Out on a Business Trip, Out for Fun

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. When you go on a business trip, don’t forget to set aside time to hang up that suit and have some fun as you sample the nightlife in the best bars in London. People normally feel stressed and tired from the moment they start packing their documents and laptop for their business trip. While a business trip is intended for work purposes, it does not necessarily mean that you cannot take it as an opportunity to travel and it does not necessarily mean that the trip should be boring.

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There are plenty of bars in London that you can visit when you are done with your business meetings. If you have not been to London, you can check out the internet for information about the best bars that are near your hotel or meeting venue. Since you would most likely have just a couple of hours to spare, you do not want to have to travel far to get to these bars. It would also help if you are going with people who are familiar with the place. They can show you the best bars to go to.

To enjoy the bars in London, you want to look for places that play your kind of music, serve your kind of food and drinks, and have the kind of people you want to hang around with. The choices are not limited. There are various bars that are known for their specialties. There are even bars that showcase only a specific music genre. Of course, there are those bars that are great for dancing the night away. Choose depending on your personal preferences. But, remember you’re on a business trip so do not go overboard especially if you have another meeting in the morning or if you need to catch your flight back in the office. Also remember to stay safe and be mindful not to break any laws. You want to get home in one piece, with a bunch of memories of your fun business trip.

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  1. Yeah, take the opportunity to unwind while having business meetings. it is not all about working at all. having fun will make you more productive (for me) haha.

  2. Never been to London! But great article you got here. As far as I know, business trip is not just pure business, it comes with luxury hotel stays, foods, night outs and so much more (or am I just watching too much movie haha.).

  3. HAVE A BREAK. A short break from work and have some fun is good especially to your health. One way of relieving stress.

  4. Although I haven’t been to London, I’ve tried mixing business with pleasure while I was younger. I’d make it a point to visit one or two bars whenever I’m visiting a city for my work. It was a good experience for me getting to know new people and places.

  5. I agree with what you said, “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”. I think unwinding after a stressful meeting or day at work is important to bring balance to our life. I was just listening to news on the increase of stress-related diseases. It’s a sign of times.

  6. MY sis-in-law is in London and we might get an invite to visit her. well see. 🙂

  7. I know for sure na London is well-known for their bars and night life. But I would rather stay at home and sleep.

  8. Airra Pingol says:

    I wish I could visit London someday. its on my travel list.
    I wish you could post some of the famous bars there just to give us a little gist.

  9. I haven’t been to London yet but hopefulyl soon! Good tips for me and to other people who will travel and go visit this country xx

  10. Our British clients prefer drinking hear in Manila because beer if much better and cheap. Lol.

  11. I think London is famous for its bars and night life fun. I would definitely look for one when I end up in London.

  12. Wanderer Juan says:

    I agree that people need to balance their work and leisure whenever they go out. It can’t be all work and no fun.

  13. Business trip is more fun when food plus every item you are shopping for will be paid by the company, especially if it’s in London – Good heavens, prices of commodities are super expensive!

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