I need some information of the tourist hightlights in London, especially some high end, decent and famous restaurants in London
That is what the internet is for....buttfuckit - ill give you some tips:
For Food or High Tea I recommend:
1) Fortnum & Mason (next to the Ritz at Green Park)
2) Browns Hotel on Albemarle St,
4) The Dorchester
5) The Royal Horseguards Hotel
6) The Savoy
7) The Stafford
8) The Goring
9) The Milestone
There are others.....................but those spring from memory as good.
or small towns around London from where certain Olympic games are orignated, etc.
dunno what you mean by etc and cant think of any English Olympic games off the top of my head...but tourists like:
2) Stratford On Avon
like the English language we also inherited their trashy nature and smug attitudes.
though sadly, none of their class, culture, taste, refinement, nuance, magnanimity, grace, nobility, virtue or humility ;)
In my life as a dual citizen, my tender heart torn twixt transatlantic turbulence, I have noticed that though Britain has its fair share of scum, nothing vexes the American male more than the presence of a refined English gentleman. They simply do not know
how to handle a situation where their usual brash approach to confrontation is rendered impotent by the collected calm and knowing superiority of the Brit. They find it incredibly unsettling to have to share a space with a being so obviously and thoroughly
superior to them, particularly resenting the way that they cant help but appear childish in comparison.
They say that to be born an Englishman is to win the lottery of life.