Standing in the centre of London doesn't mean you've connected with your own centre. The only remedy against the ongoing traffic noise and the never-ending hunts for fashion labels is fuelling your energy flow with water. Day Spa Hydrohealing has the right elixir against the hustle and bustle outside, cradling the inner peace in bottles. Once you leave this place, you will feel deeply relaxed even in the longest tourist queue. And that's how it works: enter, close the door, leave the noise behind, and relax. And you need to be truly relaxed to face the acupuncture and colon irrigation treatments waiting for you. First, they prick you with needles, and then they put a hose into somewhere else?but all in a very exclusive atmosphere, of course. To round off this tortures, your skin is put into a glass to create a vacuum, the process being called cupping therapy. But if you have survived all this, you can relax during foot and face massages - to the benefit of the immune system. If you don't belong to the brave ones, you can still have yourself wrapped in foil to improve your body shape line or minimise cellulites with diverse anti-something treatments. While the bikini waxing is painful again, it adds the final touch though before you are sent back onto the street again: deeply relaxed and one with yourself.
In London you can be on tour through your entire holidays: on foot, by bus or with your MP-3-player. There are all sorts of tours. We recommend the film tours, in the course of which you can experience your favourite scenes again - live and in colour at that. Do you remember where Bridget Jones kissed Mark? Or where Harry Potter visited the Ministry of Magic? Or where Tom Hanks cracked the code in Illuminati? The Britmovie Tours will refer to the map, showing you all the bleak corners, romantic roads and enchanting buildings that you have known from TV only so far. The guides also share their background information, providing you with many a gossip from the worlds of your favourite stars during your tour. And if that were not enough, they show you the film clips together with the locations, in case you won't recognise them. But that will rarely happen as British films become increasingly popular all over the world. It's not only the humour that the British are good at - it's the combination: down-to-earth but not amateurish; Hollywood-like but not kooky; fantastic but not too far-fetched. British films are made up of real characters - and if you want to take a look behind or at the scenes, you shouldn't miss out on the film tours.