S: Europe Trip Part II: London June 2012
FC: Europe Trip | Part II: London | June 2012
1: Heading from Frankfurt to London
2: Lovely Home of Uncle Ray & Auntie Mauricette
4: Day 1: We start with the city of Eton.
6: Just a friendly reminder, all the geese belongs to the Queen. <== ==>
7: Many of the buildings are very old.
8: Eton College, an elite post secondary school in London, where Prince William and Harry went to school (and so are many Prime Ministers of England).
10: Windsor Castle - an official residence of The Queen and the largest occupied castle in the world.
12: Having fun at the playground in the local park.
14: Day 2 - we start at the BUCKINGHAM PALACE - official London residence of Britain's sovereigns since 1837 and today is the administrative headquarters of the Monarch.
18: Westminster Abbey
20: House of Parliament & The Clock Tower (Big Ben)
22: London Eye The famous 450-foot ferris wheel gives a fabulous bird's eye view of London to visitors who are brave enough to ride. Up to 25 people can fit in each of the wheel's "capsules" and takes thirty minutes to go round. Check out some of the pictures taken from the top of the wheel =>
26: How good is the day without some luxury shopping? At Harrods with seven floors of exquisite collections, 330 departments, and 1 million sq.ft. of selling space......
28: Day 3 - begin with a visit to the Olympic Village
30: Trafalgar Square
34: TOWER BRIDGE (not the London Bridge)
39: Oxford Street - London’s leading luxury shopping destination
40: Day 4 - start with the visit at the Natural History Museum (excellent for kids and is free)
42: Follow by the Science Museum which is just around the corner (and is also free)
44: Day 5 - instead of taking the tube, we travel on the double decker.
45: No need to mention about Westfield - London. With over 300 stores along with The Village which house over 40 luxury brands.