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    • Madison Rachels

      London, England. one of my favorite places in the world

    • Lenny Deiró

      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

    • 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! :)

    • Loren Vasquez

      Telephone booth and #bigben I have this poster but I have yet to put it up

    • Prashant Kumar

      Big Ben & the infamous red telephone booth :) London, England.

    • Annabelle Fisher

      Another place that's on my bucket list to go to, is definitely London, England. I've always wanted to go see Big Ben, I think that it's a really cool place and I love peoples' accents there.

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