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London Adventure Summary

Hello, readers!
I hope you’ve been having a pleasant week. As might have guessed from our first post (welcome to the new readers!), our blog will mainly be focused on traveling, food & beverage. For our second blog post, let us have a general introduction to the exciting places of interest and attractions to visit in this wonderful city. Most Londoners can agree that often we disregard this city as one of the top visited destination because we have been living in this busy and vibrant city for too long.
London City
Some of the historical places we’ve visited over the Bank holiday in Spring are the Tower of London, House of Parliament, Shakespeare’s Globe, and Windsor Castle.  Apart from the Windsor Castle which is situated just outside of London (easily accessible by National Rail from Paddington), everything is located along the Thames River within the proximity of City of Westminster (Zone 1).
Shakespeare Globe and theatre , Romeo and juliet,
If you are looking for a medieval dining experience, why not book yourselves with a fantastic dining experience at The Medieval Banquet, St. Katherine’s Dock which is only 5 minutes walking distance from Tower Hill station (District Line) or Tower Gate station (DLR). Not only you will experience a 4-course meal with unlimited drinks, you will be entertained and be a part of the performance throughout the night.
 Medieval Banquet23d068_79c82372f328400db68bc3268eeb6b47-mv2_d_3264_2448_s_4_2
If you want to have a quick glance of the famous historical architecture in this city, why not enjoy the view of London from the top deck of the Hop-on and Hop-off bus. Not only it is supplied with a free audio guide, the tour offers multiple choice of routes depending on which area you would want to see. A full description of the attractions we have visited will be available in our future blog posts. Till then…
Windsor Castle


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