Okay here's the thing,I want to vistit to London and maybe live there when I turn 18.But I don't now much about London,especially cense I don't live there.Can anyone tell me what's it like there?For example,what part of London is best to live in?What is the food like? Where is the best stores to shop at?Their parks?What is the best collage in england and london? What is your favorite thing about London? And any thing you can tell me about London.
London is a reall busy city: think lots of traffic, many people and just a fast pace of life. There are many nice things to do there and good restauants/ famous nightclubs and so on, but to be honest it is just like living most other places, there is just more variety. The nice places to visit in the day, e.g. all of the sites, are not things you could do regularly as many are of the 'if you have seen them once, you hyave seen it' kind of thing, where a second visit can be pointless. The magic of seeing Big Ben looming about you and Tower Bridge will be lost once you have been there a little while, although I am not going to deny it is really good at first. The parks are good, but it can be a bit of a walk to get to some of them and the weather in London most of the year is not really weather you would want to sit in a grassy landscape in to be honest.
There are some good colleges in London, such as King's College, but they are not rated too much more highly than others in the country. The most prestigious are Oxford and Cambridge- these are both on train routes that mean you could travel to London regularly if you wished.
I would recommend an extended visit to London to really get a feel for it. It is a really expensive place to live, busy and cramped at times. I personally would like in a nearby town and get the train in every day.
Spitalfields market is great for shopping and you can go and find many vintage items around there. Oxford Street is the heart of shopping and holds many of the flapship stores for Topshop and other high street brands. The food varies: you can get whatever you like, but again it may be expensive as there are wuite a few fancy restaurants.
It is a nice enough place, but personally I do not relish the thought of living there, even though I will have to get a job there one day if I get into the industry I want to. Hope you enjoy it if you visit :)
well I have never been but I know people who have been and who are english and have lived near london. london is busy and more like what you expect from new york or boston if that help. that how my english friend tells me its like. she live in a small town outside of london and would go there (london) to go buy stuff/party or try some new food. they have food from all over the world there, while smaller town in england have far less choices. also she tell me its expensive to live in london, so you may want to look at other area next to london. think it as long island, it apart of new york but really $$ to live so you could live in queens/brookland which is not to far away. london is the same way. I know this is the help you may have been looking for but I sure someone else will post soon with more specific answers. but I could my friend (english girl) said that if your looking to live there/go to school there you could start with the school first, look up a college in/near london and they have info about living there.
Most of London is rubbish to be honest I work there everyday . The nice parts of London are far to expensive to live in unless your a premier league footballer lol. your best bet is to live outside of London and travel there everyday as its far cheaper. As far as the food is concerned you can get any type from sorts of nations. London is to over rated as a place to live there are far better places in the UK which is more exciting and cheaper . The schools are xjust the same as any where else in the country hope this helps
its more expensive to live in london than new york so you might wanna change british city/town...
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