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  1. 1. advertising & direct marketing Mark Mazz Senior designer & Retoucher 631.379.9021 cellular mazzstudio@gmail.com
  2. 2. advertising & direct marketing Mark Mazz Senior designer & Retoucher 631.379.9021 cellular mazzstudio@gmail.com
  3. 3. advertising & direct marketing Mark Mazz Senior designer & Retoucher 631.379.9021 cellular mazzstudio@gmail.com
  4. 4. advertising & direct marketing Mark Mazz Senior designer & Retoucher 631.379.9021 cellular mazzstudio@gmail.com
  5. 5. advertising & direct marketing Mark Mazz Senior designer & Retoucher 631.379.9021 cellular mazzstudio@gmail.com
  6. 6. advertising & direct marketing Mark Mazz Senior designer & Retoucher 631.379.9021 cellular mazzstudio@gmail.com
  7. 7. advertising & direct marketing Mark Mazz Senior designer & Retoucher 631.379.9021 cellular mazzstudio@gmail.com
  8. 8. advertising & direct marketing Mark Mazz Senior designer & Retoucher 631.379.9021 cellular mazzstudio@gmail.com
  9. 9. advertising & direct marketing Mark Mazz Senior designer & Retoucher 631.379.9021 cellular mazzstudio@gmail.com
  10. 10. advertising & direct marketing Mark Mazz Senior designer & Retoucher 631.379.9021 cellular mazzstudio@gmail.com
  11. 11. advertising & direct marketing Mark Mazz Senior designer & Retoucher 631.379.9021 cellular mazzstudio@gmail.com
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  14. 14. advertising & direct marketing Mark Mazz Senior designer & Retoucher 631.379.9021 cellular mazzstudio@gmail.com
  15. 15. advertising & direct marketing Mark Mazz Senior designer & Retoucher 631.379.9021 cellular mazzstudio@gmail.com
  16. 16. advertising & direct marketing Mark Mazz Senior designer & Retoucher 631.379.9021 cellular mazzstudio@gmail.com
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  23. 23. 8.746" 8.496" Hampshire Pastoria ##### ##### 31-36 Leicester Square 3 St. Martin’s Street WC2H 7LH Leicester Square +44 (0)20 7839 9399 WC2H 7HL reshamp@radisson.com +44 (0)20 7930 8641 reshamp@radisson.com 6.752" 7.002" ON YOUR DOORSTEP British Airways London Eye, Leicester Square,West End theatres, Chinatown, Soho clubs, bars and music venues, Royal Opera House, Trafalgar Square, National Gallery, Covent Garden, Parliament, London Aquarium, Cabinet War Rooms, St. James’ Palace, Pall Mall clubs. INSIDER LONDON Morning: Avoid the tourists and slip into the National Gallery via the Sainsbury wing — go up the stairs and turn left. Pause at the Leonardo cartoon before strolling through to the Pollaiuolo brothers’ spectacular Martyrdom of St. Sebastian. Around you are four or five of the best rooms that any gallery in the world has to offer. Noon: Enter Chinatown and make for the New World on Gerrard Place for immaculate dim sum drawn around the room on trolleys. When you’ve drunk all the tea, invert the lid of the pot and more tea will arrive. Night: Bar Italia on Frith Street remains the hippest street bar in London without even trying. Grab a table outside and enjoy London’s www.britainonview.com best coffee while the nightlife unfolds before you. Main picture: British Airways London Eye
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  28. 28. 8.746" 8.496" Grafton #### 130 Tottenham Court Road W1T 5AY +44 (0)20 7388 4131 resgraf@radisson.com 6.752" 7.002" ON YOUR DOORSTEP Regent’s Park, Georgian London, Fitzrovia and Charlotte Street, Madame Tussauds and the Planetarium, Camden Town market and nightlife, British Museum, new British Library. INSIDER LONDON Sunday Morning: Get up to Camden Town for Europe’s biggest street market — but do it early, before the crowds swell.As you go, grab the ingredients for a picnic. Noon: Stroll along the Eastern side of Regent’s Park, take in the zoo if you please, or watch one of the countless football, cricket or baseball games. Pick a picnic spot out of harm’s way. Night: Charlotte Street has great restaurants, but if you like sushi, one of London’s best and simplest Japanese restaurants is Ikkyu — an underground den next to Goodge Street Station. www.britainonview.com Main picture: Regent’s Park
