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A Walk Along the Thames

Do you often dream of a peaceful haven where you can enjoy heavenly sights by a river? Have you ever been to a city that has stunning views combined with a fascinating history? Would you like to enjoy a variety of unique cuisines? Then look no further than the unique and lively city of London. This post will take you on a walk along the iconic River Thames. It is sure to leave you breathless and with the never-ending sights along the way, you will never want to return home.

1. The Tower of London

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The Tower of London is a must-see attraction. Daily, you can enter through the magnificent gates and return to a time when kings and queens ruthlessly ruled and lions and ostriches lived in a magical menagerie. Amazingly, impeccable and exquisite jewels can be admired here. You can also walk along the walls overlooking the Thames and see the picturesque Tower Bridge.

2. Borough Market

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The Borough Market is a food lover’s dream. Everywhere you look, your eyes will feast upon mouth-watering cheeses and flavourful desserts. Interestingly, the market holds competitions where world-class food stalls compete to see who has the most delicious delicacies. If you are adventurous and want to try a variety of worldly foods, this attraction is not to be missed!

3. Tate Modern

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Calling all art fanatics! Conveniently located in the heart of London, this museum holds thousands of stunning works of art. Strangely enough, it used to be a power station before it was converted into the quirky museum that it is today. It is an upbeat attraction that has a doodling bar where children can explore their artistic abilities and a chocolate shop (in case you have a sudden craving).

If you want to find out more about this bustling and cheerful city, then book your trip, pack your bags and get going!


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Hello! I'm Miss Barss and I teach Year 4 at East Wickham! This is our class blog where we will be uploading some of our amazing work!

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