18 London Landmarks That Are Actually Really Crap
For your own sake, avoid these tourist traps.
Primrose Hill: "The hill is not that high."
Tate Modern: "It looked like some people messing up white background."
Royal Albert Hall: "The toilets are awfully smelly."
Regent's Park: "A dead and depressing landscape sparsely interspersed with trees and greenery."
London Eye: "Worst than tooth extract or eating an raw onion."
V&A Museum: "It seems to be a collection of random items that are laid out poorly."
HMS Belfast: "When I saw it, it needed a fresh coat of paint."
Hyde Park: "Trees tortured into regiments, spaced outrageously far apart."
Tower of London: "How about letting the public fondle the crown jewels? After all we, the British taxpayer, paid for them."
National Gallery: "The parsnip soup needed 2 sachets of both salt and pepper to bring out the flavour."
Big Ben: "It's not more than a huge clock."
Tower Bridge: "Maybe if you are rich enough and really into bridges and do not own a library card or a computer."
Natural History Museum: "There's dust on everything."
Kensington Gardens: "There were signs of algae in the fountain ponds."
Nelson's Column: "His head is covered in pigeon faeces."
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre: "You could have easily learned as much using the Internet."
Houses of Parliament: "It's just a big house where the royales live."
Buckingham Palace: "Actually quite a big dissapointment. Gave one extra star just because the Queen deserves some respect."
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