New England Tourism & Travel Guide

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Central London

The best way to get around Central London is to just walk. The alternative to walking is the National Rail/ Underground and Buses. Taxis can burn a big hole in your pocket and is highly not recommended. It takes some time to figure out the National Railways and the Underground routes however the the below two apps/ website provide accurate information with respect to the route and the timings for trains/underground/buses:Google Maps; or website that provides useful information with travel information, events and tickets is Itinerary:Day 1: Tower Bridge, London Eye, Oxford Street, Regent Street, Soho, Liecester Square, Picadilly Circus, Pub Crawl
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Songlines World Music Awards show where they were going to have three award winners perform. Anoushka Shankar was the draw. And again, I made it to the door 3 mins before start time (phew, what’s with that today I say?!)! I sunk into my chair and the tiredness of the day melted away as Fatoumata Diawara belted haunting Mali melodies and Anoushka Shankar deftly wove Indian classical with Flamenco music. Such talent! I enjoyed the Mali music immensely with a lot of peace themes interwoven throughout (music being banned in north Mali today). The Flamenco was new and took some time to grow on me. My favourite turned out to be Anoushka’s fast paced composition in Raag Jog – made me want to get up and dance! By the interval, the day’s antics caught up with me and I called it a day, missing Tinariwen’s Mali music which concluded the show. For another time.
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