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Dropped beer shatters glass walkway at London's Tower Bridge

Dropped beer shatters glass walkway at London's Tower Bridge

Officials say there was no danger to public after glass panel broke in walkway
Please, don't call: London's best 'no reservations' restaurants

Please, don't call: London's best 'no reservations' restaurants

From gourmet hotdogs to Sevillian tapas, the food served in these London restaurants is worth lining up for
Who owns London's landmarks?

Who owns London's landmarks?

Many of London's most recognizable buildings are owned by foreign investors. Here are eight
Eurostar looks to the future with new e320 trains

Eurostar looks to the future with new e320 trains

European airlines beware: These 320kph trains are upping the travel game with roomy seats and onboard wi-fi
Breathtaking glass walkway opens at London's Tower Bridge

Breathtaking glass walkway opens at London's Tower Bridge

Landmark crossing over the River Thames becomes latest global attraction to install vertical drop views
Millions visit London's 'sea' of poppies

Millions visit London's 'sea' of poppies

More than four million have visited the "Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red" installation at the Tower of London
11 biz hotels that make executive travel exciting

11 biz hotels that make executive travel exciting

Amazing art, business etiquette lessons and a "running concierge" ... these hotels do better than just free Wi-Fi
Harry Potter hotel site crashed by avid muggle fans

Harry Potter hotel site crashed by avid muggle fans

Harry Potter fans are clamoring to book a limited number of rooms at a central London hotel that were decorated based on the popular J.K. Rowling books
Gallery: Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014 award

Gallery: Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014 award

A selection of winning images and finalists from the annual competition, which received more than 42,000 entries from 96 countries
 London's new spaceship-style Tube designs

London's new spaceship-style Tube designs

Close one eye, it could pass for a regular subway train. Close the other, it looks like a "Star Trek" space shuttle
U.S. tourist gets trapped in London bookstore

U.S. tourist gets trapped in London bookstore

David Willis from Texas wandered in to the Waterstones store to use its WiFi, little suspecting he wouldn't be able to leave
World's best airport bike paths

World's best airport bike paths

Some allow travelers to pedal right up to their plane, others skirt airport perimeters, giving cyclists a closeup view of the behemoths of the sky
The strange world of London's Frieze Art Fair

The strange world of London's Frieze Art Fair

Soup said to be radioactive and fish in formaldehyde: A trip to contemporary culture's cutting edge
Coming soon: Best theme parks of the future

Coming soon: Best theme parks of the future

With so many awesome new attractions on the way, the next few years are going to be a roller coaster ride
London right now: Essential guide for executive travelers

London right now: Essential guide for executive travelers

Follow our advice and you'll leave London having impressed the clients, slept well, eaten better and brought home the kinds of souvenirs people will actually keep
Whodunit on wheels: Riding London's murder mystery express

Whodunit on wheels: Riding London's murder mystery express

Champagne and sleuthing on vintage train ride around the English countryside
Rare chance to glimpse amazing hidden architecture

Rare chance to glimpse amazing hidden architecture

Open House festivals allow snooping in homes and landmarks normally closed to public
New exhibit celebrates 'Golden Age' of posters

New exhibit celebrates 'Golden Age' of posters

An upcoming exhibition at the London College of Communication celebrates the five most memorable poster artists of the last century
Famous landmarks like you've never seen them

Famous landmarks like you've never seen them

Unique "time sliced" technique captures beauty of day-to-night transitions by splicing 36 photos taken from dawn til dusk
Giant inflatable duck artist's next big thing: Hippos

Giant inflatable duck artist's next big thing: Hippos

Artist Florentijn Hofman has traveled the world with his huge artworks -- now he's sending a giant beast into London's River Thames
Historic statues reveal their stories via app

Historic statues reveal their stories via app

Passers-by can hear 35 statues across London and Manchester "speak" with a swipe of their smartphones
Mega-rich Arabs flock to London in super cars

Mega-rich Arabs flock to London in super cars

In what has become a summer traditions, the streets of UK capital echo with the roar of souped-up engines.
Video: Baby rescued after falling on subway tracks

Video: Baby rescued after falling on subway tracks

A mother is seen jumping onto the tracks to save her baby, whose stroller was blown off the platfrom by a gust of wind
London superyacht hotel to open this month

London superyacht hotel to open this month

Can't afford your own superyacht? Perhaps this is within your budget ...
Sea of ceramic poppies floods Tower of London

Sea of ceramic poppies floods Tower of London

The Tower of London marks the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War I with thousands of ceramic poppies
16 incredible rooftop bars

16 incredible rooftop bars

Good cocktails combine with spectacular views across rivers, cityscapes and oceans at these bird-level drinkeries
Best burger? There's an app for that

Best burger? There's an app for that

The 'Burgerator' app, launched in New York, has expanded to London
London to New York: Who should you fly with?

London to New York: Who should you fly with?

Few airline routes are as cutthroat as the one between London and New York. Here's how the different carriers stack up
Space tourists could blast off from UK by 2018

Space tourists could blast off from UK by 2018

Britain has stolen a march in the space race with plans for the world's first spaceport outside the U.S., hoping to be operational by 2018