London is a city that’s known for its architecture from the Gothic splendour of Westminster Abbey to the more formal Nash terraces of Regent’s Park, but until I started researching this post I hadn’t realised how many Art Deco buildings there were, the city is full of them. These are some of my personal favourites. Continue reading Mr Bell’s Art Deco London In Pictures
The area around Westminster and Whitehall in London is always filled with tourists and is home to some of London’s most famous and iconic tourist attractions but step away from the main areas and you’ll discover some parts of London that the tourist rarely sees. Continue reading Mr Bell’s London: Westminster And Whitehall
Sitting on the 35th floor of 20 Fenchurch Street in the heart of the City is the Sky Garden, London’s highest garden offering spectacular views over three storeys of the City, the river and beyond. Continue reading Mr Bell In London: Visiting The Sky Garden
Greenwich Village is one of the most beautiful and historic neighbourhoods in New York. Continue reading Mr Bell In Greenwich Village New York
Singapore is a small country but when it comes to attractions there’s plenty to see. It was hard choosing them but this is my top 10 list of must see Singapore attractions. Continue reading Mr Bell’s Must See Singapore Attractions
Greenwich in London has many free attractions that are worth visiting but one that does get overlooked and is actually worth a visit is the Greenwich Foot Tunnel, an amazing piece of Victorian engineering.