Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Welcome At The London Dungeons

London is famous for it's fashion which is why I was walking down Oxford and Regent Street to get inspired by new trends. The other thing I discovered was that British people seem to like scary rides and attractions, such as the London Dungeons, which was the next visit of my travel plan. Some parts had been really scary, and others had been interesting to listen and to look at. The best part was definitely the end where you can decide if you want to die or escape! We were sent to the execution chamber to be hung! We were forced to sit down in a dark room, were fastened in, and suddenly we were dropped to our deaths!! Now, enjoy the picture which was taken while falling down! Haha!

Tuesday, 26 April 2011

Easter Egg Ferris Wheel

From far away I could already see the gigantic Ferris wheel. The passenger capsules looked like Easter eggs. The London Eye is the tallest Ferris wheel in Europe, reaching 135 meters. At the highest point of the wheel I could see the whole of London. The London Eye is one of the most visited tourist attractions, along with Westminster Bridge and Hungerford Bridge. Unfortunately the weather took a turn for the worse, and as usual for London, it started raining so the view in the capsules was not as good as it could have been, but my guide Alex made the best out of a bad situation, and told me historical facts about London and entertained me with his British humour.

Michael Jackson Is Still Alive!

This year I decided to spend my Easter holidays in London, because I had one mission: To find proof that Michael Jackson is still alive.

I was walking around with my eyes wide open! I had just him and his music in my mind. Every beat of his music took me, finally, to a place called Madame Tussauds. A lot of wax figures of celebrities were there.

Some looked like the originals, and some didn't even resemble the real person. The more I walked through the hall of celebrities from the music industry, I came to my inspiration, the king of pop.

 He was standing there in his chic outfit. He still looked energetic and stood out from all the other figures, like the brightest star in the night's sky. I was so proud and honoured to stand next to him, I took a picture with him, blew him a kiss and moved on to the next stage of my sightseeing plan.