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... as you enter. This is one unusual shop in the present century where you can find all sorts of strange items that include fossils, cryptids, old medical equipment, skulls, and "etcetera". It is located in Hackey and is currently under renovation.
Located in Hampstead, this unique shop will force you to believe in fairies even if you do not believe in them, after you have visited it. The shop ...
Expensive and cliched but the hop-on / hop-off bus still a handy London intro and crash history lesson. Did a part loop on the bus before joining the throng at the Tower of London. A sea of ceramic red poppies marking the WW1 fallen is being 'planted' in the moat - beautiful. The tower experience absorbing as ever - the imprisonments, double-crossing, murders, executions etc. Better than fiction. Though hard to explain to an 8 year old ...
... into City of London. Wow can this place blow us away anymore, down Fleet Street pass the Bank of England. Our guide was talking about fires that went thru in the 1600's. Both Stuart and I found this very eerie we don't know if it was that it was Saturday and the business district was quite or whole history surrounding us. We crossed London Bridge and looked across to London Tower Bridge, amazing. We stopped for Fish and chips before going into Tower ...
... the itinerary and handed out tickets. We all said our hellos and headed through security. As expected, everyone got on with everyone and we strangely enough found ourselves in the nearest bar. Now we are flying through the air somewhere half way between London and Hong Kong. The time has gone by so quick - time flys when ya avin fun eh . Catch you in Hong Kong ...
Of these 8.2 million residents, 37%were born outside the UK. This includes my wife and the majority of friends.
It's this multicultural society that I believe gives London it's identity.
For centuries, London has seen a constant stream of immigrants move into its streets. In fact, if it wasn't for those Roman immigrants 2000 years ago, London may not be the city it is today.
You don't need me to give you a history lesson ...