A fellow blogging author, Marsha Moore, has a book coming out which may interest all those planning to come to London and who wish to visit some off-the-wall and fun places that don't cost a fortune [Did you know the admission to Westminster Abbey is £15 now? Outrageous - I gave it a miss - but St Margarets is still free].
Anyway, the book - 24 Hours: London, is an hour-by-hour listing to all the cool and crazy things to do in the most fascinating city in the world. The release date is August, but it's available for pre-order now at Amazon.
Marsha has spent weeks, no, make that months, trawling through the city's alleys and byways collecting unusual information and now its available to all. Here are a few of the things she has found:
- London's ecological dance club, where the lights are powered by the movement of dancers on the dance-floor.
- The Kniterati, a monthly knitting book group.
- Colin Firth's coffee shop.
- A 24-hour beigel shop once frequented by Mick Jagger.
-Ghost theatres, ghost hunting, and ghost stations.
And much more - I shall certainly be in the queue for a copy and I love this city too. It's so diverse and always changing.