London Travel News 12/22/2010
Prince William to miss seeing Kate Middleton on Christmas Day as he volunteers for RAF duty
And so it begins.
Beatles’ Abbey Road zebra crossing given listed status
The street crossing in front of the Abbey Road Studios in the City of Westminster has been granted Grade II landmark status by English Heritage.
“Super grit” saves the day for National Gallery artworks
Astronomically expensive salt-free grit + visitors + ice and snow = the safety of some of London's most priceless oil paintings.
Tube strike a go for Boxing Day
The 24-hour walkout will begin on Sunday, 26 December
Graffiti artist Banksy up for London critics film prize
Exit Through the Gift Shop, The King's Speech, 127 Hours and Another Year and Inception are just some of the films made by Brits that are up for nods this year.
Beckham eyeing European move in a bid to return to England
David Beckham misses the Premier League, and has begun a campaign to secure a (hopeful) place with Manchester United.
Royal engagement china goes on sale just in time for Christmas
The three pieces of china just released have been personally approved by Kate and Wills.
Freezing weather continues to disrupt London transport
Travel's disrupted at London's airports, but it can also be a challenge to get around the city itself in this week's winter storms.
‘No Second Night Out’ program announced to support London’s homeless
A scheme that aims to ensure nobody is forced to sleep on London's streets for more than one night has been announced.
London to unveil 9/11 memorial
The memorial, crafted from World Trade Center wreckage, will be erected in Potter's Field beside City Hall on the 10th anniversary of the attacks.
New Year’s Eve in London: Top Clubbing Tips
Why not try a "club" crawl for New Year's Eve?
Severe weather cancels flights in Europe
Many travelers stranded at Heathrow Airport may not get their Christmas wish of being home for the holidays.