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121 (85) Grosvenor Square

The central garden, now open to the public, used to be reserved for the wealthy residents. A statue of Franklin D. Roosevelt stands in the square, as does a later statue of Eisenhower.

Grosvenor Square


122 (53) Classical music by candlelight

Likely to stay in the memory after all the historical facts from those museum trips have faded. Bring a friend.

Classical music by Candlelight



123 Southwark Wharves

Southwark Wharves


124 (90) Hay's Galleria

Hay's Galleria


125 (46) Walking in the Moonlight

Stretch those legs and raise a quid for charity. It’ll be a memorable night out under the stars above the clouds.

Walking in the Moonlight


126 (69) Ronnie Scott’s

The latest and the best, Ronnie’s makes light of its history – its all about the music.

Ronnie Scotts


127 (62) Take Afternoon Tea

Does it get anymore civilised than afternoon tea? Take tea at the Wolseley in Piccadilly and let the Englishness of it all make you want to utter those immortalised words - anyone for croquet?

Tea at the Wolseley



128 (60) Celebrate the Chinese New Year in London's Chinatown

Chinese New Year starts in late January/early February not the 1st January.

Happy London Chinese New Year


129 (66) Japanese Peace Pagoda, Battersea Park

Battersea was bombed by the Germans in world war two.

Japanese Peace Pagoda, Battersea Park


130 (63) Cheap Movies at the Prince Charles Cinema

Price doesn’t always equate to quality.

Prince Charles Cinema

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