weather conditions, it's hard to believe that Easter is almost upon us. But at least there's an extended bank holiday weekend to look forward with the prospect of four whole days off. You can either stay home and overindulge on chocolate or go check out some of these Easter-themed things to do in London.
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Now that the frost has thawed it's the perfect time of year to exercise your green fingers and start planting a new garden. Even if you don't have an outdoor space, you can transform your house into a potting shed or at least add some greenery to your kitchen window or balcony. You can even start growing your own vegetables (everyone is doing it these days). If you're new to the gardening game, here are our top 10 tips.
With the first day of Spring falling on March 20, Spring is in the air in London this week or at least we're willing it to be. The days are longer, we've already spotted the first crocuses rearing their pretty little heads and people's spirits are lifting at the prospect of a bit more sunshine in their lives. To celebrate the end of the winter, here are some spring things to do in London.