49 thoughts on “London Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

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  2. Tomás Castillo says:

    • London is situated in the South- east of England.
    True
    • London was rebuilt in 1668.
    False
    • London is a city that honors the story of humankind.
    True
    • The story of London began in the Iron Age.
    False
    • The capital of the UK has been an important financial, educational and cultural center.
    True
    • There are seven Royal Parks.
    False
    • William the Conqueror built the London Bridge.
    False
    • Buckingham Palace is the official residence of Queen Elizabeth.
    True
    • Buckingham Palace doesn’t offer tours of staterooms and gardens.
    False
    • The British Museum isn’t free. You have to pay an entrance.
    False
    • The Tower of London was one of England´s grimmest prisons.
    True
    • You can’t explore London on foot.
    False
    • London is filled with iconic symbols.
    True
    • One of the less important iconic symbol is the Tower Bridge.
    False
    • Tower Bridge is a reminder of London´s expansion during the industrial revolution.
    True
    • Many of Royal Parks are in central London close to royal palaces.
    True
    • Green Park and St. James’s Park aren’t next to the Buckingham Palace, Admiralty Arch and the Mall. True
    • The Portobello Road Markets in Notting Hill attract visitors. True

    • The London Eye is over 500 feet high.
    False
    • The London Eye takes 30 minutes to complete one rotation.
    True

  3. Fropello says:

    Missing London. I was fortunate enough to call it home for almost 4 years. I miss the vibes, the people, the place and London as a place itself. See you soon jolly old London.

  4. John Willetts says:

    I’m from a Yorkshire village and like so many British people, I always try to avoid going into London. It’s such a big cosmopolitan place, full of expensive tourist traps, the majority of it’s people seem to be from overseas not just tourists but people come to work there from all over the world. I can understand tourists wanting to see the big sights, such as the palace, tower and Parliament etc. But would suggest that they venture out and see the real U.K. Britain is a surprisingly small island and so even if based in London you could take trips out into the countryside. Would recommend North Wales with its castles. The Lake District. City of York or maybe a little seaside town like Whitby full of character. Join the locals for a few pints in the pub. You will find the average Brit with a pint in his hand very sociable.

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