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Go to a game in London

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Every weekend, thousands of Brits turn out to cheer their favourite team, and the biggest sporting event of all – the Olympic Games – is coming to London in 2012.
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Lonely Planet's top 10 outings in London

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In the run up to the 2012 Olympics, you’ll find improved infrastructure and public spaces and some of the best nightlife, shopping and culture theatre, music and dining in the world.
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Notting Hill at carnival time

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London’s top summer knees-up is a celebration of the local Caribbeancommunity that has enlivened this part of town since the 1950s.
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Denmark Street and Soho: London's Tin Pan Alleys

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Because this patch of Soho, and particularly Denmark St, has long been the beating heart – and the heart of the beat – of London’s music scene.
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Going underground: Explore London between meetings

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No matter which tube line your next London meeting is near, put aside time for exploration: chances are one of the city’s treasures is awaiting you just a few short stops away.
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Mini guide to the Lake District’s walks

This magnificent national park is one of the best places in Britain for a stroll. No wonder that many a poet and writer has fallen for its formidable charm over the years.
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