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... though the palace but that did
not seem to fuss me, as the view alone of the castle was amazing. The gates
were packed with tourists taking photos so it was hard to see. I managed to
get a glance as the guards changed. It was quick and superior and their timing
was impeccable. By far the highlight of the day.
... peace during his or her vacation in this city. London is known for being an enriching epicenter of music, entertainment, fashion, tradition, culture, communities, heritage, history and many more things. The frenetic nightlife tends to reflect the ever so partying trends of the city dwellers. It is not at all a surprising factor that the London always holds immense popularity among people belonging from all age groups.
Many areas in London ...
A trip to Greenwich was in order yesterday. We caught a couple of buses out and landed ourselves in the much quieter but still very cold town of Greenwich. We visited Cutty Sark, one of the last ships of its kind to travel between England and China trading goods for tea in the 19th century, we then continued to walk along the shoreline. Whilst walking through a residential back street (the one with the pretty doors) we met a local who was on his way to ...
... to one of my roommates and they gratefully accepted.
I then went and checked out. After waiting for about half an hour Mark then checked out too and we made our way to the Contiki Lounge to drop off our Bags and Check into the Royal National Hotel. After a short wait we checked in and left our bags to prepare for tomorrow. From experience we knew we needed to buy breakfast and change some money into ...
... it, bused it, and walked over 12 miles all through the city, making stops at:
Ben Franklin's house - closed today, but will try again
Trafalgar Square and the National Gallery under the view of Lord Nelson
Big Ben and Parliament
Winston Churchill's War rooms - Left as they were when they shut them down in 1945
10 Downing Street - ...