Transport for London Goes Contactless

From the 16th of September, passengers of public transport in London can use their contactless payment cards to pay for travel on buses, tram, DLR, London Overground, most local National Rail services and the Tube.

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XE Currency App Even Comes in Handy When You're Offline

The XE currency app enables travelers to “convert every currency on-the-go” by offering “live proprietary exchange rates and historical charts” to make calculating prices and exchange rates fast and hassle free. The app has seen more than 25 million downloads since its release, including my own. I use this app all time.

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7 Sensational Wine Bars in London

Want to be the toast of the town during your next visit to London? Keep this septet of wine bars in mind! Cheers.

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4 Tips for Less Turbulence at the Airport

Check online, weigh your bags at home, etc … we all know all those “savvy tips” to save you time, money and hassle at the airport. Here are four more from my own experiences to add to your carry-on items. Bon Voyage!

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Blogger Interview: Mostly About Chocolate

Mostly About Chocolate is a blog that is (yep you guessed it) mostly about one of the world's most favorite treats. The long running blog is a project of devoted passion for Judith Lewis. If you're planning any trips (just about anywhere) and would like to include a few chocolate escapades, her blog is an excellent resource to keep in mind. And if you're a chocolate lover coming soon to London, Judith has some especially delicious news for you! See for yourself at mostlyaboutchocolate.com.

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