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 Next, we walked over to St. Paul’s Cathedral, built after the Great Fire of London in 1666. You really can't take a wrong angled picture of this masterpiece. Next, we headed to the streets in central London and did a stroll through Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. After taking some photos we then crossed over Parliament Square to Westminster Abbey for some more photographs.
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It was total fun clicking pictures here with Alim and Supritha. From china town the next stop was a toy store which sells all kind of soft toys, we spent a little moment going around the store, the store had quite a interesting jungle set up. Just 500 meters outside the store was Piccadilly Circus, the place which has the TDK, Sanyo advertisement signage.
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The centuries old majestic cathedral at the end of Victoria street!
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Right after getting off at the station I went to the Royal Pavilion – which is a castle and was home to late King George IV. Nobody was allowed to take pictures inside the castle, but boy I can tell the king had fancy taste and a charming fetish for chinese culture. Such lavish and elaborate decors and architecture, I literally could feel myself wanting to live in the palace.
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I especially loved touring Kew Palace, the smallest of the British Royal Palaces, that while not grandiose has been lovingly restored with period draperies, furniture, and portraits of it’s former occupants. There have been three palaces at Kew over the centuries, but Kew Palace is the only one that remains. The palace was built in 1735, and was referred to as the “Dutch House” for many years. I should also mention that the staff, dressed in period costumes, are absolutely terrific and are well-versed in the history of both the palace and it’s gardens.
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Pre book your tickets : http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/whitby-abbey/prices-and-opening-times
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Next we went to St Georges Chapel which is also on the castle grounds. Its beautiful with Gothic architecture. All the knights are assigned a stall in the chapel choir above which his or her heraldic devices are displayed. After death, the stall plates, however, are not removed; they remain permanently affixed, so the stalls of the chapel are filled with a colorful record of the members throughout history.
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Buckingham Palace the London residence of the monarchy of the United Kingdom....

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St George’s Chapel, one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture....

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Scottish Parliament Building In everything legendary and oh so beautiful in Edinburgh this striking modern architecture specimen stands out!...

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Stonehenge London View of the Scottish capital from Edinburgh Castle Eilean Donan Castle Cadbury World Bath Edinburgh Birmingham When I decided to travel across United Kingdom all by myself, I didn’t know that this would give me such a high, but my first solo international trip definitely ended up being a lifetime experience....

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It is located at the very top of the buildings numbered 34-38....

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The gang in front of the Stonehenge!...

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The rocks used to build the tomb are up to 30 tons in weight!...

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The distillery building itself is rather plain looking but the surroundings more than make up for it's architecture....

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Its beautiful with Gothic architecture....

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Visiting Scotland was definitely one of the best decisions I ever made....

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