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By Neil Teplica, Dave Freeman

A hundred activities ahead of You Die highlights the wildest and most enjoyable occasions on the earth. The authors profile the a hundred most sensible happenings, gatherings, fairs, and occasions from everywhere in the globe, supplying images and precise studies from every one scene.

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From the hill in Greenwich Park, you can get a prime view of New London (the Canary Wharf district) from one of London’s oldest royal hunting grounds. Set away from town there’s the colossal O2 dome, the city’s iconic concert venue. Whitechapel & Spitalfields Best for: Nightclubs, live music, South Asian food, galleries, clothing, and crafts What you won’t find: High-end restaurants, hotels If Mayfair is London’s champagne, Whitechapel has always been its hangover. For centuries it was an impoverished, squalid slum.

Perhaps the fault lies with the sizable transient population, including tourists, that quickly passes through the neighborhood, depriving it of sustained energy. In recent decades, the area has borrowed some identity from new immigrant communities from Greece and Middle Eastern and Arab countries (Edgware Road is a magnet for Halal cuisine). One exception to the muddle is Queensway, a popular shopping street crowned by Whiteleys, a gorgeous 1911 department store edifice converted into an urban shopping mall in 1989.

5. Are children welcome as guests? 6. Are there any rules the host has for his or her guests? Whether or not guests can smoke in the apartment is obviously a common issue, as is the guest’s use of the shared space (I once met a host who only allowed the guests she liked to venture into the living room). Most hosts do not allow guests to cook, except to reheat prepared foods, so if this is an issue for you, bring it up. And sometimes the rules can be even more unusual—I know of a Kosher hostess who requires guests to separate the plates used for dairy products and meat products (not an easy task).

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