Restaurant Londres : 10 adresses, 10 quartiers Oubliez la mauvaise réputation de la cuisine britannique en découvrant Londres et ses meilleures adresses culinaires d’un quartier à l’autre. Une façon gourmande de (re)visiter la capitale de la Grande-Bretagne. 1. 20 great UK walks with pubs, chosen by nature writers 1 Grassington, Yorkshire dales Length: 11 milesTime: 5½ hoursStart/finish: Grassington National Park Centre (Google map/OS Explorer OL2)Grade: ModerateRefuel: Craven Arms, Appletreewick Anyone who grows up in or around the Yorkshire dales ends up carrying it with them. There’s something about the crumpled-duvet landscapes of emerald field and heathery fell, about encountering its sudden, Shire-like valleys threaded with muscular peat rivers, about stumbling across a ruined abbey at dusk or drinking well-earned beers by pub fires that forever sticks in the head and the heart. One of the national park’s greatest pubs has to be the Craven Arms at Appletreewick (mains from £8.95).
Piccadilly Circus The Circus lies at the intersection of five main roads: Regent Street, Shaftesbury Avenue, Piccadilly Street, Covent Street and Haymarket. It was created by John Nash as part of the future King George IV's plan to connect Carlton House - where the Prince Regent resided - with Regent's Park. The creation of Shaftesbury Avenue in 1885 turned the plaza into a busy traffic junction.
Tate Modern Southwark (Jubilee Line, 600 metres approx Blackfriars: District and Circle Line, 800 metres approx St Paul’s: Central Line, 1,100 metres approx. Routes 45, 63 and 100 stop on Blackfriars Bridge Road Routes RV1 and 381 stop on Southwark Street Route 344 stops on Southwark Bridge Road Blackfriars 300 metres from the South exit; 800 metres from the North exit.
Galleries The Museum is arranged into four main galleries – the Moving Toys Gallery, the Creativity Gallery, the Childhood Galleries and the Front Room Gallery. Download a map of the Museum (773KB .pdf) Moving Toys Gallery The Museum's Moving Toys Gallery is divided into four sections – Pushes and Pulls, Springs and Cogs, Circuits and Motors and Look See. Find out more Carnaby Street Carnaby Street is a pedestrianised shopping street in the City of Westminster, London, located in the Soho district, near Oxford Street and Regent Street. It is home to numerous fashion and lifestyle retailers, including a large number of independent fashion boutiques. Streets crossing, or meeting with, Carnaby Street are, from south to north, Beak Street, Broadwick Street, Kingly Court, Ganton Street, Marlborough Court, Lowndes Court, Fouberts Place, Little Marlborough Street and Great Marlborough Street. The nearest London Underground station is Oxford Circus tube station (on the Bakerloo, Central and Victoria lines). History Irvine Sellars and other boutiques, Carnaby Street, 1968.
Visit us Entry is free (There is a charge for some temporary exhibitions) Opening times Last Friday of the month open until 22.30 for Lates, excluding December. The Museum is open every day, including Sundays and bank holidays, but closed 24-26 December. London with kids You have already covered the classics – from the Tower of London to the dinosaurs of the Natural History Museum, feeding countless squirrels on the way. What else to do with kids in London? Here are a few ideas. Scroll downs for themes: afternoon tea, Harry Potter, fun restaurants, Paddington, rainy days… Two hoards and one unknown Viking ruler Ian Richardson, Portable Antiquities and Treasure, British Museum The saying goes that one waits an eternity for a London bus to arrive, only for two to eventually show up at the same time. Dot Boughton, Finds Liaison Officer (FLO) for Lancashire and Cumbria, is probably beginning to feel that the same rule applies to Viking silver hoards.
Sleeping Beauty - Hackney Empire In a brand new pantomime created by the award-winning team at Hackney Empire, Susie McKenna and Steve Edis bring this traditional fairytale bang up to date. ‘Spectacular… it’s a corker’ ★★★★★ Culture Whisper ‘An explosion of spirited, sparkly fun’ ★★★★ Evening Standard Top Seven Pie Restaurants in London Pies have been served across the capital for centuries, whether in the East End by bakers on carts or in the west at Twickenham, where there’s even an island named after the eel pies that were served to passing boatmen. 1. Rules – Covent Garden With an old-world English feel both on and off the plate, Rules in Covent Garden is a great place to tuck into a traditional pie. London’s oldest restaurant was known for its porter, pies and oysters when it opened more than 200 years ago.
Faroe Islands fit cameras to sheep to create Google Street View Living across 18 tiny sub-polar islands in the north Atlantic, Faroe islanders are used to working in difficult conditions. So tired of waiting for Google Street View to come and map the roads, causeways and bridges of the archipelago, a team has set up its own mapping project – Sheep View 360. With the help of a local shepherd and a specially built harness built by a fellow islander, Durita Dahl Andreassen of Visit Faroe Islands has fitted five of the island’s sheep with a 360-degree camera. As the sheep walk and graze around the island, the pictures are sent back to Andreassen with GPS co-ordinates, which she then uploads to Google Street View. “Here in the Faroe Islands we have to do things our way,” says Andreassen.