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Westminster and Big Ben, London Landmarks   There’s no denying that London is a fantastic city with so much to offer. As a temporary Londoner, summer is my favourite time of year to finally get outside and discover old and new activities to do in London on a budget.   5 activities to do in London in summer ...
Guggenheim Bilbao
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  The architectural splendour of the Guggenheim Museum is unlike any other museum in the world. Created by Frank Gehry 1987, the museum is a majestic ‘mess’ of steel. By mess, I mean that it appears to have no particular order, the building has parts the stick out and appears to have layer upon layer of titanium, aluminium and limestone.  
La Plaza Major
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In the city rivalry between Madrid and Barcelona, Madrid is the Melbourne and Barcelona is the Sydney. By that I meant that Madrid may not have the instant allure of beaches, major architectural sights like the La Sagrada Familia or epitomize the stereotypes of Spain…Madrid will instead blow you over with it’s culture – on the streets, in the city squares, the food and its people. There's a lot of things to do in Madrid, Spain in one day...
Butterflies Eating
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Butterflies are captivating creatures. During summer hundreds of butterflies are ‘hatched’ in the outdoor house at the Natural History Museum in South Kensington, London. Once you step inside you’re transported into a rainforest far from Central London. It’s humid, butterflies are zipping all around you and you can hear birds chirping. It's far from the rainy, cloudy weather outside! The butterfly house is an exhibition for all...
British Museum, London
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Cupid in the King's Library The British Museum is one of the world's most famous and controversial museums. It houses over seven million artefacts from all over the world. The building itself is pretty spectacular with Romanesque columns outside and a huge glass...
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Every girl remembers their first Barbie doll....
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"One day it will have to be officially admitted that what we have christened reality is an even greater illusion than the world of dreams." - Salvador Dali I have a penchant for Surrealist art and particularly the way in which the definite line between dreams and reality is blurred. I remember studying Surrealism at school and deconstructing Salvador Dali's melting clocks. In 2006 I visited the Tate Modern in London and viewed Surrealism: Desire Unbound. My favourite...
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The National Art Centre, Tokyo is the newest addition to Tokyo's art scene, so much so that some guidebooks fail to give it a mention. The postmodern building opened in Jan '07. Its futuristic-looking with glass paneled walls snaking around the building in a continuous wave. The UFO like main entrance welcomes you inside.