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London - The Greatest City on Earth!

London - The Greatest City on Earth!

When you embark on a holiday to our magnificent capital you’ll be taking in one of the most visited and international cities on earth.  With its 2000 years of historical influence, cultural diversity, fine food establishments and wonderful vibrant atmosphere, London has something for everyone.

Throughout the centuries London has been city of ideas.  The city’s ability to evolve and move with the times has enabled it to embrace and develop into the innovative landscape of original thinking and creativity that it is today.  This is essentially one of the many reasons why London has always been such a special place to visit, and indeed live in, and plays an enormous part in why London stands out as being one of the greatest cities in the world.

These innovators, with ‘larger than life’ imaginations, are responsible not only for a wealth of state of the art, architecturally designed buildings  such as The Shard and The Gherkin, but also independent contemporary art, (London is the performing arts capital of the world), literature, (authors like Dickens, Orwell and Oscar Wilde make London the world’s greatest literary centre), pioneering music, (London has a marvellous musical heritage – with greats like Bowie, Adele, Queen and George Michael originating here.  Added to this the spectacular amount of theatrical masterpieces on offer within London’s theatre land, and you have it all.  

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So what else attracts visitors to the best city in the world?  Aside from our world class theatre, amazing art galleries and cosmopolitan multi- cultural society, 80% of visitors say their main reason for coming to London is ‘culture and heritage’.  Incredibly, cultural tourism generates almost £3½ billion a year for London’s economy and visitor numbers continue to grow.  Yet the city still has to endeavour to maintain its position internationally, as many other destinations around the globe are promoting cultural strategies to attract the discerning traveller.

This said, London has something that many other countries don’t possess.  The pomp, circumstance and pageantry that only Britain can pull off!  Take for example the Royal Wedding in May of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, at Windsor Castle.  This iconic event attracted millions to London to celebrate the romantic coupling of an adored British Prince and his glamorous bride.  The historical significance of such venues, along with the popularity of our Royal Family, provide a significant benefit to our tourist industry and economy. It’s a known fact that 9 out of 10 trips to London incorporate visits to the city’s top 20 cultural attractions. 

So here are several more reasons why London can assuredly call itself ‘the greatest city on Earth.’ 

Centuries of History

London can boast more than 2,000 years of history, and the London landscape bears testament to more iconic and historically important buildings and landmarks than pretty much anywhere in the world.  With Buckingham Palace, The Tower of London and Westminster Abbey, to name just three of these marvels, it’s no surprise that travellers journey from across the world to experience the wonder and majesty of these venues.

Free Cultural Experiences

Though some London attractions have a reputation for being expensive, especially if you have a large family, visitors are regularly extremely surprised that many of the city’s cultural venues are actually free. Unlike the national museums in Paris, New York and Rome where tourists pay an entrance fee, London’s museums, like the Natural History, Science, Victoria and Albert, Tate Modern, National Gallery and the Imperial War Museum are all absolutely free!  We are one of the few cities in the world where you’ll be able to witness grand masterpieces and prehistoric historic exhibitions without opening your wallet!  What’s more, London’s 2012 Olympic Games saw the city’s popularity skyrocket as a result of visitors being impressed by the value for money they received in the capital.  This has been endorsed by producer and artist Will.i.am, (William Adams), who says…. “London is my favourite city on the planet — it’s the cosmopolitan and ‘melting pot’ feel of it all, the open-mindedness to difference and culture. And the whole city is a world-class museum, outdoors and indoors.” A fine endorsement!

London’s Green Spaces

Even though London is a bustling ‘working city’ which attracts large conglomerations of financial and other industries, there are over 5000 acres of amazing green spaces across eight London parks. Hyde Park, for instance, set deep in the heart of London, offers both world-class concerts and events together with plenty of quiet places to unwind and relax.  Alternatively, Richmond Park is the largest the eight Royal Parks and the biggest enclosed space in London.  Here you’ll find the lovely Isabella Plantation and Pembroke Lodge, along with wonderful herds of Red and Fallow deer. All London parks are free and open daily. 

