Monthly Archives: March 2013

The Attractions of London

The attractions of London

It is well known that in London there are plenty of high quality, exciting and fascinating attractions. What is more of a surprise is that many of these world class attractions are free to visit and enjoy. The British Museum is one of the world’s oldest museums and has many attractions and exhibitions for visitors to enjoy. With many free and fascinating exhibitions, the British Museum is an excellent way to discover more and to learn about new topics.

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Beyond Inner Peace; Where Yoga Meets Tantric Massage

Yoga is an ancient art; an exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility and the health and purity of the body. Yoga originated in ancient India and is one of the six schools of Hindu philosophy. Variations of yoga also appear in Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism. The purpose of yoga is to attain a goal using spiritual energies, however in western countries it is more often used as an exercise program and relaxation routine. Yoga became popular with educated western countries in the mid 19th century, being used as a form of exercise. It is a popular form of exercise with the number of people practicing yoga rising significantly yearly.

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The Cosmopolitan Attractions of Notting Hill

Notting Hill, famous for the annual Notting Hill Carnival, is a cosmopolitan district. As well as Notting Hill Carnival, Notting Hill is also home to Portobello Road Market. The area is extremely affluent with plush restaurants, high end shopping areas and luxury town houses and apartments. Notting Hill Carnival originated in 1964 and has taken place every year over three days. The West Indian community lead the celebrations and it has become one of the largest and most famous street carnivals in the world, having attracted one million people.

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London’s Architecture and Tantric Massage

As a diverse city with an incredibly diverse culture, it will come as no surprise that London’s architecture is just as diverse. London does not have one particular style of architecture; the city’s buildings have differing styles and influences. Some parts of London’s architecture are extremely famous and known all over the world such as Tower Bridge and the London Eye, but there are several hidden gems.

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