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... the entire time and not really looking out of a glass covered pod suspended too high in the air for my liking. After the London Eye we crossed the Thames River and saw Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and 10 Downing Street. Following this we walked back to Trafalgar Square. From Trafalgar Square we walked to Buckingham Palace, during this walk the girls wanted to know all about the Royals...quite ...
... traditional English "posh" shops, it really is window shopping; all that exists for these shops selling for instance hand made shoes, is a window display with several luxurious items for sale, and inside is a single chair for a customer or "gentleman" to sit to discuss the purchase. At this point we were pretty exhausted so we headed back to our hotel to get some sleep.
Tomorrow we visit Stonehenge and the Old English town of Bath!
... are few examples of the architecturally impressive buildings with bricks which spell history.
In case you are art and literature lover, the National Portrait Gallery, Shakespeare’s Globe and the Tate will be simply make you fall in love. There are regular exhibitions and interactive programs for all age groups of people.
You may also check out Leicester Square and treat yourself with a West End show. Walking along the ...
... This mall was like a Mall of America, but so much classier! I have never seen so many expensive stores in one place! There was also really great shopping that appealed to me and may have caused a little bit of a dent in my pocket! oops! London shopping is awesome! P.S. they even had an American girl type store, but for ...
... watered I wandered down Brick Lane, beside food it had a heap of markets, a real tourist Mecca, I'm not into the shopping when my wife is not with me so I headed back to the Tube and went to Hyde Park, when we were here last year we didn't get to see speakers corner as it was winter, so I wanted to tick that off the list. Speakers Corner is an old aged tradition where anyone can get up on his soap box and discuss any topic, the rules are ...