Carnaby Echoes Celebrating 100 Years of London Music

These days Carnaby Street is probably best known as a Central London hub for designer shopping. But for much of its history, this iconic little Soho lane running between equally iconic Piccadilly Circus and Oxford Circus has been just as (or more) celebrated for its ties to popular music as its connections to the world of fashion.

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Best of OneTravel 2013

Reading over my OneTravel blog posts from the past 12 months, all I can say is wow, it was a very good year. Here's a look back at five of my favourite reasons to have travelled in 2013. I hope this year was as fun as mine and that 2014 will be great everybody. Thanks!

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5 Great Cookery Schools in Central London

Here's a list of five of the best cookery schools in London. I've been to all five, and I'm happy to vouch for all of them. Indeed, I'm a better cook for visiting each one. I've still got a long ways to go though. So maybe I should look into booking more sessions in 2014!

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Discovering Richard III's England in Leicester

Now may be “the winter of our discontent” according to Shakespeare's Richard III, but I'm just back from a day trip to the town of Leicester where the remains of the real Richard III were found earlier this year buried in what used to be a monastery and is now a car park.

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Two Exhibitions – Old and New – at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace

Two seemingly tenuously tied exhibitions have just opened at The Queen's Gallery in Buckingham Palace – Castiglione: Lost Genius and Gifted: From the Royal Academy to The Queen – offering visitors a chance to see some of the Royal Collections oldest and most recently received works.

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