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A Visit to London by Grade 6A
Transcript of A Visit to London by Grade 6A
A trip to London
5 days in London
Our virtual trip to London
Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of the Queen and the Royal family. When the queen is at home the Royal Flag flies on top.
Best Western Shaftesbury Hotel is just 300 meters
from Paddington Station near Hyde Park and Oxford Street.
If we go to McDonald's , we will eat Fast Food.
If we go to an elegant restaurant, we will have to dress nicely.
Platform 9 3/4
Queen Elizabeth the second governs the entire United Kingdom. If you visit the Buckingham Palace, you can see her.
If we go to the London Eye, we will see the view of
The London Eye
Transportion to London:500zł
Total cost of the trip:1600zł
Sources: Wikipedia and Google Graphics
Authors: Lukas R. Victoria D ,Conrad R. Jackob F.
„We are the champions my friends”
We will go by tube. It is the most popular transport. It is an old means of transport.
Tickets cost 4.70£ - 8.50 £
Morning: Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace is the official home of the Queen, and is open to the public throughout August and September.
Afternoon: Tower of London
The Tower of London - the building was a fortress, prison, palace, and even served as a zoo. If you go to the Tower of London, beafeaters will be your guides.
Morning: National Gallery
If you visit the Natonal Gallery, you can see paintings by Leonardo da Vinci, Rembrandt, Picasso, Michelangelo, Monet, Van Gogh and many more.
Afternoon: London Eye and Big Ben
London Eye is 135 meters high which means it was the world's tallest observation wheel when built in 1999.
The name Big Ben actually refers to the clock's hour bell, the largest of the clock's five bells.
Morning: St. Paul’s Cathedral
St. Paul’s Cathedral was built after the Great Fire of 1666. The architect was Sir Christopher Wren. The cathedral is a hundred and ten metres high from the floor to the top of the cross and you can climb the 627 steps up to the dome.
Barbecoa is located at one new change, behind st paul's cathedral on the new change passage.
One of several royal parks in London.
Morning: Hampstead Heat
Hampstead Heath is one of London’s most popular open spaces.
Trafalgar Square and The Globe Theatre
Trafalgar Square is the most important place in central London. Trafalgar Square was built in the nineteenth century. The Globe Theatre was built in 1599. It burned down in a fire in 1613.
Morning: Madame Tussauds
Madame Tussauds is a wax museum in London.
Afternoon: London Aquarium
The aquarium has one of Europe's largest collections of global marine life, including sharks, crocodiles, penguins and sea horses. Don't miss the daily feeding times and talks - you can sometimes help out with the feed, but keep your fingers away from the piranhas!
Cost: 2500 PLN (400PLN financing from school)
Trip takes: 20-26 June
Excuse me how much will it cost, if I travel by ship?
It will cost 80 zł.
If I travel by underground, how much will it cost?
It will cost 20 zł.
How much will a history lesson cost, if I have 20 students?
It will cost 30 zł.
The punk subculture began in England
Queen was born 21 April 1926 in London
She was crowned 2 June 1953
Their task is to protect the Queen and country.
Very very luxury shop.
Come there stars.
People come there to watch
means of transport
Platform number 9 ¾ - magical platform in London,is at the railway station King's Cross.
Its entrance is between 9 and 10 platform . The platform is not available for Muggles
Wax Museum (called Madame Tussaud's) - waxworks of famous people, The museum was founded in 1835 by Marie Tussaud (1761-1850) in London.