  29. 29. 8.746" 8.496" Vanderbilt #### 68-86 Cromwell Road SW7 5BT +44 (0)20 7761 9000 resvand@radisson.com 6.752" 7.002" ON YOUR DOORSTEP Natural History Museum, Chelsea, Kings Road,Victoria & Albert Museum, Science Museum, Knightsbridge and Harrods, Hyde Park, Kensington Palace and Gardens, Royal Albert Hall and Memorial, Sloane Street haute couture. INSIDER LONDON Morning: Harrods is best experienced shortly after it opens. Of all the attractions, the greatest is probably the food hall — the finest food in the world, begging to be eaten — a great place for gifts that people actually want, too. Noon: The V&A is the quietest of the great museums.When the Liebskind extension is built it will be swarming with visitors, so visit now and go straight to the cast room — it’s like a Piranesi drawing come to life. Night: Get a cab to the Grenadier Pub on Wilton Row in Belgravia. Low-key it may be, but it’s also extremely well heeled with beautifully plain cooking, good beer and famous Bloody Marys. Guard officers www.britainonview.com and minor Royals used to love it and Madonna still does. Main picture: Natural History Museum
  30. 30. 8.746" 8.496" Radisson Edwardian Heathrow ##### 140 Bath Road, Hayes Middlesex UB3 5AW +44 (0)20 8759 6311 resreh@radisson.com 6.752" 7.002" ON YOUR DOORSTEP Windsor Castle and Great Park, Royal Ascot horse racing, Twickenham International Rugby,Virginia Water Polo, Marble Hill Open air concert arena, Royal Wentworth Golf Course,Wetlands Trust bird sanctuaries. INSIDER LONDON Morning: Virginia Water, part of Windsor Great Park, forces you to relax with nothing but tall standing ancient trees, lakes and well planned vistas. If you need a task, try and find the immense totem pole. Noon: Windsor has attracted tourists since Victoria’s reign. Don’t fight it, succumb to the pleasures at hand. See St. George’s chapel and look down over the castle, then head to the Crooked House for a brilliant cream tea. Night: Sit outside The Swan in Twickenham on one of the prettiest stretches of The Thames, then amble over to The Barmy Arms for a great pub meal. www.britainonview.com Main picture:Windsor Castle
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  32. 32. 8.746" 8.496" Totally Your London Bond Street Hyde Park Royal Albert Hall The Natural History Museum Location: New Bond Street,W15. Location: Hyde Park,W2. Location: Kensington Gore, London, SW7. Location: Cromwell Road, London SW7. Tube: Bond Street. Tube: Knightsbridge, Hyde Park Corner, Tube: South Kensington Tube: South Kensington. Goods: Designer shops, boutiques, Marble Arch, Lancaster Gate or Queensway. High St. Kensington Opening Times: Daily, 10:00-17:50 (Mon-Sat), auction houses. Admission Fee: Free. Tel: +44 (0)20 7589 3203. 11:00-17:50 (Sun). Closed 24-26 Dec. British Airways London Eye Tel: +44 (0)20 7298 2100. Royal Ascot Race Course Admission Fee: Free, except for Location: Jubilee Gardens, SouthBank, SE1. Kensington Palace Location: Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 7JN. certain exhibitions. Tube:Waterloo or Westminster. Location: Kensington Gardens,W8. Train: Ascot from Waterloo or Paddington Tel: +44 (0)20 7942 5000. Opening Times: Daily. Tube: Queensway, Notting Hill Gate (Train info. +44 (0)8457 484950). The Planetarium Admission Fee:Yes. or High Street Kensington. Opening Times: All year round, call number Location: Marylebone Road, NW1. Tel: +44 (0)870 5000 600. Opening Times: Daily, 10:00-17:00 below for race