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  • Judith Sosa Aguayo

    London Calling! Double decker buses, red telephone booths, and Big Ben! Let us fly you here, we'll even throw in a lovely cup of tea and some yummy scones. What are you waiting for? www.privatejetcharter.com/contact

  • Sherri Tilley

    #London #England | #BigBen

  • Julie Garner

    I've been to Paris, Tokyo, Sydney... all over. But my favorite place in the entire world is London. A lot can be said about a city that makes you feel at home from the minute you land.

  • Lainey Orman

    Fancy to #travel #London? Include this in your #bucketlist and visit "City is Yours" http://www.cityisyours.com/explore to discover amazing bucket lists created by local experts. #local #restaurant #bar #hotel.

  • Roxana Coronado

    London, England is another location I want to visit. I just want to see the city lights over there, ride on one of the red double deck buses, ride on the London Eye, or even see Big Ben! One day I hope to visit and if I end up loving it over there, I think I might end up living there! :)

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I see a lot of boards that have this pin, but I've never seen it put in context. This is the side view of Harrods. The entrance in the lower right corner is one of the busiest entrances, being so near the tube exit. In 1983 just before Christmas the IRA planted a bomb just outside the entrance. The IRA made a phone call warning of the bomb, but it went off before the site could be cleared. Six people were killed and 90 injured.