Lone Star: A Visitor's Guide to London
Section One Study Questions
London's busy entertainment district and home to Leicester Square.
Home of the Rosetta Stone and other important artifacts and works of art.
Home to British parliament and the clock tower with the bell Big Ben.
New Palace of Westminster
Special church where coronations and other important events take place, including royal weddings.
Shakespeare's original Globe Theater was in this area of London and many plays are performed there today.
Half of parliament, red, houses the monarch's throne.
House of Lords
Half of parliament, green, where the day-to-day business of government takes place.
House of Commons
London home of the monarchs.
World's tallest observation wheel.
Home of Nelson's column and the National Gallery museum.
Oldest park in London.
St. James's Park
The Queen's 900-year-old weekend home.
Official home of the Prime Minister.
Famous domed church designed by Sir Christopher Wren, built as a replacement for the cathedral lost in the 1666 London fire.
The national beverage of London, replacing ale, traditionally enjoyed at 4 o'clock.
Document used to show citizenship for travel between countries.
Nicknames for London's subway system.
The Tube, Underground, Metro, etc.
Reasons the Thames Tunnel is significant.
World's first underground tunnel, etc.
What is found at Madame Tussad's?
Name forms of public transportation used in London.
Taxi cabs, hackney carriages, double-decker buses, subway system, etc.
Besides six ravens, name things found in the Tower of London.
Crown jewels, apartments, prison cells, torture chambers, (ghosts?)...
Name London's largest airport.
Popular foods enjoyed in London include:
Fish and chips, bangers and mash, toad in the hole....
One pound sterling =
One hundred pence (form of British currency)
How does traveling between time zones effect people?
Causes desynchronosis, insomnia, tiredness...