Whether you’re brand new to London or have lived there all your life, “24 Hours: London” has something for you. Catering to everyone from tourists to foodies, shopaholics and spa addicts, this dynamic guide is packed full of well-known and totally unusual things to do in London. You’ve seen the Changing of the Guards, but what about the Guard’s Museum?
This user-friendly guide gives you opening hours, contact information, travel directions and even tube stops. What makes it unique however, is how the information is presented. Author Marsha Moore breaks down the day, hour by hour, around the clock and gives you the best London has to offer. Jet-lagged and raring to go at 5 in the morning? Bored at 3pm? No problem, Moore has plenty of suggestions. From fish markets to phantom houses, bat-walks to burlesque teas, Marsha Moore covers it all!
Toni was born in the north east of England, attended Bristol University and worked in Central London before meeting her American husband and moving to the States in 1990. She now lives in Chicago with said husband, plus three children ranging from five to 15 years old. In her spare time she writes and blogs, and managed to get her first book published in 2006. "Rules, Britannia; An Insider's Guide to Life in the United Kingdom" (St. Martin's Press) is especially written for Americans moving to the UK.