London! There are plenty of features that are quintessentially British or English, and a lot is carefully preserved. Reginal variation surprises many visitors, with eye-opening range of traditional building styles(half-timbered, stone, brick, timber, flint etc.), plus some astonishing changes in scenery.
Kyle, in front of Liberty Department Store.
Jennie, in front of the gate to Green Park
Trafalgar Square- you can take any night bus from here! This place is really good for people watching.
Jennie with the Horse Guard in the White Hall
Jennie in Piccadily Circus
Jennie at the Tower of London, one of Britain's best-preserved Norman castles, where many famous and notorious prisoners of the Crown met a grisly end.
Burkingham Palace guards marching in the changing of the guard ceremony.
Tower Bridge, the best known Thames span, which is still raised to allow tall ships through;cross to the Tower of London.
Must Visit: Burkingham Palace, Piccadilly Circus, Oxford Circus, Tottenham Court Rd, British Museum, Regent Park, St. James Park, Hyde Park, Green Park, Knightbridge, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, House of Parliament, London Dungeon, Madame Tussaud's, The Tower of London, Camden Town(Flea Market), Covent Garden, China Town in Leicester Square, Royal Festival Hall, MOMI, Soho.
Food: Fish and Chips, Kidney pie... visit their pubs for beer and local food. Wongkei if you want to have the cheapest chinese dish, but taste real good.
Transportation: Underground. You may buy pass ticket for 2 days or 5 days. It is a lot cheaper than one day pass.