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About Me
My name is Parita, and I am a conferencing event manager. I love living in London because of the diversity, weather, parks and rich history--it's a wonderful place to live. London is truly one of the most international cities in the world. You can find people from each and every more/less
You have to go to
Victoria and Albert Museum.
Here's one fun activity you can do
A ride on the London Eye.
Don't forget to check out one of my favorite places
Walking through Hyde Park in the summer is phenomenal.
Enjoy a meal at my favorite restaurant
Borough Market.
Here's a doable bucket list for you to do in one day
1. A masterpiece of exotic design and workmanship that rises above London's skyline, BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir is a testament to the capital's multiculturalism.

2.Bricklane Market. The real Market is open on Sunday's and there is something for everyone. Street art, shopping for old and the new, food from around the world and street musicians. There are also lots of side buildings with markets in them and bars, clubs and restaurants and just over the road is also Spitalfields Market.

3.Kilburn Grange Park. Moments away from the bustling Kilburn high road is this tranquil eight acres of parkland. Take a stroll or watch the world pass-by from a park bench. Children will love its play area and active souls can practice their serve on the tennis court or take advantage of its free outdoor gym.

4. Ealing Road, Wembley - cultural delight with Asian shops selling everything from saris to the most exotic fresh fruit and vegetables.In addition, the road also boasts a variety of cafes, restaurants and a sparkling jewellery quarter.This bustling centre reflects the increasing popularity of diverse foods and clothing.

5.Wat Buddhapadipa in London was the first Buddhist temple in the United Kingdom, established by the London Buddhist Temple Foundation with the objective of creating a centre for the dissemination of theoretical and practical Buddhist teachings in Europe.
My extra insider tip for you is
The city's great museums are for free.
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