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Sushi Samba have dominated the world of fine Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine for a number of years now. Sushi Samba in London is located on the 38th and 39th floor of Heron Tower which offers the highest outdoor terrace in the U.K.
Food at Sushi Samba ranges from the finest Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine known to man. We also featured Sushi Samba London in our Best Rooftop Bars London post, which can be found clicking the appropriate link. Secret City Deals is one a leading city breaks website, covering entertainment, restaurants, city deals, theatre getaways, spa breaks hotels and more, for the most exclusive destinations and hotspots worldwide. This year is set to be a big one for the city of London, as the Olympic Games draw near and expected visitors to the English capital look set to achieve record-breaking figures.
London will be the first summer host city that has made plans and built with sustainability in mind. Of course, no trip to the 'Big Smoke' would be the same without a ride on the famous open-top red buses.
A number of itineraries and routes can also be found at the London Tourism Guide, which maps out several walking city tours in London that you can take.
Bloomsbury Farmer's Market is a great spot to visit on a Thursday for locally grown produce, meats and more.
The London accent and some of the terms they use can be confusing for visitors from other countries, as locals speak in terms known as cockney rhyming slang. Whilst England in general has a questionable reputation for food, in reality the cultural diversity in London means that there is a huge selection to be found. There are also a large selection of organic, vegetarian and vegan dining options, something to look out for when on city tours in London. Saf Restaurant is at the opposite end of town and is committed to promoting a healthy and sustainable menu, which is cooked in such a way as to preserve maximum nutritional value for diners. London has really woken up to sustainability in recent years and as such, many of the hotels in the city are 'going green'.
London has ambitious targets to meet concerning sustainability and to help Green Tourism for London has been set up to encourage local companies to meet those targets. The London awards are given out to businesses who actively promote green activities such as public transport, local cultural happenings and open spaces. Driving a car in London is a terrible idea for numerous reasons, not least because the city is so congested that you will get nowhere fast. There are plenty of eco-options to choose from whilst indulging in a London city tour without a guide; the city is famous for the Tube, which will take you all over town. For a novel and relaxing way to get about in London, why not try the River bus which runs regularly throughout the day - some even provide Wi-Fi and refreshments. If you're feeling really adventurous and in the mood for keeping fit, why not hire a bicycle and take a London city tour that way.
Any city tour of London has to include all of the world famous landmarks if you're visiting for the first time, but London has plenty of places that are tucked away from the mainstream tourist routes which really make the trip worthwhile. Whilst you're there, don't forget to take a trip on the London Eye for fantastic views of the city.
The Secret City Walk is by fella called Richard Jones, which I discovered online when trying to research hidden places in the City of London.


The beauty of this walk by Richard is that he not only gives you directions, but also provides an insight into what you pass by on your journey – a history lesson!
London’s most beautiful and impressive Victorian Market is best visited on a Sunday when all the shops are shut. You will wander down loads of historic secret alleyways which  make you feel like you have truly left the modern City of London – traffic jams, gleaming multi story office blocks and the crowds of people seem a million miles away. The Church of St Stephen Walbrook is reputedly one of  the most beautiful churches in London, which was built by Christopher Wren. Down another alleyway, lurked another closed pub the Williamson Tavern which in the 17th century was the site of the official residence of the Lord Mayor of the City of London.
The City of London’s Guildhall was shut, however I have visited here in the past, and it was nice to be able to enjoy the beautiful courtyard without having to share it with very many people!
Love Lane, was once upon a time a Red Light District and why it is meant to be named after the services that could be found there is beyond me.
West Smithfield was once upon a time a site for the public execution of heretics and dissidents in London.
The walls of St Bartholomew’s hospital which lead to the King Henry VIII Gateway – built in 1702 and which features the only outdoor statue of the King Henry VIII in London – still bear the signs of damage caused by shrapnel from a Zeppelin raid on the area in 1916. The Church of Holy Sepulchre Without Newgate, was a departure point for knights setting off on the crusades. By this stage I was hoping the Viaduct Tavern which dates from 1875 was open and it wasn’t. At times during the Secret London  walk I felt like I was almost a character in a Dickens novel! Check out the Best Hotels, Theatre Tickets, Restaurants, Spa Breaks, Things To Do and More. They currently have restaurants in New York City, Chicago, Miami Beach, Coral Gables, Las Vegas and of course here in London. The private dining room in the Duck & Waffle caters for up to 18 guests, while the main restaurant and bar caters for events of up to 250 guests.
Sushi Samba features their very own dedicated events team which can host the most immense event you could ever imagine. There are a number of options available to the dedicated ecotourist who is thinking of visiting the city either during the games or after. The plan focuses on five key themes including climate change, waste, biodiversity, inclusion and healthy living - this means that any green-minded visitors to London can rest assured that there have been no hastily built premises, waste has been minimised and the cultural diversity of London is celebrated.
Green City Walks offer a range of tours from as little as ?5, the proceeds of which go to the charities Oxfam and Cancer Research UK.
Big Bus Tours offer a number of city tours and include a free trip on the Thames and reward vouchers to use in local stores. These include Windsor Castle, Parliament, the East End and a market explorer which takes visitors to all the lesser known places where you will find a hidden London you never dreamed of. There is also a company who run food city tours, which reveals how the British have historically had concerns about animal welfare and food safety dating back to the 19th Century. As a city, London has a great deal of cultural diversity and as such, there is a huge amount of organic produce to be found dotted about the city in the form of markets. However, don't let this put you off, delve into the East End tour and learn the local language, it will be worth it for the cultural experience and you'll get to see the 'real' London.


