The Teal Guide is the perfect find for any visitor or tourist looking to explore London. Are you concerned about language barriers, tipping, or transportation? Head to our Practical Information section, which will give you the lowdown on basic London culture. Have some free time? Read a quick history lesson or go on a walking tour with our Feature Section. The TealGuide is filled with many useful (and sometimes useless) insider finds, plus some helpful city tips that will have you feeling like a local in no time.
This version of The Teal Guide is the perfect find for any visitor or tourist looking to explore the London Markets. Are you looking for good produce or meat, cheap take away food, or a colorful day trip? Head to our Profiles section, which will give you the nitty gritty about a number of great markets. Want to know what people think of any given market? Read a few opinions about it in Reviews. The TealGuide: Markets Edition is filled with many useful insider finds, plus some wonderful insights that will have you feeling like a local market goer in no time.
The Teal Guide to Unconventional Walking Tours of London is a fresh take on the self-guided tour in which adventurous readers may choose among twenty distinct journeys through the streets of the capital. Tread the varied paths of musicians, murderers, and hard-core movie lovers. Leave convention behind in favor of outings to eco-friendly spaces, independent bookstores, and religious centers.
The Idiots Abroad are a group of Americans who have differing degrees of comfort with travel and the British. As such, we have traveled to London, where we will spend four months living in close quarters, exploring the city, and working on our British accents. Over the next four months we will be reporting on our experiences around London, letting you know how good or bad everything is, letting you know what you must see, and profiling the places you must go to and/or avoid.