Of course, London has a plethora of sites to see and places to experience.  Luckily, I was studying abroad there for a few weeks, so I had plenty of time to visit the historical landmarks, best museums, and world renowned sports arenas.  The tube and buses provide well operating public transportation to navigate the sprawling city.

Historical Landmarks

IMG_0687.JPGBig Ben

IMG_0691.JPGLondon Eye

IMG_0848.JPGRoyal Observatory Greenwich Meridian Line

IMG_0747.JPGView of London through the London Eye

IMG_0961.JPGView of Big Ben and London Eye from Parliament Square

IMG_0434.JPGThe tower of London at sunrise

IMG_0962.JPGSt. Paul’s Cathedral

IMG_0976.JPGView of London from St. Paul’s Cathedral

IMG_0982.JPGClassic phone booth shot

IMG_0657.JPGAfternoon tea

Best Museums

fullsizeoutput_1a70.jpegBritish Museum

IMG_0488.JPGNational Gallery

IMG_0428.JPGA Monet painting in the National Gallery

Renowned Sports Arenas

IMG_0902.JPGOne of Wimbledon’s main fields

IMG_0353.JPGOld Arsenal building

IMG_0364.JPGNew arsenal stadium with lights on grass

IMG_0380.JPGFulham stadium

IMG_0408.JPGAston Villa stadium

IMG_0699.JPGCopper Box Arena


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