Situated in Canada Square, this was designed both as the skylight of the shopping mall below and as a sculptural image above ground, especially when the blue lights around it reflect off the curved...
Hoxton Square is in the heart of Shoreditch, the most exciting place in today’s London. It's the location for the most fashionable clubs, restaurants and galleries, and the place where fashion is happening. It serves as home base for many British fashion designers, including Giles Deacon, Gareth Pugh, Christopher Kane, Marios Schwab, Richard Nicoll and others. In the summer, the square is extremely popular.
This colossal Doric column was built in 1666 to commemorate the Great Fire of London and to celebrate the rebuilding of the City.
Despite the fact that there are taller buildings in London, you'll have a interesting view of the City from the top of this column. You'll climb 311 steps to the tower's top. Entrance costs 3 GBP.
I visited Hassop Hall several years ago and had the pleasure of staying in the Honeymoon Suite. The bathroom alone was absolutely sublime. Archways in the bedroom give the room a royal feel. It has a light and graceful atmosphere. Dining downstairs had excellent service, and I felt like a Queen. This remains my favorite hotel. It is located near Chatsworth, in Bakewell, seen in the movie Pride and Prejudice. Touring throughout the lush gardens all day, made coming back to Hassop hall a dream.
When it was built it was the worlds most expensive ever stadium. If your a sporting person then this is the place for you. Daily tours through the complex. Many a historic match was held here. A good afternoon of football fun