dates. Gates open 11:00 Tube: Baker Street. Buckingham Palace (Nov-Feb), 10:00-18:00 (Mar-Oct). throughout the year apart from Royal Ascot Opening Times:Varies seasonally. Location: Buckingham Palace, SW1. Closed 24-26 Dec. when they open at 10:30. Admission Fee:Yes. Tube:Victoria or Green Park. Admission Fee:Yes. Admission Fee:Yes. Tel: +44 (0)870 400 3000. Opening Times:Varies seasonally. Tel: +44 (0)870 751 5170. Tel: +44 (0)1344 876876. The Science Museum Admission Fee:Yes. Knightsbridge Royal Opera House Location: Exhibition Road, Tel: +44 (0)20 7321 2233. Location: Knightsbridge, SW1. Location: Covent Garden,WC2E. South Kensington, SW7. Camden Market Tube: Knightsbridge. Tube: Covent Garden. Tube: South Kensington. Location: Camden High Street, NW1. Goods: Fashion, designer boutiques. Opening Times: Call number below Opening Times: Daily, 10:00-18:00 Tube: Camden Town or Chalk Farm. London Aquarium for details. (Mon-Sun). Closed 24-26 Dec. Opening Times: 10:00-18:00 (Thurs-Sun). Location: County Hall,Westminster Bridge Admission Fee:Yes. Admission Fee: Free. 6.752" 7.002" Goods: Handmade crafts, clothes, food. Road, SE1. Tel: +44 (0)20 7240 1200. Tel: +44 (0)870 870 4868. Changing of the Guard Tube:Waterloo or Westminster. St. James’ Palace The Victoria and Albert Museum (Buckingham Palace) Opening Times: Daily, 10:00-18:00. Location:The Mall, SW1A. Location: Cromwell Road, SW7. Location: Buckingham Palace, SW1. Admission Fee:Yes. Tube: Green Park or St James’ Park. Tube: South Kensington. Tube:Victoria or Green Park. Tel: +44 (0)20 7967 8000. Tel: +44 (0)20 7930 1793. Opening Times: Daily, 10:00-17:45 Starting Times: 11:30 daily (Apr–Oct), Madame Tussauds The British Museum (Thurs-Tues), 10:00-22:00 (Wed). 11:30 every other day (Nov–Mar). Location: Marylebone Road, NW1. Location: Great Russell Street,WC1. Closed 24-26 Dec. Admission Fee: Free. Tube: Baker Street. Tube:Tottenham Court Road, Holborn Admission Fee: Free, except for Tel: +44 (0)839 123 411 or Opening Times:Varies seasonally. or Russell Square. certain exhibitions. +44 (0)891 505 452. Admission Fee:Yes. Opening Times: Daily, 10:00-17:30 Tel: +44 (0)20 7942 2000. Covent Garden Tel: +44 (0)870 400 3000. (Sat-Wed), 10:00-20:30 (Thurs-Fri). Trafalgar Square Location: Covent Garden,WC2E. Notting Hill Closed 24-26 Dec and 1 Jan. Location:Trafalgar Square,WC2. Tube: Covent Garden. Location: Notting Hill,W11. Admission Fee: Free. Tube: Charing Cross. Goods:Arts, crafts, restaurants, fashion. Tube: Notting Hill. Tel: +44 (0)20 7323 8000. Admission Fee: Free. Harrods Goods: Housewares, fashion, restaurants. The Museum of London Windsor Castle Location: 87-135 Brompton Road, SW1. Oxford Street Location: 150 London Wall, EC2Y. Location:Windsor, SL4 2NR. Tube: Knightsbridge. Location: Oxford Street,W1. Tube: Barbican, St Paul's, Moorgate Train:Windsor from Waterloo or Paddington Opening Times: 10:00-19:00 (Mon-Sat), Tube: Oxford Circus. or Bank. (Train info. +44 (0)8457 484950). Closed Sunday. Goods: Designer shops, boutiques. Opening Times: Daily, 10:00-17:50 Opening Times: Open throughout the year Tel: +44 (0)20 7730 1234. Piccadilly Circus (Mon-Sat), 12:00-17:50 (Sun). 09:45-17:15 (Mar-Oct), 09:45-16:15 (Nov- Houses of Parliament Location: Piccadilly Circus,W1J. Closed 24-26 Dec and 1 Jan. Feb). Closed 25-26 Dec. Tube: Piccadilly Circus. Admission Fee: Free. Occasionally the State Rooms are closed. Location: House of Commons, Regent Street Tel: +44 (0)20 7600 3699. Please call in advance. Westminster, SW1A. Admission Fee:Yes. Tube:Westminster. Location: Regent Street,W1. Tel: +44 (0)20 7321 2233. Admission Fee:Yes. Tube: Oxford Circus. Tel: +44 (0)20 7219 3003. Goods: Designer shops, boutiques. The list goes on at www.visitlondon.com

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