if you visit London first time then don’t miss to these amazing places in London 2019. We share with you 3 best and most visiting places including pedal boating in hyde park and more.
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Place #1 : Pedal Boating In Hyde Park
Summer is approaching and it attracts people in London in the city’s parks. Only on Friday, it was already spring-like temperatures and sunshine, which gives an idea of the summer. What is there nothing better than comfortable in Hyde Park on the Serpentine is the name of the large lake there to shovel the pedal a round through the water? In the item below I reports about it.
Paddle Boating On the Serpentine in Hyde Park
The idea came to us with beautiful weather in London to mind. Why spend our time in clothes shops or museums, but when there is the best weather? There disembarked it was only a short hop to the park, the lake, “The Serpentine”, was right before our eyes. Along a pleasant cafés, in de, you can also relax by the way very well. Once there, we were surprised at first but over the already high price of GPB 10 per person per half hour – yes, London prices for such things.
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Place #2 : A Ride On The London Eye
I want to introduce the best-known and most popular attraction of London – the London Eye. The ferris wheel is the largest of its kind in Europe and revealed a gigantic a good view over the rooftops of London. I always like to present them in my many articles free attractions, yet I think that the London Eye is definitely worth a trip and the money!
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Place #3 : Charles Dickens Museum
The number of 48 Doughty Street was an important place in Charles Dickens life where he lived from 1837 to 1839. Dickens himself described his home as his “home in the city”. Tells Charles Dickens nothing? Then you’re missing an important part of literature. Charles Dickens was an English writer who wrote, among other Oliver Twist, David Copperfield and A Christmas Carol. The museum puts his former residence in scene. A place where emerged the novels of Dickens, who lived at the two of his daughters. The museum houses a very large collection of personal items of exceptional writer, such as manuscripts, letters or portraits. The hotel regularly hosts exhibitions, currently the subject is, for example, “Charles Dickens First Love”. In addition to exhibitions, the hotel also offers a small, charming Cafe (daily 10-16 clock) with a small garden terrace, highly recommended.