Take a London city tour to discover the hidden markets and tucked away pubs that offer traditional London fare such as Jellied Eels or a Sunday roast. The Gate Restaurant offers numerous options for the carbon-footprint conscious, including vegan, vegetarian and organic wines in the west of the city. For a comprehensive list of the hotels participating in the scheme, see the Green Tourism Business Scheme site.
Whilst London saw a 6% increase in bus passengers following the introduction of the congestion charge, this has recently become less effective due to essential works being carried out in the city. Alternatively, there are plenty of other green options in London such as buses, train and trams and the purchase of an Oyster Card allows you to use all of these with just one card. River tours are also available and are a great way to explore the sights in comfort day or evening - some tours also offer a dining option. 2012 also sees the 200 year anniversary of Charles Dickens' birth, so there are bound to be a plethora of events surrounding the milestone. City tours led by a local are recommended as they help visitors to discover aspects to London that they otherwise wouldn't have. However the good news, is that this City Walk mostly steers clear of the tourist trap places and takes you on a journey through time as you wander down centuries old alleyways and courtyards where you will discover hidden churches, inns, buildings and gardens. This free walking guide gives you almost idiot prove directions, which will lead you on a magical journey through the streets of London. The Secret City walk can be found by clicking the link… I printed off the guide and wandered happily along the route clutching it in my hand, looking like a real tourist! There were some memorials to Merchant Seamen who died in both World Wars and to some of those executed on the former Tower Hill Scaffold. All was quite as I savoured the atmosphere of Leadenhall Market until a large group of tourists led by a twat… sorry slip of the tougne, I meant to say a tour guide  in a Harry Potter scarf  appeared to spoil the tranquilly -  the guide was in such a rush, it looked like  someone had shoved a rocket up his ass, that’s why I detest guided tours! William Wallace the Scottish freedom fighter and patriot was murdered here, hung, drawn and quartered – his memorial plaque is always worth visiting!
The walk is seemingly 2 miles long and will take you 2 hours – which must be London speed. Seems either no one is talking about louis daguerre at this moment on GOOGLE-PLUS or the GOOGLE-PLUS service is congested. Private and corporate events are all catered for, and their dedicated team of staff ensure all your requirements are carefully catered for.
There are a number of city tours in London such as Hidden Gardens and Docklands, which looks into the history of the Docks.
The list grades hotels by Gold, Silver and Bronze (a handy coincidence this year in particular) and these are only awarded after the accommodation has been visited and approved by inspectors. Because I chose to do the walk on a Sunday, certain places such as the Guildhall and St Bartholomew Museum where closed and most of the secret inns.
It took me fours hours, but I was taking lots of pictures, stopped for a  packed lunch and had an ale – I wasn’t in a rush and near should you be! The city tours for this year will also include special Olympic walks, which approach the stadium from a green aspect, with the development being explained by the guide as you go.



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