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[ | 7 Oct 2008 | 17 Comments]
Top 10 Free Entrance London Museums

There are over 240 museums in London. Many of them are the best of the world and offer free entrance. Oh, I envy those people live in london!

London, Travel Guide »

[ | 5 Oct 2008 | 13 Comments]
How Can I Contact The Queen Elizabeth II?

Queen Elizabeth’s Golden Jubilee footprint is setting near the Westminster Abbey.
A monument on the ground is a great idea. She is always so close with her people.

London, Travel Culture »

[ | 3 Oct 2008 | 20 Comments]
My Da Vinci Code Walking Tour At London

I read Dan Brown’s mystery novel The Da Vinci Code just before I visited London. So a Da Vinci Code tour was on my schedule.
Walking from the hotelIlived at the Tower Bridge, I started my Da Vinci Code Tour.

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[ | 5 Sep 2008 | 4 Comments]

Changing of the Guard is one of the oldest and most famous ceremonies of London. Buckingham Palace is not the only place to see this kind of ceremony. Actually,There are several chances you can enjoy.

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[ | 4 Sep 2008 | 9 Comments]
Ceremony Of Changing The Guard At Horse Guards Parade, London

I decided to take a long walk that morning, From the Tower Thistle Hotel I lived, which located beside the London Tower Bridge, to someplace as far as I could walk.
After three hours’ promenade, At the right time 10:40am, I arrived the Horse Guards Parade. Yes! I caught the moment of the Ceremony of Changing The Guard!

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[ | 3 Sep 2008 | 15 Comments]
Ceremony Of Changing The Guard At Buckingham Palace, London

Ceremony of changing the guard (Guard Mounting) in front of Buckingham Palace draws thousands of london visitors to watch everyday.
I love the music accompanied by a Guards band.

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[ | 25 Aug 2008 | 6 Comments]
Olympics Gave New Chance To London Icon(Red Double Decker Bus)

A red double decker bus, as the icon of London, together with David Beckham, Appeared at yesterday’s Beijing Olympic Games closing ceremony, as the headline of eight-minute Olympic handover performance.
My first London tour was in July 2004, Those Red Double Decker Buses did not retire then, So I was asked by iWalk to write something about this icon of London.