1. David Ingham, historian and co-author of Walk London, gives a summary of the wonderful items in the Museum of London. Even if you're not a museum aficionado, this museum is a "don't miss" destination.
    The remains of the old Roman Wall stands beside the museum. Londoners enjoy eating lunch beside the wall in the shadow of history.

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  2. The only museum of its kind, the Design Museum is dedicated to everyday objects. Located along Riverside Walk, just down from the Tower Bridge, you'll find Terrance Conrad's museum in an old 1950's converted warehouse. It's worth a look!

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  3. The replica of Shakespeare's 1599 Globe Theatre was the project of Sam Wanamaker. In 1970, Sam established the Shakespeare Trust which did the impossible of making way in 1993 to begin construction of the Globe. The Globe was completed in 1997, but Sam never saw the fulfillment of his project since he died in 1993.
    For the price of 5 GBP, you can be a groundling and watch a Shakespeare production.

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  4. Covent Garden has a plethora of shops, cafes, and the Royal Opera House. Free entertainers encircle the complex for your viewing pleasure.
    This area once supplied the food for Westminster Abbey.

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  5. Brown's Cafe and Brasserie is the perfect spot for lunch during your Weekend in London. The menu is varied so everyone can have exactly what they're hungry for. Don't forget to try the Eaton Mess which is a combination of whip cream, berries and meringue. Yum Yum!!

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Annie Coburn

All things London. Take mini video tours of London. Two Brits, David Ingham and Ian P. Hardy, teach Annie Coburn all about London. If you're thinking about a trip to London for the 2012 Olympics or just wanting to experience one of the great cities of…


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All things London. Take mini video tours of London. Two Brits, David Ingham and Ian P. Hardy, teach Annie Coburn all about London. If you're thinking about a trip to London for the 2012 Olympics or just wanting to experience one of the great cities of the world, get a taste of London before you pack that suitcase.

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