Posts Tagged ‘london’

  • My Royal tour to London part I
    My Royal tour to London part I
    I started my travel to London to refresh my mood after spending a year as hermitage. My job gave me the opportunity to work from home sand I took the privilege for almost a year long until I found it stodgy. I set my plans to visit London and come back home with the experience of a life time. Early in the morning I landed in the Heathrow Airport and set for collecting my baggage from the tire. While waiting for my luggage I was just wondering the places that I have planned to see when I realized that I am standing in a popular place right at this moment and should look around once. Heathrow Airport never sleeps like the rest of the major airports in the world but is popular for the passengers it serves and the worldwide destinations it serves. As far as my eyes were going I found the airport as a conglomeration of different races  [...]
    Posted at May 6th, 2011 at 12:05 am
  • Ascending The Stairs Of Prosperity: Boston
    Ascending The Stairs Of Prosperity: Boston
    Boston, this seventeenth-century port and metropolitan extends itself to fill the empty shoreline of Massachusetts Bay and runs for miles inland to mark its rampant presence. When you step in this exotic destination, then forget about systematic networks of modern and developed America, and enjoy the curvy streets huddled around Boston Common. This whirling sensation brings a flashback of the olden days of how the nation started its journey, and is sure to give you intense pleasure and enjoyment. Until 1755, Boston was the largest city in America, as the one which had faced a direct brunt of the latest whims and fancies of the British throne; it was the natural birthplace for the opposition that culminated in the Revolutionary War. After that era, several sights have been conserved alongside the Freedom Trail through Downtown. Subsequently,  [...]
    Posted at October 20th, 2009 at 04:10 am
  • Eclectic Beauty Reclining In London – Part II
    Eclectic Beauty Reclining In London – Part II
    London is a shopper’s paradise; one could grab fun by shopping day and night in London, mingle with the high-class elites in the tiara triangle close by Harrods or get over the weekend markets in the Portobello Road, Camden and Greenwich. After shopping, the most popular and fun granting act is music and clubbing. Even, the predominant arts are not less; they bestow great opportunities to view stunning theatre companies, dance troupes, exhibitions and operas. It is an eclectic location which offers diverse delicacy options for its tourists; in this matter it gives a strong competition to its European rivals. It offers wide-ranging food options ranging from three-star Michelin establishments to feasible dishes, first-rate Chinese restaurants to Indian curry houses. For getting an overview of this metropolis, it is essential to roam  [...]
    Posted at October 7th, 2009 at 03:10 am
  • Eclectic Beauty Reclining In London – Part I
    Eclectic Beauty Reclining In London – Part I
    London, biggest city of Europe sprawls to an extensive area of more than 620 square miles from its center located on River Thames. It shelters population under eight million. Culturally, London is Europe’s largest and diverse metropolis center in which almost two hundred different languages are spoken within its country. Its more than thirty percent of populace comprises of first, second, and third generation migrants. In spite of Scottish, Welsh, and Northern Irish perversion, London still firmly holds the powers and overlooks the nation. It stands out because it is the destination where the country’s news and money are made. London is a grandeur destination which shelters the central government. And when it comes to its inhabitants, the provincial life starts ahead of the city’s circuit of orbital motorway. The superiority  [...]
    Posted at October 6th, 2009 at 01:10 am
  • Spectacular Arena of Excitement…
    Spectacular Arena of Excitement…
    Historically, the stadiums were nothing but a field where people played while others perched on benches to cheer. But a modern day stadium has travelled far from its root. It is designed scientifically to bring out marvels for the world to enjoy. Today, we have more than 10 000 stadiums in over 223 countries which are frequented by 18,000 visitors daily. There are some splendidly made stadiums around the world that are a testament to great architecture. You never know, you might be lucky in getting to see your favorite player practicing while not even paying a fortune. Here are some stadiums from around the world that homes different popular clubs, and is worth a visit: Wembley Stadium- London, UK Wembley’s 90,000 capacity makes it the second largest stadium in Europe after Camp Nou and the largest in the world with every  [...]
    Posted at August 17th, 2009 at 10:08 pm