Coffee Shops With Classes London has lots of offbeat and quirky places. Every city has, London is no exception, but because of the sheer size and scope of the city, it’s often difficult to find them. If you don’t know where to look, then you’re stuck with the inevitable dreary franchise, with overpriced watery coffee…

  Hamley’s Location:¬†188-196 Regent Street. Big Bus stop #7. Tube stop Bond Street, Piccadilly Circus By the time Queen Victoria came to the throne in 1837, Hamleys was already a London landmark. Families flocked to William’s ‘Joy Emporium’, as it’s the oldest¬†toy shop in the world. Founded and named after William Hamley at 231 High…

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