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London, Again?!

Yes, London again! So as you can see London has been the main destination for me while I’ve been here in England. The main reason being is because all my excursions that have been planned for me for each of my courses happen to go to London. 931 more words

Travel

Gobbets of the week #18

Here are links to the top 10 gobbets of London history we saw this week:

1. 300 years of Doggett’s Coat and Badge!

2. Swan Upping… 101 more words

History

August

This picture came about quite by chance. I had taken the picture from Hungerford Bridge on a misty morning, and the whole scene was in pale shades of gray. 52 more words

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey. A place of worship. A place of burial. I found the Abbey to be a comforting place. Surrounded by memories of some wise and others not-so-wise people and temporarily separated from the outside world, it was relaxing to sit in quiet and meditate on the difference between the wisdom of God and that of men. 56 more words

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The "Wobbly Bridge" over the River Thames in London, UK

London, UK, images; Millennium Bridge, St Paul’s Cathedral, River Thames; the Millennium Bridge, a steel suspension footbridge between Blackfriars Bridge and Southwark Bridge, was nicknamed “Wobbly Bridge” because after its opening in June 2000 it was swaying under the weight of the throng 9 more words

London

What is the Best Value way to tour London

London is the most visited tourist city in the world and has a considerable number of famous historic and modern landmarks to see. Paying individual entry fees at each site can add up and be very expensive, plus time consuming queuing. 489 more words

A Day In Macau: The Portunese Wonder

Another quick trip to round off a whirlwind of a weekend traveling to Hong Kong.  Leaving on a Thursday and arriving to Hong Kong on Saturday, I then had to pop over Macau for a day in order to get my training visa stamped so that I could, ya know, not get deported. 515 more words

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