The City of London’s history goes far back to the Roman era. Strangely enough there are two separate London’s. Confusing isn’t it? London is known for having historical discoveries.
Walking along the concourse of St Pancras International recently felt some how overwhelming and could easily have caused confusion with a loss of direction. This was due to the sheer size of the station.
Without a doubt, modifications were carried out on this ruin over the years but eventually it gave way to many modern high-rise buildings that stand tall in the City of London today. Presently, the ruin is a popular tourist attraction to visitors and Londoners.
The beauty of the DLR is that it runs frequently and connects with some mainline stations. Families and seniors will also enjoy the rides as Oyster cards and Freedom passes as well as debit cards are all accepted for convenience.
Visiting this unspoilt part of the world opened my eyes to the fact that when we have great weather, it is possible to see England’s landscape from a different perspective.
No doubt the summer is well under way and it seems like it is coming to an end but hey there are still plenty of places to visit and activities to get your hands on as a family or solo!
Shockingly, last year when I stood in Trafalgar Square to watch the race with excitement, I spotted only a few women, which means the marathon – known, as RideLondon is predominantly male. Unquestionably, it’s time for more women to get on their bikes.
The striking building is similar to a cathedral in both style and range. Boasting of arches and exquisite stained glass windows and mosaic marble floor, it is no doubt one of London’s hidden gem.
The opportunity arose to climb on one of these buses when family came over to visit and between us, we thought it would be a great experience London by bus, at least some the popular landmarks.