London, England (2 of 3)

Day 2 we hit the most popular tourist attractions, using the Big Bus, which included a Thames cruise. The best way to use the Big Bus is to start early and follow the route, hoping off at the places you want to explore further, and hoping on again to go to other sites. Switching lines to jump around usually end up wasting more time.

Buckingham Palace. The Queen prefers staying at Windsor Castle.

Buckingham Palace. The Queen prefers staying at Windsor Castle.

Trafalgar Square, where National Gallery is located.

Trafalgar Square, where National Gallery is located.

Tower Bridge, not the nursery rhyme London Bridge which fell down.

Tower Bridge, not the nursery rhyme London Bridge which fell down.

London Eye. One revolution takes 30 min. Popular proposal place, but awkward ride down if proposal rejected.

London Eye. One revolution takes 30 min. Popular proposal place, but awkward ride down if proposal rejected.

Big Ben clock tower.

Big Ben clock tower.

Westminster Abbey, traditionally where coronations and royal weddings took place.

Westminster Abbey, traditionally where coronations and royal weddings took place.

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