21.Aug.2014

Ham House is the Thames, west of Richmond Park. Built in 1610 for Sir Thomas Vavasour as a country residence, the building was inherited in the eighteenth century by Elisabeth Dysart, whose father was the whipping boy for Charles I, […]

14.Aug.2014

The principal set of stables to be alluded to as a mews was at Charing Cross at the western end of The Strand. The illustrious falcons were kept at this site from 1377 and the name determines from the way […]

07.Aug.2014

In Regent’s Park, north of the Zoo, beyond the canal rises Primrose Hill, the hill made ​​from material dug from the metropolis, where you have a beautiful view over the city. There is a play area, sports offices and open […]

29.Jul.2014

Syon Park is surrounding the building called Syon House, with an area of ​​22 hectares, in which Charles Fower, who built the Crystal Palace, built between 1820-1827 to a lush greenhouse. In the southern part of the forest extend roses. […]

25.Jul.2014

Buying a home (mortgage) is BIG step and investment for all involved – the mortgage broker and the person seeking to borrow. So before one looks into seeking financial assistance for a mortgage the first (and most important) step to […]

25.Jul.2014

Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon (Church of the Holy Trinity) is a Grade I listed building by English Heritage and is owned by the parish of Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England. It is also known under the name of Shakespeare’s Church, due […]