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Eat Sleep Dream Chapter | Chapter London

Published: 17 Aug 18

You might have seen our recent collaboration with language vlogger English with Lucy. We had such a great time filming with her that we thought why stop there?

Lots of our residents and readers like to learn tips about life in London, so when we spotted Tom from Eat Sleep Dream English, we thought he’d be the perfect person to partner with.

His latest video covers his 10 essential Do’s and Don’ts whilst in London, it’s a great watch. He also gives a special shout out to Chapter as one of the places to check out for student accommodation when exploring the capital – take a look at the video below.

 

Tom was eager to come down and see Chapter Aldgate, an area which he described as ‘super cool and trendy’, where a lot of his favourite restaurants and bars are. Of course, we were more than happy to give him a tour.

Tom really liked the vibe in our social spaces and gave a special shout out to the view from the room that he toured (which was of The Gherkin) - we don’t call them premium city views for nothing! In Tom’s words he was ‘pretty jealous of whoever was going to be staying in that room this year’ – we are too Tom, it’s a stunning view!

Eat Sleep Dream English offer tips on much more than just where to go in London. Tom’s got you covered with lessons on pronouncing English words, differences between English and American terms, typical British phrases, and life in London.

Make sure you check out his great content on the Eat Sleep Dream English Youtube channel here:

Eat Sleep Dream English

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