Rain can't stop fans from coming to worship. A long queue. Listening to the doorman said that every day, it is not because the people in the rain did not come out, so a long line was saved. To ensure your experience, there are only 60 people in it. Tip: First buy tickets, then queue up. Tickets for 15 pounds a person, just in the gift shop, catch up with the crowd, the line to buy tickets also have to wait for a long time. In order not to lose money, I spent the afternoon in the rain. I bought myself a Holmes Bear. Later, I found that the magnifying glass in his hand was really a magnifying glass. I thought it was the same thing. Immediately it feels like it's worth it. Museum and film inside the same, in fact, is to see a mood: line up and wait for 70 minutes, the rain has not stopped for a minute. Fortunately, there is a bookstore next to me. I went in and read books. Suddenly, I found that there was a special area for selling books that I couldn't understand. This is the biggest change I found in London. Next to it is a Beatles franchise, which is also about the products and surroundings of this great band. People who like Beatles will be more satisfied.
How can you come to London without going to Baker Street? The surrounding streets are very retro scenery. Next to the former residence is the Holmes Museum. There are all kinds of things used by Holmes and some small puzzles. The former residence needs to be consumed in the museum in order to get admission qualifications. It is also a disguised ticket. Anyway, I have to go to roll-up powder!!!
Baker Street in London is named in memory of the builder William Baker. Baker Street is just one section of London A41. From Regent Park in the south to Wigmore Street in the north, the street is not long. The buildings on both sides of the street are distinctive. There are many ancient buildings. The famous Holmes Museum, Madame Tussauds Wax Museum and Regent Park are all on this road.
Early in the morning we headed straight for the famous Baker Street. Holmes Panziqi, one of the strongest brains, said his next wish was to go to England to see the Premier League and walk down Baker Street. We watched the Premier League and came to Baker Street. How lucky are we? There are benches like this in the Baker Street subway station. The color layout is very carefully and casually, which is very tasty.
Baker Street was designed by Edward Berkeley Portman at the end of the 18th century and named after his friend Edward Baker. Baker Street is famous for the Shylock Holmes created by Conan Doyle who lives here. Surrounded by various gentlemen's gift shops and high-end wedding dress shops, metro lines are accessible.