About London Attractions
We'd have a lot of questions for the London visitor who didn't know that the city boasts some of the most awe-inspiring sites and idyllic days out on the globe. We'd also love to be the ones to break the good news to them. To Americans, with our relatively new developed nation and all, a mossy outdoor wall exude the kind of magic and visceral history that those native Europeans take for granted. (By the time the Mayfair landed on American soil London had already suffered and rebuilt from six major fires) But just wait til you take in the legacy of 18 English monarchs resting in Westminster Abbey, or the Greenwich Observatory, that nice building out east that helped form our concept of international time. London's attractions are unique as snowflakes -- vertigo-inducing, spooky, dreamy, sometimes-pricy, sometimes-free, always-utterly-enchanting snowflakes, and you'll be hard pressed to tear yourself away from their ambiance and magic.
About Arianna Reiche
Arianna Reiche is a London-based writer and publisher. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, she studied at the University of Edinburgh before working with Vice, New Scientist, McSweeney's, and Gawker Media. She first fell in love with London running errands during London Fashion Week in 2009, careening through the streets in an microscopic G-Wiz stylemobile.
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