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“Hyde Park is a Grade I-listed major park in Central London. It is the largest of four Royal Parks that form a chain from the entrance of Kensington Palace through Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, via Hyde Park Corner and Green Park past the main entrance to Buckingham Palace. (Wikipedia)”
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Science Museum
“The Natural History Museum has incredible architecture, in particular in the main hall. Try using a wide-angle lens or a GoPro to get a picture like below.”
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Museo de arte
“London is blessed with many fine museums, all worth visiting, time permitting. Of all these just a handful stand out as unmissable. V&A is definitely on this list. Its permanent collection displays plenty of priceless exhibits and its special exhibitor are highly sought after ( like those I've visited over the years, from Botticelli Reimagined through Savage Beauty to Dior”
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“If you have money to spend this is the right place to go $$$ very expensive place.”
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“Find your favourite store and the newest shops for fashion, beauty, lifestyle and fresh food only at White City Westfield London.”
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Science Museum
“The Science Museum entertaining and educational exhibits, including the Apollo 10 command module, a virtual reality space-descent experience, old Nokia mobiles and a sixteenth-century artificial arm. You can get your biology fix in The Welcome Wing, which showcases developments in contemporary science, medicine and tech. If you’re going with little ones, head to Pattern Pod or The Garden, where children can explore basic scientific principles with sound and water.”
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“fun day with the Famous film star's and Singer's have ur photos taken with them fabulous time you will enjoy.”
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“Great for river walks, Go Ape high ropes course, two great play areas for kids, two great cafes; The Pear Tree Cafe and Pizza in the Park. Makes you feel as if you're not in a city!”
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“Fantastic park for a mindful walk , beautiful nature and birds to be observed there ”
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“With Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens on your door step, and with Green and St James park in close proximity, my flat is the perfect location for those wanting to get a morning run (or walk!) in the beautiful parks that London has to offer, along with a bit of site seeing. Hyde park is generally safe and I have never felt threatened, but the entrances are gated which close from sunset and reopen around 5.30am. I have often run throughout the park during the dark winter mornings, but saying that please remember London is a city and always be vigilant. If like me you are a very early bird, I would suggest foregoing the earphones if you are pounding the pavements on your own so that you can hear whats going on around you! The easiest way to get to Kensington gardens is to turn Right out of Monmouth road, and then take the first right onto Garway road - keep straight until you cross Moscow road continuing straight until you hit Bayswater road, where you then turn left and cross Bayswater road at the pedestrian crossing. 4.5 Mile loop, also known as Two Parks- runs the circumference of Hyde park and Kensington Gardens. Just stick to the large path which will eventually take you back to your starting point. You will enjoy running through Speakers corner, view Wellingtons arch, past Hyde Park Barracks, The Royal Albert Hall, The Albert Memorial, Kensington Palace and the Diana memorial playground! 7.2 Mile loop (Also known as Three parks) - includes all that of the two park loop, but at hyde park corner you come out of the park, cross over the large round about (running through Wellington Arch!) - and run the circumference of St James park and Green Park - where the London Marathon finishes. On this loop you will get to see the majestic Buckingham palace ”
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Salón de conciertos
“Stunning Victorian building with the world famous round scene and amazing programme of concerts and entertainment throughout the year. ”
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“Lived in by members of the Royal Family since 1689. The most recent inhabitants include Diana, Princess of Wales, Princess Margaret, and now, TRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children, and TRH The Duke and Duchess of Sussex. The 452 bus takes you all the way!”
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Galería de arte
“The Saatchi Gallery showcases contemporary works of art in a spectacular 70,000 sq. ft exhibition space in Duke of York Square, Chelsea.”
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Flea Market
“Welcome to Portobello Road, the world’s largest antiques market with over 1,000 dealers selling every kind of antique and collectible. Visitors flock from all over the world to discover one of London’s best loved landmarks which contains the most extensive selection of antiques in Britain”
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“A must see if looking for one of London's iconic department stores. Oxford Street is easily accessed via the Central (Red) line, which you can get from either Queensway or Notting Hill Gate Tube stations. For Selfridges, you are best getting off at Bond Street Tube station. If you fancy spending the day shopping, I would recommend you get off at Marble Arch station and then walk along Oxford Street. I would strongly advise you avoid Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus stations during peak times as they get VERY congested. ”
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“Just 10 mins walk away, this is one of the largest urban shopping centres in Europe! Shopping, eating, cinema and more... Everything from department stores like John Lewis to small shops. The quickest way there is via Stoneleigh Street. Keep walking west and you will get to steps up to a footbridge over the main road. Once over the footbridge, walk down steps the other side and you will see the entrance to M&S. Enter Westfield this way for the quick way in!! ”
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