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A shop in London dedicated to all things Doctor Who. Apparently If you pay them like three pounds you can go into the TARDIS at the back of the store and it leads into a mini museum of all this stuff they’ve bought from BBC auctions like it’s got old costumes and props and signed stuff and it’s really cool you should all go there (and they take a photo of you unlocking the Tardis and going in its super cute) AND I MUST GO!!!!!!

Le paradis des fans de Doctor Who

A shop in London dedicated to all things Doctor Who you can go into the TARDIS at the back of the store and it leads into a mini museum of all this stuff they’ve bought from BBC auctions it’s got old costumes and props and signed stuff and it’s very funky

72 Hours in London with Kids.  Pinned now, will read later to see if legit

72 Hours in London with Kids: Day 3

72 Hours in London with Kids. Pinned now, will read later to see if legit

Preparing to travel to London with four kids, ages 2, 6, 8, and 10, seemed straightforward enough, but Nancy Solomon of family travel site C...

Family Travel: A Traveling Mom’s Tips for Visiting London with Kids

Preparing to travel to London with four kids, ages 2, 6, 8, and 10, seemed straightforward enough, but Nancy Solomon of family travel site C...

Things to do in London with Kids. #kidandcoe #bringthekids

Things to do in London with Kids

One of the best comprehensive guides to London w/ young kids I've seen!

Quirky London Restaurants - Things To Do - visitlondon.com

Try these quirky restaurants in London; from fun places to eat in London to interesting restaurants in London with a theme.

Cheeky Little Sign On London's Tube Wins The Morning Commute : huffpost

Cheeky Little Sign On London's Tube Wins The Morning Commute

Funny pictures about A Truly British Sense Of Humor. Oh, and cool pics about A Truly British Sense Of Humor. Also, A Truly British Sense Of Humor photos.

Hatchards Booksellers since 1797, Piccadilly. The oldest  bookshop in London.

Hatchards Booksellers, opened by John Hatchard in in Piccadilly. The oldest surviving bookshop in London.

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