London as a whole has over 8½ million trees, 300,000 gardens and acres upon acres of green space, not only making it one of the prettiest cities in the world, but also enabling it to boast more green spaces than any other European city.  Whatever the weather or season, London is always enchantingly beautiful.

Reflection and Respect

London’s recent, and not so recent history, has given Londoners a long held reputation for perseverance, courage and grit in the face of adversity and sorrow.  Acclaimed pioneering cultural projects, attracting both intense media coverage, along with over 5 million tourists, have helped us to reflect on such historical events, whilst raising many millions for charity.  In 2014 an installation at the Tower of London of 888,246 ceramic hand-made poppies, provided the perfect setting to commemorate the centenary of the First World War.  The creative project demonstrated a poignant perspective on a world event and provided a place to reflect and respect those who fell in one of the most beautiful, historic London landmarks.  Something for which, we are justly proud.

Continuing on this theme, another sad, yet positive aspect that makes London such a fabulous place is its incredible resilience.  Although it has always been, and still remains, one of the safest destinations in the world to visit, recent tragedies such as the London Bridge Bombing at Borough Market will remain etched on our hearts forever.  However, Londoners are a particularly defiant crowd and whatever life throws at us, business will continue as normal.  A major benefit of visiting London is still the safety aspect however, as many other capital cities are far more dangerous.

British tradition, values and democracy.

Representing over 1000 years of this is our dear Queen Elizabeth.  She not only provides Britain with incredible stability and important British values, but is also a testament to our wonderful democratic nation.  The Royals, and especially Her Majesty, are undoubtedly important assets to our country and the reason why so many oversees visitors wish to come to experience these traditions for themselves. 

Retail Therapy

Our glorious capital is home to a wealth of shopping delights, whatever your budget.  For high end stores you have the wonderful Selfridges, Harrods and Fortnum and Mason, to name just a few, whilst many more fine retailers are just a stone’s throw away in the famous Oxford and Regent Streets.  Alternatively for the quirkier gift you could head off to the historic Covent Garden or one of London’s finest markets.  Here you’ll not only find some of the best retail therapy around, but also something else London is renowned for, its multi- cultural cuisine.  From the traditional English fish and chips, to pasta, curries and a wealth of other delicious delicacies from all over the world, all available at a very reasonable cost.  For something fancier, there are a multitude of fine dining establishments throughout the capital, many boasting ‘celebrity chefs’ and Michelin Stars.  All are well worth a visit, showing the capital can provide something to suit everyone’s budget.

The Great British Pub

Were you aware that you’re apparently never more than 7 metres from a pub in London?  This fact isn’t one that I’ve tested, although it’s a fact that there are well over 7,000 pubs to choose from in the capital.  From themed bars to roof top terraces offering anything from craft beers to exotic cocktails, a visit to London isn’t complete without a great British pint!  As an alternative to a traditional pub, you could sample the delights of ‘Attendant’, a quirky Victorian toilet which was given a makeover in 2013 and is now perfect for a daytime drink!  No one but the British could think up something so novel and extreme, making it another reason why London is so uniquely great.

A Great Multi- Cultural Society

Another thing that makesLondon so special, and indeed puts the ‘Great’ into Great Britain, is that it’s one of the most multicultural cities/countries in the world.  Our capital is now home to over 270 nationalities and 300 languages.  For many hundreds of years London has researched, studied and collected items from all over the world, making these and the research about them available to everyone. Our great museum displays perfectly express how London has always retained a healthy openness to every society’s ideas, doctrines and discoveries.  Similarly, the UK has also welcomed many different cultures and peoples of the world into our cities, making them truly multicultural.  Visitors to London will evidence this in many ways, from the comprehensive, worldwide cuisine which is available, to the vibrant communities like China Town within the heart of the capital, making London such a great place to be.  In visiting London, whatever your nationality, every tourist will find something familiar, as well as be able to explore the whole world in just one city.  Of course there are other global cities, although it’s only in London that you’ll experience and meet people from all over the globe and with them enjoy their theatre, food and music and witness the incredible range of wonderful things that they’ve produced.

