An Unforgettable Trip to London

By: Norman Hooper

My staying in London was set just in the heart of my month long abroad journey. After residing at my sister's house I got some precious sleep. The next morning I went out to see St Paul's Cathedral, a remarkable monument, so I couldn't help visiting it. After taking the typical photos in front of this historical structure I went on to the Tate Contemporary Art Gallery. There were some truly charming exhibitions with some magnificent statues and art work.
Because of my love for sport I was extremely happy to visit Wimbledon to watch a game of tennis. Once the first day appeared to be rainy I made up my mind to make the trip to the grounds and discover what my options of getting in were.

I had to kill time in line, a greatly massive line. Fortunately waiting in queue turned out to be piece of the enjoyment, I got my line card, my direction to queuing booklet and various other things that were delivered to those who were killing time rather tolerantly. We waited in the queue for the whole hour and it wasn't too awful, particularly when you contrast it to the other queue of people waiting for fine tickets to the next days play. Because I passed into the celebrated Wimbledon complex I understood that it was like a little town. It was really huge. I watched a number of games on the outside courts, and had to agree that I was truly visiting tennis game at Wimbledon.
Then much time was spent in the subway and on foot for the reason that I headed to London's Museums. I visited the Science Museum, thoroughly enjoyed Natural History Museum; the buildings of British Museums were striking. I mainly enjoyed watching all Egyptian relics such as vases, sculptures and the Rosetta rock. Unfortunately, I hadn't enough time as there was such a great number of remarkable things to see.

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