restaurant, football match.London (Chapters 1 and 2)Antonio visited London with a Spanish friend and they went to a typical British pub but in Britain most of the pubs close so early and thissurprised Pablo. The next afternoon Antonio took his friend to a good Hotel in the centre of London and drank a tea in a tearoom.In New Year's Eve Antonio and Pablo went to Trafalgar Square to listen thebells but they couldn't hear to them because there were a lot of people.They went to Globe Theatre on the south bank of the River Thames and saw a Shakespeare's performance.Later they travel by The Tube,one of most special places of London and they was surprised to see a Muslim woman who only her eyes were uncovered. I can't understand this reaction because in Spain this image is very usual.Theytook a typical London Taxi and the driver talked to Antonio and Pablo in Cockney rhyming slang and they couldn't understand to him.York (Chapter 3)York is a country with much history, Antonio traveledalone by train and meets Barbara Green who said to the foreigner that could stay in the Green Guest House that was cheap. In this house he ate a typical, enormous breakfast.Antonio visited the JorvikViking Center and arrived at Coppergate Market (based on 948 AD).Later in the streets of York a man asked Antonio about the way to York Minister and he decided to visit it with the man who was fromChicago.York Minister is the biggest Gothic cathedral in Europe, it took more than 250 years to build and was finished in 1480. It has very impressive windows at stained glass.They visited the CastleMuseum and talk about the ghosts who live in it.
Oxford (Chapter 4)Oxford University is one of the oldest and most prestigious university in the world. Antonio appeared in the Oxford shopping districtand was immediately disappointed.He later visited the gardens of Magdalen College that have a beautiful bell-tower, next to the medieval bridge.Antonio dinner a typical meal of fish and chips in a...
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