Walking City

A trip to London is actually a walkers paradise, even though for those less energetic there is an excellent public transport network including the famous London bus and underground system. On foot though, you’ll be able to experience all the vibrancy, nostalgia and heritage that London can offer.  There’s certainly nothing better than a stroll along the River Thames, which has been meandering through the city since Roman times.  Its historic significance won’t be lost on you, and can be enhanced by taking a river boat along this iconic, ancient waterway, to find out more about London’s glorious past.

So why visit London?

Let’s face it tourists don’t generally visit for the weather! However what does attract them is our glorious culture.  All the above things and more should tempt you to pay this special, deeply cosmopolitan capital city a visit.  From free national museums, historic royal residences and vibrant markets, to the abundance of green spaces across the city, here you’ll be able to enjoy the fantastic range of cultural activities on offer and tailor your visit to your own personal inspiration and connection, desires and interests. You’ll be able to appreciate the ancient alongside the modern and witness London as the world’s number one city for its enormous variety of authentic historical sites and museums- far more than our rivals, as well as its culture and leisure activities and indeed its numerous hidden gems.

You certainly won’t cover all London has to offer in one hit, although once you’ve been hooked on your first visit by our capital’s cultural icons, which are a major part of London’s appeal, and discovered about the past and its legacy,  you’ll definitely have a thirst for more and will want to return. 

When you do, you can further explore why London’s art fairs, world famous carnivals like Notting Hill, Frieze London and Frieze Masters have attracted so much attention and attendance over the years.  The influence of heritage and culture on how ‘attractive’ a city is certainly a key feature which accentuates why people regard London as a city of eclecticism and international appeal.  From the old masters and antiquities to modern design and the art of today, there is always a plethora of new and exciting things to see and do in the city, and more importantly something for every pocket, which encourages visitors to revisit again and again.  Return visitors to London are willing to go further to experience unique and unusual new attractions.  London can offer these in abundance.  Take, for example, the city’s range of ‘Late’ events, occurring many of London’s museums and galleries.  Here you can immerse yourself in a shared, one-off, cultural experience with a difference.   

So why not visit London for the best experience in the world?  With 40 million visits to cultural institutions, 14.6 million theatre attendances, 4 world heritage sites, 857 art galleries and 349 live music venues last year alone, it’s definitely THE PLACE TO BE! 16.8 million overseas visitors, nearly 60% of which have made repeat visits, can’t be wrong!  So go on….give London a try!  

If you intend to extend your stay in London to take in more of our beautiful capital, then Euracom can offer amazing deals on serviced apartments.  Not only do these compare more than favourably with a similar standard hotel stay, they also offer more luxury and security to make your stay more enjoyable.  Here are just three examples of the many we offer.

Corporate serviced apartments South Kensington High Street W8

These serviced apartments offer luxury in the heart of London. Located off Kensington High Street and with easy access to the Science/Natural History Museums and Olympia, these apartments provide the perfect base for both holidaying families and business travellers alike.

Nightly fees start from just £229p/n, making these spacious, well-proportioned apartments exceptional value. With fully equipped kitchens and a private courtyard garden, the apartments are available with 1-4 bedrooms.

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Features include:

  • Bathroom
  • Concierge / security / reception/ Lifts/Telephone/TV / Freeview/ Wi-fi
  • Daily or weekly linen change/Daily cleaning service
  • Desk / workspace/ Dining table & chairs
  • Kitchen / kitchenette/Laundry / dry cleaning facilities available
  • If you are looking for looking for a spacious central London apartment, close to some of London’s finest stores, galleries and museums then these are for you.

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Central London serviced apartments St. Pauls Queen Street, London EC4

Our St Pauls Queen St serviced apartments are ideal for both business trips and sightseeing trips to London. Situated in London’s financial district, they’re within walking distance of the iconic St Paul's Cathedral, Millennium Bridge, Tate Modern and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. With prices starting from £145p/n, these newly refurbished, stylish flats are set in a beautifully designed building, finished to a high specification.  Premium quality fittings and soft furnishings come as standard, whilst each apartment is equipped with broadband, wide-screen TV and a luxurious kitchen and bathroom.

