There is a huge variety of options for honeymoons; however, there remain certain places that are especially effective at catering for tastes of many different couples. Those places include London, the attractions of which are incredibly diverse. This sheds light on why you should strongly consider the British capital as a setting for your own post-wedding getaway.
When you think of London, the first thing that comes to mind probably isn’t a babbling brook, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t spend your time there relaxing. There are plenty of things outside of the frantic city centre to take your mind off things for a while and here are just a few of them.
Sadly, rainy weather often seems to be as big a mainstay of British life as sipping tea and queuing. However, London is so amazingly diverse in its attractions that the city’s appeal is hardly compromised by just a bit of water falling. Yes, so strolling through the city’s plentiful parks of great beauty can no longer seem quite so attractive. However, here are some other things that, should raindrops start appearing, we would especially recommend you do during your stay in the capital.
As a fairly central district in London, Shepherds Bush is well-connected by public transport to other parts of the capital and its attractions. However, another major plus point of being in Shepherds Bush is the variety of exciting events that take place right on the doorstep. The area’s autumn calendar looks particularly packed and promising – here are some of the local events to which we are especially eagerly looking forward.
Shepherd’s Bush is said to have got its name as a place of rest for weary shepherds travelling to sell their wares in London. Things have changed since then, but the key to choosing the best accommodation in the area is understanding the location: it’s a place of vibrant change, yet has strong historical roots.