Weird City Structures – Marble Arch, London

In the last 12 months that ive been roaming around the London city streets ive seen many funny, sentimental, and weird structures and statues. But these two beat them all.

Horse-head, Marble Arch, London

The Green Horse-head, Marble Arch, London

The first one which is more prominent of the two is a green (a beautiful shade of green actually) colored horse-head standing on its own without any kind of a support. It looks like the head of a horse bent down to graze (at peace). And the first thing you would wonder is how the hell is that thing standing? Though its no space science if you really figure it out. Ill leave that you to you figure that out ;)

And the second one, a little inconspicuous of the two looks like Lord Buddha is riding a monstrous ten-horned elk kind of a creature. Truly surreal this looks straight out of a Steven Spielberg Hollywood thriller.

Ten Horned Elk at Marble Arch, London

Ten Horned Elk at Marble Arch, London

You can find these two at Marble Arch, and if you dont know where that is – well, it lies at the junction of Oxford StreetPark Lane, andEdgware Road, almost directly opposite Speakers’ Corner in Hyde Park in LondonEngland

So next time if you are somewhere near that place go visit them and get your photos next to them; they will make lovely Facebook covers for your profiles.

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Firdaus Haque

I Know What You Did Last Weekend

The Brighton Pier

The Brighton Pier

Brighton and Hove is a perfect place for a weekend trip for people in London and ofcourse for the tourists. If you want a little bit of sunshine, a walk by the beach and exclusive shopping, well this is the place for you. Around one and half hours from London by train, it is a place you can even visit and come back the same day. Its not a problem finding neat and comfortable room for two starting around £70 per night on a weekend and around £35 on a weekday. I suggest you try to get your bookings at least a week earlier from one of the hotel deal sites like LateRooms.com or LastMinute.com.

Brighton and Hove Beach

The Beach Side

The Brighton Pier being one of the most visited sites in Brighton was built in 1823 to provide for the safe harbouring of merchant ships from France. But today thousands of tourists from all over the globe land each day to have fun, shop and eat. Though most of the rides are for kids its got some unique things for adults as well like a palmistry wagon, fish pedicures, horror rides, gambling area, bars and food kiosks.

A Walk by the Sea - Brighton and Hove, UK

A Walk by the Sea – Brighton and Hove, UK

The best place to find information, rates, bookings and opening times on the Brighton Pier is the Official Brighton Pier Website. 

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The London Eye

The London Eye

The London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel situated on the banks of the River Thames, in London, England. The entire structure is 135 metres (443 ft) tall and the wheel has a diameter of 120 metres (394 ft). It is the tallest Ferris wheel in Europe, and the most popular paid tourist attraction in the United Kingdom, visited by over 3.5 million people annually.
Visit the Official London Eye Website for facts, bookings, tickets and other tourist services at – www.londoneye.com

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The Stables Market, Camden, London, UK

Camden Town Market, London, UK

Camden Town Market, London, UK

The Stables Market in Camden Town or the Camden Lock Market is by far the most creative and entertaining open air market in UK.