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Features include:

  • Air conditioning/ Concierge / security / reception/ Lifts/ Lobby / waiting area/ Wheelchair accessible
  • Bathroom/ Hairdryer available/ Toiletries provided
  • Daily or weekly linen change/ Daily cleaning service
  • Dining table & chairs/ Balcony / Terrace (upon request)
  • DVD player/ Satellite TV/ Freeview/ Wifi
  • Kitchen / Iron / Ironing board/ Laundry / dry cleaning available/ Tea / coffee making facilities

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Corporate serviced apartment rentals London, Stratford E15

These spectacular serviced apartments in Stratford provide easy access to Central London and Canary Wharf. With the O2 arena, the Olympic Park and Excel nearby, this accommodation offers exceptional value from only £93p/n.  This splendid development consists of 111 apartments, providing top quality accommodation at an affordable price.  The apartments give space and comfort and offer premium quality fittings, soft furnishings and high-spec kitchens and bathrooms throughout. Equipped with modern technology including broadband, wide-screen TV and DVD, the apartments provide a comfortable environment in which to enjoy your stay.

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Features include:

  • Balcony / Terrace (upon request)/ Welcome pack available
  •  Bathroom/ Toiletries provided
  •  Concierge / security / reception/ Lifts/ Lobby / waiting area/ Wheelchair accessible
  •  Desk / workspace/ Dining table & chairs/ Baby cot / high chair (upon request)
  •  DVD player/ TV / Freeview/ Wifi
  •  Fully equipped kitchen/ Iron / Ironing board/ Tea / coffee making facilities
  •  Daily cleaning service/ Laundry / dry cleaning facilities available

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By Rob at 26 Jun 2018

The changing face of London through the ages

There is undoubtedly a plethora of relatively new, interesting buildings and structures within London, which have proven to be a large attraction to the many visitors we have to our capital city. Take the London Eye, the Shard and the Millennium Dome to name a few. Yet London is also one of the most historic cities on the earth, dating back well beyond Roman times, boasting landmarks that have given the city a reputation for both splendour and culture.  

This month we’ll look at some of these older, yet well-loved tourist attractions, which will hopefully be around for many more years to come. Needless to say, whether you opt for the ancient or modern within London, there is always something of interest to everyone. That’s why London is such an exceptional place to stay and rent a serviced apartment, as you get the best of everything, both old and new, equally contributing to make the city the wonderful city we know today.

Marble Arch

One spectacular area of London, hosting an iconic city landmark, is Marble Arch.  Now an entirely modern, bustling district, with Oxford Street to the East, Park Lane to the south and Bayswater to the west, the region encompasses much of the City of Westminster, boasting some of the most expensive real estate in the Capital.

The area around the Arch now accommodates a major road junction, yet once, according to the poet John Betjeman, who in one of his poems states, ‘For here where once were pleasant fields and no one in a hurry!’   How times have changed!

This historic arch has had a chequered history.  Its original design was supposed to have been a triumphal arch and grand gateway to an expanded Buckingham Palace, celebrating the British victories in the Napoleonic Wars, yet the arch we see today is nothing like as ornate or grand as the one that designer John Nash originally intended.  When first commissioned by George IV, Nash was due to have incorporated many imposing sculptures, such as a large equestrian statue of the king sitting above the arch, along with other, more ornate friezes of battle scenes and symbolic panels.  Having produced these, unfortunately after the king’s death, Nash was sacked for overspending in favour of another architect, Edward Blore, whose brief was to complete the works in a more economic fashion!   

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However, what to do with all this jumbled collection of sculptures that were on his hands?

Nash, understandably, would no longer cooperate on the project, so Blore decided to complete the Arch without most of the intended sculptures. The arch we therefore see today has only four symbolic panels with minimal decoration. The ends are blank except for three laurel wreaths.

