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My Favorite Trip: London!

By November 22, 2013May 16th, 2015One Comment

london1London was by far my favorite place I visited in my 3 years in Europe. It is one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen. There are so many things to do from seeing the London Eye to the local aquarium.

My favorite place I went in London was with my dad and it was on one of those tour bus rides. Except this one went to Oxford College. We got to walk around the campus which was basically like a mini town. They have a bunch of little shops where you can buy Oxford hats, sweatshirts, sweatpants, and bags.

I also loved all the historical buildings. My favorite building I saw was Big Ben. It is so much prettier in person. If you think it is amazing in pictures, wait until you see it in person. It is so much bigger than I thought it was going to be. I also saw Westminster Abbey. Westminster Abbey was also a very beautiful building. It was probably my second favorite building in London.

london2In the first paragraph I talked about the local aquarium. You might think what’s so special about an aquarium. However, this aquarium was outstanding.  The aquarium is just across the street from the famous London Eye. I personally didn’t ride the London Eye but I’m sure it is an amazing experience.

There are many different types of stores on the same street as the London Eye. There is even an interactive horror museum. Where you can actually go through an experience where you actually feel like you are in a horror movie. I wouldn’t recommend anyone under 13 years old go to this museum. However, it is up to you.

Overall there are many great things to do in London, England, from historical buildings to bus trips to a horror museum. There are even some American things like a Hard Rock Café. The people in London are very nice and welcoming and I would recommend going. For me it was an amazing experience that I am so glad that I got to have.

Katanna is a 13-year-old native of Maine. Some of her hobbies include dancing competitively, listening to music and of course, writing.

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