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Best things to do in London

Park
“Victoria Park hosts a number of festivals throughout the summer and features a skating rink and festive decorations in the winter months. ”
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Park
“This is a great place to walk, run, rollerblade, bike and of course take in nature. I frequent this park often to get in some exercise and daily fresh air!”
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Hockey Arena
“Fantastic venue for a host of things! Best idea is to Uber or Taxi down town. Parking is paid and always at a premium ( $10-15) Picking up tickets? the gate faces King Street / Talbot Have some time to kill before the game/show... most times once you enter - you can't leave until the show starts. The Squire Pub and Grill is a good option for pre AND Post events. - Directly across from Budweiser on the north East side. (Talbot / Dundas). Looking for fine dining? Abruzzi or G'nosh are my other two fav's. All walking distance. And if you just need to burn off some post event energy - Hit up Hudson's on Talbot. Cover is usually minimal. Lineups occur after 10:30 on weekend nights but worth the wait with your dancing. Average age here is about 25-35. ”
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Bakery
“This is a great place to eat and explore the shops on that street- London potters guild, second hand stores, etc.”
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Museum
“This facility located at the Forks of the Thames doubles as the London Art Gallery.”
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Shopping Mall
“Nice high end stores like Zara, Marciano, Swarovski, Sephora, Mac etc about a 15 min drive North”
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Farmers Market
“Established in 1845, they’re are a 7 day a week Market located right in Downtown London! Offering an abundance of food, services, a local farmers’ market twice weekly and an array of cultural festivals and”
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University
“Western University is one of Canada's top post secondary institutions and research facilities. Hosting many conferences and events throughout the year, there's always something happening on campus!”
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Theater
“A leading cultural hub, the Grand is a place for everyone,to gather, celebrate, and be inspired by exceptional theatre experiences. ”
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Bus Station
“London's largest mall features both high quality shopping and recreation facilities such as Cineplex movie theater and the Rec Room arcade and dining.”
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Diner
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“Fantastic food with flair. Check the hours before you go, they can close early some nights, and they do not take reservations, near the market and Budweiser Gardens. The food is memorable.”
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Establishment
“Set in a heritage building, Aeolian's performance hall is said to have extraordinary acoustics. They offer a stellar line-up of musical artists at reasonable prices. ”
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Shopping Mall
“Good selection of stores with a large food court, Canadian Tire is nearby, all basic shopping needs can be found here.”
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Restaurant
“Amazing food at a great price. Dimly lit and often loud. Located in Old North, this place is fantastic. Just walk in, as they don't take reservations. If there is a line, wait. It's worth it. ”
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Theme Park
“Storybook Gardens is an awesome experience for families with kids, hikers (lots of very long free walking paths all around springbank park). Storybrook gardens offers a fantasy escape filled with Alice and Wonderland type structures, buildings, shops, and many walking characters. They offer full rides, kids rides, a water park, slides, play places, and more. It is a good full day experience. They offer winter activities like a skating rink and more during the holiday season.”
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Bakery
“why here? Because we love locally sourced coffee, Barista's with knowledge and lemon tarts and veggie quiche' . A local favorite!”
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