Hope your weekend has been fun but also productive as you plan your relocation to London. As I mentioned in my previous post on finding London accommodation for before you actually move into your new London apartment, a lot comes down to timing your trip over to find London apartments to rent and long you can afford to stay in temporary housing.
Well, obviously the next important consideration is where to stay, and while it’s essentially impossible to provide you an exhaustive list of all the London hotels available to you in this huge city, I thought I could at least give you a list of some good values… [read more]
If you’re making an international relocation to London, you’re likely (hopefully) researching as much about your new home as you can. London Relocation agents, for one, will play a big part in making the unfamiliar familiar to you to make your relocation to London fast and seamless. And they can speak to not just the London property market, but the local lifestyle and culture that will become as much a part of your everyday as your new London apartment. So that takes a lot of pressure off you, giving you more time to just kick and read something for pleasure.
And that’s where I come in. 🙂 If you’ve read any of my previous “London Literacy” posts, you’ll know that my English teacher/reader/writer self loves any poetry or prose set in this fine literary city, and I often encounter it whether I want to or not! London’s just a hub like that, as you’ll find for yourself when you move here…it’s an interesting intersection of the world. So then, while your London Relocation agent will show you 18-25 properties in just one day, I’m going to tell you about my most recent read, One Day.