London Off The Beaten Path

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  • Queen Museum

    by vividvivian Written Sep 17, 2005

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    there is no any special spots of attaction in general
    but walk in this house, you will see how was the noble class life style.

    Sprial
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    Peter Pan Statue

    by Bilimari Written Jun 17, 2005

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    There are many statues standing inside the Kensington gardens. Peter Pan Statue is my favorite. Sit on a bench by this statue, and have a break.

    I found a replika of this statue in Brussels.

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    Walking Tours

    by american_tourister Updated May 25, 2005

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    Walking Tours. There are a number of tours available but the best can be found through Evan Evans tours as they have theme related tours such as Medieval London and the Jack the Ripper tour.

    National Bank of England
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    HRH Princess of Wales Memorial

    by MikeAtSea Written May 4, 2005

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    In the basement of Harrods a memorial has been placed to honour the late Diana and Dodi who were killed in a car crash in Paris.

    HRH Princess of Wales Memorial
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    Beware of the Bats

    by huggy93 Written Apr 21, 2005

    ... and then the moon comes out and I once again find myself thinking about her!

    "From a ultimate dim Thule
    From a wild wierd clime
    that lieth sublime,
    Out of Space,
    Out of Time."

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    WHAT IS THIS??

    by zuriga Updated Apr 9, 2005

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    I doubt this newly painted (September 26, 2002) phonebox will be in existence for long. I came across it near Covent Garden one Sunday... what a joke!

    PINK??
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    From the Clifs of Dover on the SeaFrance ship

    by arkryger Written Apr 1, 2005

    We drove down to the southern east coast to cross over to Calais, France from Dover-the White Cliffs are truly amazing to watch and the seagulls were fun too-think it took about 2 hrs.

    White cliffs and happy kids
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    Somewhere in London

    by Redlats Updated Mar 20, 2005

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    This is where my parents and I lived in 1951 and 1952 - somewhere in London. Strange feelings to be taken back to an area that I have only heard about.

    London flats

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    Les miserables

    by Pravatti Written Mar 10, 2005

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    Victor Hugo's novel was adapted for the stage in 1985 and hasn't stopped rolling since then.I didn't have time to see it but next time I will, for sure.The show is held in Palace Theatre.

    Les miserables
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    City Hall - Huge London map

    by MedioLatino Written Mar 9, 2005

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    In the "basement" of the City Hall, there is a huge map of London. See if you can find your hotel on it! :)

    Address: The Queen’s Walk, London SE1 2AA, closest tube: London Bridge Station

    The map in the City Hall

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    Breakfast at Little Venice

    by beatle74 Written Mar 8, 2005

    It was December when we were visiting there but it was still good to have a breakfast in a boat. Summer must be the best time for Little Venice.

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    Puppet boat

    by beatle74 Written Mar 8, 2005

    As far as I learnt people lives in the boats for not paying taxes. For example that one was a puppet show boat.

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    The Bank of England

    by aliante1981 Written Feb 23, 2005

    The Bank of England on the Threadneedle street quickly turns into a 'Must See' if you're interested in finance!

    More to come!

    The Bank of England

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    Temple Church - Sculptures

    by Callavetta Written Feb 5, 2005

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    Detail of one of the faces that surround the round chapel in the Temple Church. My daughter called this one the "The attack of the Ear Wax monster".

    Sculpture

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    Bevis Marks Synagogue

    by Chamsa Updated Jan 27, 2005

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    Bevis Marks Synagogue in the City of London was opened in 1701 and is the oldest still in use in Britain.

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London Off The Beaten Path

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There are many well-beaten paths in London as befits one of the major travel destinations in the world, but that is not the whole story.  Visitors may well visit Buckingham Palace,  the...

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