London 2007

London Travel Blog

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Though one of the most expensive city to live in, London has a lot of things to offer. From rural to urban places, it is always a pleasure to enjoy the city itself. February was the time of the year that we visted the area, it was gloomy and cold but it was said to be the the best time of the year to visit (if its budget we are talking about). Hotel usually drop their price by almost half and winter clothes are mostly on sale. Harrod's has always been a pleasure to see, if its your first time to visit the area. The mall, though expensive, has a very pleasant scenery and all name brands that you could think of are there to be found. The British Museum would also surely catch your attention and be astounded with the galleries and Egyptian Collections and different artifacts. Be mystified with  Stonehenge, which up to this time remained a mystery of why it was built, and enjoy different cathedrals , great architecture, and castles. Clubs, redlight district, entertainment... I've seen the play of Daniel Radcliffe, The Equus, where the 17 year old kid made a controversy due to the nature of the subject and frontal nudity, on its second day and this kid deserve an applause...overall I love London and im planning to travel back here and spend more time during the summer or spring....

aoisoba says:
agree, budget wise go for winter travel, so what if you'll look like a marshamllow man from the layers of jackets hahhahaha...although i got lucky that i have at least 2 sunny days there in london ...but did not got lucky when i rode the london eye :p
the museums there are really well maintained and the exhibits are well installed...nahimatay kami kakavisit sa museums heheh, tas libre pa!
The musicals and theaters are everywhere! am planning next time i go back, i will watch one muscial a day hahahahah
Posted on: Jan 22, 2008
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