Posts Tagged ‘City walks’

A stroll through London

stroll through London

LondonA stroll through London A stroll through London: Many of the fascinating London landmarks are within walking distance of one another. If the weather is nice it is definitely recommended to explore the city on foot. Our stroll through London started at the tube Station Bank and firstly lead us through the financial district. Impressive…

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Greenwich – a district in London


LondonGreenwich – a district in London The London district Greenwich used to be the centre of the British Navy. But the district got world famous because of the prime meridian that runs through the Greenwich Observatory and because of the Greenwich Mean Time.The Royal Naval College was built here in 1873 and is now used…

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A walk through Eton

Eton Kapelle

Eton / WindsorA walk through Eton About 25 km lie between London and Eton, which is located directly opposite of Windsor. The towns are separated by the river Thames but there is a bridge to cross over from one to the other. Eton is home to the very famous and enormously exclusive Eton College, a…

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A stroll through Salisbury


Salisbury A stroll through Salisbury Salisbury lies in the English county of Wiltshire where the rivers Avon and Wylye meet. The most important building in Salisbury is the cathedral from the 13th century. We took the train from London to Salisbury. Our final destination on that day was the nearby Stonehenge and the famous cathedral.…

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We are going to Brighton


BrightonWe are going to Brighton! We made this decision in Berlin, even before we came to the UK. We wanted to go to Brighton. And when we finally embarked on our excursion to the famous coastal town we really lucked out with the weather. Ideal for a fun day at the beach! We started at…

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