06.Sep.2014

National Railway Museum is part of the British National Museum of Science and Industry and tells the story of rail transport in Britain and its impact on society. It houses the national collection of railway vehicles with historical significance, like […]

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 […]