All posts by Marcin Jagodzinski

Aldwych Station

The Tube is a vast network, well organized, smooth operating and generously overpriced  But there are some parts of the network which were not as successful. There are more examples like that, but this one is apparently one of the best kept and right in the heart of London!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xSzU0oM4mM

P.S. If someone knows a way in, let us know

Easter in London

A nice long weekend just started for some which gives a chance to do something interesting, or fun, or both – have it as you wish. We had a look at what can be done. The choice is vast and various and it is difficult to pick a choice, so we decided to take the easy way out and leave it with you 🙂 Here are some proposals, you might do one of these or get inspired to do something of your own!

Happy Easter from the Team at The Cleveland!

https://www.timeout.com/london/things-to-do/16-egg-free-ways-to-make-the-most-of-the-easter-weekend-in-london

OId Operating Theatre

We noticed that we have not suggested any museum for quite a while. Even after skipping the famous ones there is so many left, and today we chose this.

http://oldoperatingtheatre.com/

Today’s medicine is quite amazing, there are many diseases we can now cure and more and more complicated injuries can be fixed. It must be interesting to see how we got there…

Enjoy,

Bonfire Night

It will be very bright and loud ion London this weekend. The sky will light up in many places across the city, here is a list of the biggest shows:

http://www.timeout.com/…/bonfire-night-fireworks-displays-i…

It might be difficult to get tickets (for example Alexandra Palace is sold-out) but there always might be a spot somewhere around with a nice view. If you want to see the fireworks but do not have the ticket, these option is worth investigating 😉

Enjoy,

Olympic spirit

Olympic games started last weekend in Rio. Some are lucky enough to be there, for most of them who are not but still want to feel some of the spirit, why not trying out some of the London venues from 2012. For example, if you like cycling (any form, pretty much) the Lee Valley Velodrome would be an interesting place to try out.
 
 
Enjoy,