As a company, we work with... so many British-born natives. Interacting with them every day and learning the ‘local’ takes on England makes it hard not to look at this awesome nation and not dream of traveling/living there someday.
New York, NY (PRWEB) March 24, 2012
RoadFish.com men’s lifestyle and finance magazine explores the perks to travel or even move to the beautiful, elegant, and culturally rich United Kingdom. Many of RoadFish.com’s colleagues, friends, and even family members reside in Great Britain, and the men’s lifestyle and finance magazine today discussed ways for locals and tourists to travel, live or even move within England’s stunning capital city.
RoadFish.com’s Senior staff writer is quoted as saying, “As a company, we work with and have so many relationships with British-born natives. Interacting with them every day and learning the ‘local’ takes on England makes it hard not to look at this awesome nation and not dream of traveling or living there someday. There is so much that London has to offer.”
Among the many perks on RoadFish’s “move to London” list, England’s capital city happens to be next to New York City and Tokyo as being one of the world’s leading financial centers, putting it in incredibly good economical position. London is also the world’s 5th largest metropolitan vicinity, and is home to countless museums, galleries and cultural institutions. For folks who are considering moving to or within London, the local estate agents can provide incredibly valuable assistance.
RoadFish.com points out the obvious benefit of visiting or moving to a fellow English-speaking nation. RoadFish.com’s Senior staff writer stated, “When I’ve traveled internationally in the past, it’s always been to non-English speaking countries. I’ve felt vulnerable at times, and the language barrier certainly posed a challenge. I wonder how much I missed out on by not being able to speak the local language. Visiting or moving to England, language is a non-issue.”
There are certainly countless other reasons to visit or tour London. In their article in the Daily News and Analytics, co-writers Ismat Tahseen and Maheka Mirpuri quote the age old saying, “When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life, for there is in London all that life can afford.” The top ten reasons to visit London, according to this DNA article, are music, Madame Tussauds, Buckingham Palace, the city’s history and architecture, Wimbledon, The Thames, theater, eating out, the nightlife, and the shopping opportunities. It is a city in which culture, business, entertainment, and history.
Lauren Barack of USA Today offers some tips if you are planning on visiting London within the next couple of months. For a March activity in England’s capital city, Barack suggests the Ideal Home Exhibition at the Earls Court Exhibition Center. This year, the Ideal Home Show runs from March 16th through April 1st and features more than 600 exhibitors on topics such as home interiors, home improvements, ideal gardens, food and house wares, gadgets, and even home shows. The Ideal Home Show has been running annually for over 100 years, making for a traditional English activity. If visiting in April, Barack reports that the London Marathon takes place in the middle of the month. The marathon route takes participants along a historical route including such historical spots as Greenwich Park, Westminster Bridge, Isle of Dogs, Victoria Embankment, and St. James’ Park. If on holiday during the week of Easter, Barack recommends the Battersea Park Easter Day Parade and its colorful floats and marching bands, and the Easter Monday horse-drawn carriage procession.
RoadFish.com’s Senior staff writer references the quote typically credited to Ghandi, ‘the world is a book, and those who have not traveled have only read one page.’
This summer, London will host the Summer Olympic Games for the third time (the first two were in 1908 and 1948), making it the first city in the world to have held three summer Olympics.
RoadFish.com is an online men's lifestyle and finance magazine targeted toward men in their 30’s and 40’s that have already attained a moderate level of success in life, and are striving toward more. It goes over current events of interest to this group, such things as exciting adventures, making money, consumer interests, mortgage rate information, and dating tips, as well as ways to make more and save more money. It is a publication owned by Purpose Inc.