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Wednesday, 28 February 2018
Moroccan Afternoon Tea with Optional Cocktail for Up to Four at Momo, Mayfair (Up to 47% Off) London
About The Balcon
shows a blizzard descending on the capital
- Time-lapse captures the snowfall across London in stunning high definition
- Peering across the river and into the city, it shows London blanketed by snowfall
- Footage shows camera lens shrouded by a blizzard as the Beast from the East hit
- But despite the pristine snow some Londoners faced an uphill battle to work
This stunning time-lapse video captures London's skyline before and after the heavy snowfall.
Peering across the river and into the city, the footage shows London during the daytime before emerging overnight covered in a thick blanket of snow.
Footage shows the camera lens shrouded by a blizzard as the Beast from the East hit, leaving pristine white snow painted across the capital's buildings and rooftops.
Snow has left London covered in a blanket of snow this morning, with Canary Wharf visible in the background
Peering across the river and into the city, the footage shows London during the daytime before emerging overnight covered in a fresh blanket of snow
In the time-lapse video, you can see snow cover London in a thick white blanket, with the Shard, Walkie Talkie, Gherkin and South Bank clearly visible.
The footage was filmed from 127m above street level. Guests at Novotel London Canary Wharf where it was filmed were able to enjoy the same incredible views.
But while the skyline was beautiful, Londoners themselves faced an uphill battle to get into work amid the ice and slush.
Commuters found there were major problems on the Central line, District line and Piccadilly line on the London Underground this morning.
The District line faced severe delays between Edgware Road and Wimbledon due to a signal failure caused by ice and snow.
On the Central line there was no service between Loughton and Epping and between Hainault and Woodford plus severe delays on the rest of the line due to faulty trains.
Footage shows the camera lens shrouded by a blizzard as the Beast from the East hit, leaving pristine white snow painted across the capital's buildings and roof tops
In the time-lapse video, you can see snow cover London in a thick white blanket, with the Shard, Walkie Talkie, Gherkin and South Bank clearly visible
Elsewhere police and fire services across Britain have had to rescue stranded vehicles and deal with crashes as several more inches of snow fell in some parts - amid warnings from the Met Office of a 'potential risk to life and property'.
There are also warnings of disruption to trains, with affected operators including c2c, Greater Anglia and Stansted Express, ScotRail, Southeastern, Southern, Thameslink and Gatwick Express, South Western Railway, TfL Rail and London Overground, according to National Rail Enquiries.
The footage was filmed from 127m above street level. Guests at Novotel London Canary Wharf where it was filmed were able to enjoy the same incredible views
People walk in the snow on Westminster Bridge in London today, with the London Eye visible in the background
Network Rail South East tweeted: 'Our teams have been out all night but despite their efforts we do have some problems this morning. Please check before you travel today.'
Forecasters predict the snow and freezing temperatures will not be letting up any time soon, prompting the Met Office to extend some of its weather warnings.
An amber warning for 'potential risk to life and property' for much of the north of England and Scotland is in place until 6pm, while another covering London, the East Midlands and the east of England is in force until 10am.
A yellow warning covering vast swathes of the UK runs until just before midnight.
Absinthe & The Hallouminati: A Secret Evening of Cheese & Wine with The Dark Knight Of Cholesterol
Society Absinthe Tasting with Sip or Mix & T. A. Breaux, Founder of Jade Absinthes
Monday 19th March 2018 at 7:00PM
£20 tickets include a tasting of Jade's full portfolio of premium Absinthes lead by the president & founder T.A.Breaux
The Last Tuesday Society is pleased to invite you to join us for a very special Society Absinthe Tasting on with founder and president of Jade Liqueurs, T. A. Breaux, and Jenny Gardener of Sip Or Mix.
T. A. Breaux is a native New Orleanian and research scientist who has dedicated over 20 years of research toward resolving the mysteries and myths associated with absinthe. His mission to painstakingly reconstruct historically accurate examples of the controversial spirit gave rise to Jade Liqueurs. Breaux co-directed the effort to lift the USA’s 95-year ban on absinthe, which came to fruition on March 5th, 2007 with the launch of Lucid Absinthe Supérieure. Breaux's reputation for being a staunch promoter of truth and accuracy of information and education in all matters absinthe is surpassed only by his limitless passion for recreating history through the fine art of absinthe crafting.
The Hallouminati: A Secret Evening of Cheese & Wine with The Dark Knight Of Cholesterol
£35 ticket includes a six course masterclass of cheese carefully selected and paired with three glasses of wine for each guest
Join us at The Society on a Tuesday evening in March as we invite The Dark Knight of Cholesterol to share his secretly sourced selection of dairy delights for kindred lovers of cheese & wine alike.
Six courses of Europe's most interesting cheeses will be presented with stories of their origins and makings.
This indulgent selection of cheese will be masterfully paired by the owner of Vinothentic, François Domange, with three wines to harmoniously elevate The Dark Knight's pungent spirits.
Each of the carefully selected wines presented by Vintothenic possess a purity — celebrating traditional ancestral methods of viticulture through harmonious balance, true identity and absolute authenticity.
Cocktail of the Month...
THIS IS NOT A BROTHEL
An ode to the sign infamously displayed on the door of Sebastian Horsley's Soho flat, our house twist on the classic old fashioned is stirred down with a mix of Old Grand-Dad Bourbon, our own rosemary infused sugar and Old Time Bitters, served on the rocks with a lemon twist and finished with a sprig of burning rosemary to ward off any lingering spirits of the evil nature.
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Monday, 26 February 2018
The Cinema Museum - Kennington Classics, Kennington Shoot-Em-Ups, The Great Dictator & Exploding Cinema
Stonehenge Hourly Weather Forecast Tues 27th Feb 2018 - Sunrise 7.01 AM - Sunset 5.39 PM - Open 9.30 AM - 5.00 PM
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