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I spent many weeks in southern Indian in my youth. In the near future I'd love to spend a month touring the 'golden triangle' taking in the stunning forts and multicoloured old towns. And as a Buddhist I'd love to visit Nepal and discover the history and heritage. Sampling the foods of each country would also be a big high light for me too.
The perfumes Society were looking to commission a map of London for an event they were holding. The commission involved creating a detailed map of London, focusing on East London, Central and parts of West London. The important details involved creating well know places and location, which people could recognise. The map should be illustrative and practical at the same time with anyone looking at it, being able to use it to navigate or plan with.
I'm fortunate enough to live close to London and have always enjoyed its delights, from historical, gastronomical, theatrical and musical. I'm hoping that every month throughout 2017 I will submit a map here on TDAC. It will mostly be of world cities but I may go off at a tangent depending on how I feel !
Do some self-guided London sightseeing tour by using London's own transport system, passing many tourist attractions as Trafalgar Square or Victoria Palace Theatre by bus. At Westminster Pier get on board at River Thames bus service. You can see London's famous landmarks as Big Ben, London Eye, St Pauls Cathedral, the Tower and the Tower Bridge from the water. From Tower Gateway you can take DLR train, which is an automated light metro system. The trains are fully controlled by computer. Take a place in front where normaly the driver is sitting and enjoy an unusual trip with a marvelous view on the Docklands and Canary Warf until you reach Greenwich!
This map highlights some of the most popular places of the city of London and Westminster such as Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, The Gherkin, The Eros Fountain at Piccadilly Circus, The Cheesegrater (The Leadenhall Building), The Victoria Palace Theatre, St Paul's Cathedral, the Millenium Bridge and The Shard. And of course – some members of the royal family (2014) can not be missing.