Marble Arch was finally completed in 1833, minus the central gates, which were added just before Queen Victoria was crowned in 1837. Yet there was one fatal mistake still visible today.  The symbolic panels were supposed to represent a "military side", which celebrated victory at the Battle of Waterloo and a “naval side” which commemorated Lord Nelson’s achievements. However, the military side is topped with the portrait of Nelson and the naval side with one of Wellington. What a ‘mistaka to maka!’

Fortunately the other sculptures still survive and were eventually used within Buckingham Palace Courtyard and in the new National Gallery. And what happened to the equestrian statue?  It now sits on a plinth in Trafalgar Square!

After all this effort to construct, Marble Arch was eventually deemed unsatisfactory in its original location and moved, stone by stone, to where it currently stands at Cumberland Gate.  Its new site would, it was thought, form a grand entrance to Hyde Park in time for the Great Exhibition of 1851.  Indeed, this was the case for 50 years, however with progress came additional, widened roads, and in 1908 and 1960 respectively, new road schemes managed to completely separate the Arch from Hyde Park, leaving it in an isolated position…..all the best laid plans!

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If you decide to visit this exceptional area of London, you won’t be sorry. Near to Marble Arch, Hyde Park is a wonderful place to relax at all times of the year, whilst for retail therapy why not head off to Oxford Street? There are also a wide range of cafes, bars and restaurants within the neighbourhood, along with other major attractions and theatre land just a short underground trip away.

If you need somewhere to rest your weary head after a hard day sightseeing, why not try Euracom’s George Street, central London apartments? Centred at the heart of London’s West End, this modern, 4 storey town house features several self – catering apartments

These delightful serviced apartments in the heart of London's West End are housed in a four storey town house, designed in a modern style. From five one-bedroom apartments to a double studio apartment, ranging from a reasonable £650 p/w, these offer guests the ideal London retreat.

Features include:

  • Fully equipped kitchen/ kitchenette with dishwasher in some apartments
  • Laundry / dry cleaning facilities available/ Utilities included
  • Close to amenities
  • Door entry phone/Property supervisor nearby
  • Radio / Alarm clock/Telephone/TV / Freeview/ Wi-Fi

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Trafalgar Square

Another unmissable, yet historic area of London is that of Trafalgar Square, a must stop for any visitor to London. This public square, completed in 1844, is regarded to be at London’s centre and was built around the area once known as Charing Cross. However, the district has been well renowned since the 13th century. It once housed the King's Mews, although when these were relocated to Buckingham Palace by George IV, its redevelopment took place, resulting in the splendid square that we have today. The name ‘Trafalgar’ celebrates Britain’s naval victory in the war against Napoleon.

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At the centre of the square sits the 52m high Nelson’s column, surrounded by four statuesque lions sitting on plinths, each weighing seven tons.  Originally called The Monument to Lord Nelson, the column is built of Devon granite and commemorates Nelson’s victory at Trafalgar.  Interestingly, when being refurbished in 2006, it measured over 4 metres less than people had first thought!  On a more sinister note, in 1940 the Nazis developed secret plans to move Nelson's Column to Berlin when Britain lost the Second World War!  Thankfully, this didn’t happen!

Fountains and sculptures have adorned the square, throughout the years, whilst since 1947, a Christmas tree, donated by Norway,  is erected in gratitude for Britain's support during World War II. The square is also the centre of New Year's Eve celebrations. For years the square was renowned for its pigeon population and a popular pastime in Victorian times was to feed them. Pigeon feed sellers became famous for trading at inflated prices, whilst the pigeon population also inflated to around 35,000 and was deemed to be a health hazard. In recent years, feeding the pigeons has been banned and birds of prey have been introduced to discourage them.

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Nearby are the National Gallery, featuring masterpieces from the past, along with Her Majesty’s Theatre, Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament.

This area of London is a tourist’s dream!  If you require a central location to enable you to experience all the famous landmarks and soak up the history of our great capital then look no further than Euracom’s Central London serviced apartments in Trafalgar Square WC2.

