You won't find anyone more knowledgeable or more enthusiastic about this wonderful city.
London' s story came alive through Gavin's eyes, his knowledge, and anecdotes. He took the time to learn that we were interested in the lesser known stories and alleys of London. As a result, Kings and Queens became human, the kitchens of Hampton Court came alive with the smells of pastry and roasted meat. We walked the alleys and felt the night of Victorian times. It is obvious that he loves his job. Extremely professional, always on time, very accommodating and loads of fun. He has my highest recommendation. Maria.
My addendum to Maria's review can be summed up in two words. GAVIN KNOWS. Where is the best cup of coffee in London? Gavin knows. The royal motto of Henry VIlI is plastered all over his private chapel at Hampton Court. IN LATIN. What does it mean? Gavin knows. What is the best time to see the national jewels at the Tower of London? Where was the first coffee shop in London and why does it matter? You guessed it - Gavin knows. From Hampton Court to the Tower of London. From the financial district to Westminster Abbey. From the best shopping to National Museum. By the way, where did the name Westminster come from? Yep, Gavin knows.
Over my many decades of business, I have always enjoyed and appreciated the company of professionals who truly take pride in their occupations. Now I can add Gavin Webb to that list.
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