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Trip List by Chanua

Dream Trip 2013

3 Jan 2013  Never been to the Eastern World and just curious and very excited about getting there
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Europe, Paris, France, Italy Spain

  • Explore locations featured in this Trip List: London, Dijon, Strasbourg, France
  • Category: Other
  • Traveler type: Culture, Sightseeing, Shopping, Active/Outdoors, Never been before
  • Appeals to: Singles
  • Seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall
  • 1. The London Eye
    The London Eye, London, England

  • 2. Buckingham Palace
    Buckingham Palace, London, England

  • 3. Hyde Park
    Hyde Park, London, England

    One of the largest parks in London and famous for its speakers corner, Hyde Park is not only a pleasant place for a stroll but a people watchers paradise. The 350 acres hold several memorials that seem to spring up from nowhere, pedal or row boat rentals, tourists who marvel at the site of squirrels and shady trees to sleep away the time until your hostel bed is ready.

  • 4. The British Postal Museum & Archive
    The British Postal Museum & Archive, London, England

    Open every day and free is a hard deal to find in Europe but you’ll be in luck if you head over to the British Museum. Housing one of the largest collections of art and artifacts from human history and culture, the museum has been around since 1759. If nothing else peaks your curiosity, visiting the Rosetta Stone which allowed man to decipher ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs is something to brag about.

  • 5. Tate Modern
    Tate Modern, London, England

    If relatively modern and free is your thing then stop on in to the Tate Modern Art Museum. Established in 2000 in a converted power station and located right along the Thames, this museum houses international and modern art from the 1900’s on. The exhibits change frequently so stop on by every time you’re in town.

  • 6. Tower of London
    Tower of London, London, England

    What is historically Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress is more commonly known as the Tower of London. The white tower for which the common name derives from is actually just a part of the entire complex which is best known as a prison. This however was not the site’s primary role as the structure was built as a royal residence. Today the Tower of London is one of the most popular tourist attractions for those who wish to see the crown jewels or the ghost of the beheaded Queen Anne Boleyn.

  • 7. Experience London Fish and Chips

  • 8. London Bridge
    Tower Bridge, London, England

    The London Bridge connects the city of London to Southwark in the middle of London and for those in the know can be a huge let down. The London Bridge of today was built in 1973 and is, in a nutshell, boring. But, stopping here and quizzing your travel buddies on the name of next bridge downstream can be a hoot if not overtly arrogant. Most “newbies” to London will think that the Tower Bridge downstream is actually the London Bridge…common mistake but its fun to think you’re smarter than your friends for an afternoon.

  • 9. Big Ben
    Big Ben, London, England

    With its first tick in 1859 the clock laid into the north end tower of the Palace at Westminster, Big Ben began its career as a national landmark. Although the name Big Ben actually just refers to the Clock and not the tower, the nomenclature has become so common place most locals won’t laugh in your face if you ask where “Big Ben” is today.

  • 10. Trafalgar Square
    Trafalgar Square, London, England

    In the south east corner of Trafalgar square, if you look hard enough, you’ll see a small phone booth sized pillar with a black door. This is what many know as the world’s smallest police station. Large enough to house only one officer, the “station” was built here as a look-out post during the protests that typically took place in the area. In reality the world’s smallest police station is in Carrabelle, Florida but this one is so much fancier.

  • 11. i-food-france
    i-food-france, Dijon, Cote d'Or

  • 12. Petit France
    La Petite France, Strasbourg, Bas-Rhin

  • 13. France
    France, Europe

  • 14. Petit France
    La Petite France, Strasbourg, Bas-Rhin