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Transcript of Activites.
The capsules are 33 but there isn’ t the 13th capsule because this number brings bad luck.
The tickets costs £26.64
The London Eye was opened in 2000. It is 135m high and It is the most tall ferris wheel of Europe. There are over 3.5 millions visitors every year. It is located on the South Bank of the River Thames, opposite Westminster Palace and near Westminster Bridge.
The circle of the London Eye is supported by connecting bars that make it seem a big bike wheel.
The lighting was rebuilt with the LEDs in the December 2009.
The London Eye is a very big ferris wheel, it is also known as the Millennium Wheel and it is a very popular tourist attraction in the United Kingdom. The London Eye is situated in the centre of London and people who rises it has a fabulous view of the city.
In London you can stroll through the streets of downtown for shopping.
2.Regent Street, a road in London popular with tourists and Londoners.
The best streets to go shopping are:
1. Oxford Street, a road in London with 300 shops.
4. Bond Street, a road in the centre of London. Since the XVIII century is considered one of the most luxurious areas of the capital
LONDON EYE and SHOPPING
3. Carnaby Street, a road in the centre of London near Oxford Street.
5.Knigtsbridge is an exclusive residential and commercial district. It is located in South-West London
6.Covent Garden is in the centre of the West End. The name comes from Convent Garden because there was a convent there in the past. It is famous for its buskers and theatres such as the Royal Opera House.
7. Savile Row is famous for the Beatles' rooftop concert on 30 January 1969. This was the last concert of the rock band.
8. King’s Road is another famous road in London. In the 60s it became famous for fashion.
9. Westfield London is a big and new shopping center. It is near Portobello road, the world’s largest antiques market.
10. Camden market in the north of London is famous for its stalls and shops where you can buy craft, clothing (second hand,too), bric-a-brac and fast food.
11. Harrods is the oldest, biggest, and most popular department store in London. It's very expensive, too!