The first thing was to find a place to stay. The building we chose to stay in was clean, safe and decorated in a traditional manner. That day was spent visiting the malls and markets of the area. We bought some traditional jewelry, dresses and tried the traditional foodstuff that was offered there. The next morning we started up with the Tower Bridge and enjoyed the view of that place. We continued moving and visited many places including The Eye of London, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, and many others.
London is so much different than Paris. First of all, everyone speaks English and the people are much friendlier than Parisians. London is like a giant wheel with Piccadilly Circus in the center and lots of communities branching out the form it. Most of our time was spent in the area known as the West End. England’s green hills, city life, quaint little cafes and Harrods department store are unforgettable. However, for me, the military tradition of the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace was spectacular. This was British pomp and circumstance at its finest, with their red uniforms, black hats, music, and horses.
Regardless of the difficulties, we faced due to the absence of our luggage we enjoyed the London trip. The morning we left for a visit to Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, and Bath, one of the best Georgian cities in England. My Trip To Paris.
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