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Articles by Erin Gallagher Maury

Get Her to the Abbey on Time: The Royal Wedding Timings

Get Her to the Abbey on Time: The Royal Wedding Timings April 25, 2011 | Events | Read More
The following schedule has been confirmed by Clarence House for the royal wedding on 29 April: The wedding will be covered live on television, radio and on youtube.com/The Royal Channel: 2am PST, 5am EDT, 10am BST London, 11am CEST, 2:30pm IST, 7pm EST, 9pm NZST Twitter: @wabbey, @clarencehouse,...

Shake Your Tail Feather at the London Zoo

Shake Your Tail Feather at the London Zoo April 22, 2011 | Nightlife, What's New | Read More
If you’ll be visiting London this June and looking for an alternate nightlife venue then look no further than the London Zoo. Every Friday night in June, Zoo Lates opens for an after hours peak into the 750 species on display. Pre-order a Gordon Ramsay picnic for the evening or enjoy the street...

Family Friendly Easter Events in London

Family Friendly Easter Events in London April 21, 2011 | Events, Things to Do | Read More
London is absolutely gorgeous in the spring. With our recent streak of sunshine, blue skies and warm temperatures Easter weekend is set to be one of the finest on record. Grab an Easter basket and sample several of our suggested outdoor Easter events. Battersea Park Easy Peasy Skate is sponsoring a...

Royal Wedding Screenings in Hyde Park & Trafalgar Square

Royal Wedding Screenings in Hyde Park & Trafalgar Square April 19, 2011 | Events, What's New | Read More
London’s Trafalgar Square and Hyde Park are set to air the royal wedding on giant television screens to thousands, or more likely hundreds of thousands, of spectators. Both locations promise complete coverage of the procession, the ceremony, and traditional balcony wave from Buckingham Palace....

London’s Best Free Events this Weekend, April 15-17

London’s Best Free Events this Weekend, April 15-17 April 15, 2011 | Events, Things to Do | Read More
Hayward Gallery's The Royal Family     The Royal Family In honor of the pending royal nuptials contemporary artists display their quirky and humorous renditions of members of the House of Windsor, featuring artists Hans-Peter Feldmann, Alan Kane and Adam Dant Hayward Gallery...

Overdose on Chocolate this Weekend in London

Overdose on Chocolate this Weekend in London April 8, 2011 | Events | Read More
Become a chocolate connoisseur at The Chocolate Festival returning this weekend to London. The festival unites Britain’s best artisan chocolatiers to teach and indulge us in all we ever wanted to know about chocolate. Sample world class chocolates and treats including those from William Curley,...

London’s Newest Statue is Bad, it’s Really, Really Bad

London’s Newest Statue is Bad, it’s Really, Really Bad April 5, 2011 | What's New | Read More
London’s Fulham Football Club unveiled a 7′ statue of Michael Jackson this week much to the bewilderment of the fans. Team chairman Mohomed Al Fayed wanted to honor his deceased friend and says fans can simply “go to hell” if they don’t like it. Originally the statue,...

Shock Horror in UK Royal Family!

Shock Horror in UK Royal Family! April 1, 2011 | What's New | Read More
In echo of the Wallis Simpson affair that rocked the nation in 1937, Price William ditches beautiful bride-to-be Kate on eve of marriage for amorous American travel writer Erin Maury. Look carefully and you can see she even has Kate’s sapphire and diamond engagement ring! Said Ms Maury, “I...

Daddy Donkey’s Kick Ass Burritos

Daddy Donkey’s Kick Ass Burritos March 29, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
I moved to the UK nearly six years ago and often I am asked what I miss most about the United States. My reply is in this order: family and friends (since they are my most loyal readers) the weather, I’m from a very sunny place Mexican food Oh how I miss Mexican food. Not that sloppy mess of...

Top 5 Things to Do in London in an Hour

Top 5 Things to Do in London in an Hour March 25, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
With the arrival of British Summer Time this weekend we thought it was only fitting to suggest a few of the best things to do in London in under 60 minutes. Take advantage of the extra hour of daylight: 1. Walk the length of the South Bank along the Thames from Westminster Bridge to the Tower Bridge...
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