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Big Ben

Walking through the bridge, one ushers into London’s eye on one side and Big Ben on the other. The way to every next destination is filled with artists, stuntmen, gamers testing their hard work and luck. We continued our gait, making way into Coventry Street- which is a hub for eateries and we took a quick break at Prêt a Manger. Passing through cobbled streets and the famous telephone booths we halted at the Royal Opera House but couldn’t manage to get tickets for an opportune time as our day wasn’t planned. Continuing our stride, we passed the august London School of Economics, Royal Court of Justice and gaped at the architectural delights. Our next pit stop at about 5:30 PM was St. Paul’s Cathedral and it is not worth missing.
Anuja Mangle Fozdar
1) Big Ben: This is one of the oldest and iconic towers of London.A very popular tourist attraction, it is usually very crowded and has a lot of hustle bustle around it. There is a huge giant like bell inside and the clock outside the tower right at the top is quite a highlight point.Not to forget a lot of popular Hollywood and Bollywood movies have been shot here. Isn't it a good selfie point?
TravelTales
The Clock Tower of the Palace of Westminster - officially named Saint Stephen's Tower - is commonly known as the Big Ben. This tower is one of London's most famous landmarks. We saw this from bus itself as its not accessible by public people and we also got lot of traffic inside City Center, hence we took 2 rounds in the circle from where Big Ben could be seen properly and enjoyed it. Big Ben is made of a combination of tin and copper and weighs in at 13.5 ton.
Sushma Neeraj
The Clock Tower of the Palace of Westminster - officially named Saint Stephen's Tower - is commonly known as the Big Ben. This tower is one of London's most famous landmarks. We saw this from bus itself as its not accessible by public people and we also got lot of traffic inside City Center, hence we took 2 rounds in the circle from where Big Ben could be seen properly and enjoyed it. Big Ben is made of a combination of tin and copper and weighs in at 13.5 ton.
Sarbajaya Bhattacharya
Walk down to Chelsea from the National Gallery and hunt the second-hand book stores for hidden treasures. Walk over to Piccadilly. Walk further down to the Big Ben, or the Tower of London.