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|12th December 2008, 22:28||#1|
London is one of my most favourite cities. I have been there a few times and every time I am amazed by how alive the city feels. love the multicultural feel of the city. people from every race every country fighting for space in tube stations while trying their best to still be 'polite'
here are some phoos I have taken during my visits to the city. some of them are the standard touristy "Patel" snaps while others are not so standard.
Visiting London, I feel, is a must add to your bucket list .
|12th December 2008, 22:38||#3|
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How come I don't see any of the images?
I am in Leeds these days, came here last Sunday. So, a trip to London over a weekend is round the corner. Any tips would be appreciated!
@jkdas - 250 plus station for Tube - Can you please elaborate?
|12th December 2008, 22:41||#4|
Maddona with me, at Madam Tussards
This one was for my parents. they just love her.
Thats where i just lost interest in this place. I found it quite boring actually. My friend Sreeni, on the other hand was thrilled to bits
This was from the bridge leading to waterloo station. The view you get here is just awesome. I tried so many time here to get that perfect shot, that perfect panorama but have still not succeeded. will have to wait for the next oppotunity.
cars i could kill for 1
guard at the buckingham palace
|12th December 2008, 22:51||#7|
at the buckingham palace
The vast gardens surrounding the Palace. A fantastic place to walk around
This duck was so damn still that I almost though it was fake. This fella is very camera savy
Mr Brown's street
Car i could kill for 2
|12th December 2008, 23:14||#12|
The tube is just superb. so many lines, such a vast network and runs like clockwork most of the time. Brilliant
Another thing i just love about the tube is the signage. It is impossible to get lost in the tube. The tube map itself is a masterpiece. Its geographically non sense but serves the purpost beautifully.
I think the best way to explore London is on foot and the occational tube journey. just buy a day pass after the morning peak hour (10:30 am i think, not sure) and use it the whole day. Just pray though that it does not rain!!
Last edited by Locomotive : 12th December 2008 at 23:17.
|13th December 2008, 14:15||#14|
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London springs up my evergreen Nostalgia for British Culture.
I was there in 2003-04 and enjoyed every bit on British soil..
London shopping,harrods,Selfridges was awesome.Wimbledon and Silverstone GP were sporting highlights.
All those museums,trips to shires...i could go on and on.
|13th December 2008, 14:32||#15|
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Brilliant pictures Locomotive (except for the Hitler pic - yuck)- Especially the ones at night are excellent. Makes me want to go there again! So far I have been twice and really enjoyed.
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