Oxford street is a street where there are a lot of shop, something like 300, for example Primark, H&M, Bershka, Pull&Bear, New Look, forever 21...who start at Marble Arch and finish at St Giles circus. And you can go there with the tube.
The red phonebox and buses are everywhere in London, but there are modern and old type of phonebox and buses, There are more in England than in France, mainly the phonebox. In France neither the buses nor the phonebox are red, and the buses in France are rarely double-upstairs in contrary to in England.
The London Eye is a big wheel over the Thames, and when you are on the top of it you can see all of London especially westminster palace who is not far of it and then Big Ben too. Each of the 32 capsules can carry 25 people and one turn is 30 minutes long.
The Harry Potter studio is the place where are exposed all the things used to film all the Harry Potter movies. Over there you can see the bedroom of Harry, the flying car, and the famous castle of poudlard and Dobby.
Bobbys are the person who protect and help the british people in danger. Sometimes they help the children to cross the street, they work at the police.
Buckingham Palace is the Queen's residence in London and is used to receive and entertain guests on state, ceremonial and official occasions for the Royal Family. The palace was originally built for the Duke of Buckingham in 1705. The Palace is between The Green Park, Hyde Park and St. James's Park.
IT'S TEA TIME Afternoon tea involves things like manners, lace and dainty foods. It is typically served in the mid-afternoon and it was traditionally served on low tables, hance its two names. Afternoon tea was considered to be aladies sacial occasion.
Westminster Abbey is one of the oldest building in London and one of the most important religious centers in the country. Many Kings and Queens or famous people were buried on commemorated there.
The Palace of Westminster, known alsoas the houses of parlement, is where the two houses of parliament of the UK conduct their sitting. It is the palacewhere laws governing British life are debated and passed.
Big Ben is one of the most famous landmarks in the world. Officially Big Ben does not refer to the clock tower but to the huge bell that is inside.