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Alternative Olympic bases

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As London hotels sell out at sky-high prices, other UK cities are offering rooms for less than £100 per night, less than two hours by train from the Olympic events.
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A massive UK music fest in Hackney

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In East London, the Hackney Weekend (23 and 24 June) will feature some of the biggest acts on the planet, all just a shot put throw from the Olympic venues.
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London for disabled visitors

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As host city for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the English capital’s transport network will have extra services and facilities for visitors with mobility problems.
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Olympic-standard food in East London

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Go for the culinary gold in neighbourhoods soon to be swamped with visitors to the Games.
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Where business travellers spend big

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According to a recent survey, London tops the list as the city where executives spend the most time, followed by Shanghai, Singapore, Beijing and Toronto.
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Brixton sheds its shady side

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A formerly neglected market in south London is thriving thanks to a regeneration project that brought Thai, African and Mediterranean flavours to a predominately Caribbean enclave.
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