These modern, newly refurbished serviced apartments are within a minutes’ walk of all the areas mentioned above. Ranging from £987 p/w, they make the perfect spot for exploring our capital city.  Sleeping from 2 to 6 persons, all apartments and studios are well furnished and air conditioned. If café culture is your desire, you’ll find plenty of coffee shops, pubs & restaurants at nearby Pall Mall and Trafalgar Square.

Features include:

  • Air conditioning/central heating
  • Bathroom
  • Fully equipped kitchen/ Breakfast available/ dishwasher in some apartments
  • Laundry / dry cleaning facilities available/ daily or weekly linen change/daily cleaning service
  • Concierge / security / reception/ Lifts/ Safe
  • Desk / workspace/dining table & chairs
  • Radio / alarm clock/ satellite TV/ tea / coffee making facilities/ telephone/Wi - Fi

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The Barbican:

A rather more modern attraction than those previously covered is The Barbican.  Opened on the 3 March 1982, to a very excited public, this performing arts centre in the City of London is the largest of its kind in Europe. Celebrating its 35th anniversary, the centre gives theatre goers, a range of contemporary and classical music concerts, theatre performances, film screenings and art exhibitions. Declared by the Queen as a ‘modern wonder of the world’, this was the first arts centre ever to provide music, theatre, visual arts, film with a tropical conservatory all within one venue.

Once a World War 2 bomb crater, the Barbican rose out of the rubble to become a world-class multi-arts centre.

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From the opening ceremony, this iconic theatre has shown innovation, vision and ambition to push boundaries in in the art world, welcoming the finest artists in the world to come and perform.  From new interpretations of Shakespeare, from distinguished directors like Thomas Ostermeier, to celebrations of Nordic and Japanese culture, the centre encourages people to create innovative work that takes risks. This centre has really raised the game in theatre, and for this reason it attracts the best international artists around, along with home grown talent.

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The Barbican’s initial conception came as part of London’s post war vision to rebuild an area of London which was devastated by bombing during the Second World War.  Its name comes from a street situated in the area of Cripplegate, which was, during the 19th century, home to a wide variety of tradesmen including furriers and glovers, and was the centre of the rag trade with fabric and leather merchants in abundance.

Yet during the 1940’s the area, and indeed the whole of London, succumbed to a prolonged aerial attack by German bombers, leaving in its wake a flattened, devastated landscape of bomb craters and fire damaged warehouses. By 1945, very few buildings within the area remained standing, leaving Londoners keen to rebuild.  Careful plans were instigated throughout the capital, resulting in the London we have today. 

The Barbican itself took over a decade to complete and is today seen as a famous London landmark due to its scale and ambitious design.  It has become internationally recognised as one of the most significant architectural achievements of the 20th century. It also demonstrates that good can rise from adversity, showing us what is great about London and its people, which are both innovative and outward looking. It has certainly played its part in making London the great diverse, cultural city it has become, encouraging a sense of community and unity, by making us see the world from different angles.

Not only is the Barbican a centre for outstanding arts but over the years it has become a valuable local resource, bringing communities together. This has contributed considerably to East London’s vibrant and thriving cultural life.  If you’d like to experience this sensational part of London, then why not extend your stay in the capital by trying Euracom’s Central London serviced apartments, Barbican EC1

For a weekly rental cost starting from £875 p/w, this collection of modern serviced apartments range from newly refurbished studio apartments to deluxe 1-bedroom apartments.  They are located within easy reach of the Barbican Centre and St Paul’s Cathedral, making them the perfect retreat within central London. With clever designs to maximise space, all apartments are equipped with a fully fitted kitchen with dishwasher, microwave and bathroom with shower.

Features Include:

  • Bathroom
  • Central heating/radio/alarm clock/telephone/TV/Freeview/Wi-Fi
  • Concierge / security / reception/ lifts/lobby / waiting area
  • Fully equipped kitchen/ dishwasher in some apartments/daily cleaning service
  • Laundry / dry cleaning facilities available
  • Onsite restaurants / bars

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By Rob at 19 Sep 2017

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