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Virtual Tour of Cambridge Circus - Shaftsbury Avenue & the Palace Theatre, London, England
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"London. A place to truly enjoy the hustle and bustle of a modern city and enjoy historical sights all at the same time. So much to do, just remember to wear comfortable shoes. Or not, I didn't see many locals doing so!"
 
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"London's the greatest, especially when travelling with young children. And don't forget The Science Museum on Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London. It's free and it's open seven days a week."
 
Hansel D'souza says:
"London in simple words is absolutely amazing and also being one of my favorite European destinations. It's vibrant culture and city sights such as the British Museum, going for a concert at Hyde Park, staring at famous people at Madame Tussuads or viewing the whole city via the London Eye. Also a boat ride on the River Thames would be delightful, the shopping at Harrod's or savoring traditional fish and chips on a Sunday afternoon."
 
Dominic Cee says:
"Looks very quiet for cambridge circus, it's usually heaving round there.. the 360 degree shots are great though."
 
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"LONDON...you love it or your hate it. I LOVE IT. Free museums, diverse shows at many theatres, outdoors parks beckon, indoors there are so many attractions you are spoiled for choice. My favourite London places have to include the Tower of London, St Paul's Cathedral, Madame Tussauds, Trafalgar Square and always a must is the Hop on Hop Off bus tours. Eating out is a gourmet's dream, restaurants, cafes, bars and coffee shops offer diverse and varying fare at differing price levels. The River Thames divides this mighty city with millions and millions of people living, working and visiting daily. It is HUGE but it offers so much activity you will spend weeks there before you see it all. The transport system offers buses, the underground, trains and of course the Black Cab... or explore it all on foot. London definitely is a city where you will get the best out of your visit by doing your homework before you step foot in it. Save time by having a plan, that way you will not be dismayed when you find it's time to leave and you haven't done all you want to. London has tour operators offering day-trips to many places/attractions so you can get the best of this magnificent city and tourist wonders an hour or two away. London rocks - it is alive, happening and you can experience the history, take advantage of the future or just sit in a park and watch the world go by. Go to London - go soon."
 
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