Whether You Love Architecture Or Design, London Has It All
Posted Mar 05 2013 1:20pm
People come to London for many reasons. They holiday here to enjoy the hustle and bustle and to see all the things they see in the movies and read about in books. Others come here for work and to start their lives, others have lived here for generations. No matter what your reasons are, London is a slice of living history. A look at the architecture in the city is enough to walk you through every era that this grand city has ever seen. If you have a weekend free and want to enjoy what is on offer in the city, both architecturally and historically, then a day spent enjoying various public houses with London escorts is a great way to see the city.
To begin with, why not start with a little Olde World architecture at Ye Olde Watling? Rumoured to have been built by Sir Christopher Wren, (yes, THAT Sire Christopher Wren) in 1666 and reportedly for his workers on St Pauls Cathedral, this pub is cosy, historical and everything you want when you want to get away from it all and sink into a cosy booth and marvel about how many faces this place has seen, how many lives were enjoyed here, and now how much enjoyment you and London escorts will derive from this jewel in London's crown.
If you aren’t from around these parts and can think of nothing more enjoyable than marvelling at the very finest Victorian décor, then Prince Alfred is for you. Built at the very height of the British Empire, Prince Alfred has been voted as one of London's best gastro-pubs. Not only is it of great historical significance, but with the original Victorian wooden partitions it gives you the privacy of five different snugs to spend your time with London escorts. What better way to get to know each other better than in private in a restored pub? We can’t think of any.
If you prefer to not only sit and enjoy yourself in some of the best historical buildings, but also to transport yourself to a different era, Soho’s Secret Tea Room is for you. Located above Coach and Horses, London's most famous pub, you can be tempted by delicious cakes, teas and lulled by jazz sounds from the 40's. Here you can really get into the swing of things, and the staff here can help you with that. With great themed uniforms and the fact that they are more than happy to help you select from their 16 different teas, you will be welcomed here time after time.
London has so much more on offer than you first think. If you want to relax, unwind, enjoy some good company and marvel at beautiful architecture, or to take a step back and enjoy the history that London has on a plate, then hitting the streets and spending time at some of the best pubs and tea houses around sounds like the perfect activity.