can anyone guess where this is ? it’s a london landmark which costs 2 of your english earth-pounds to go in
greenwich? – but what are earth-pounds? have air pounds as well?
earth pounds are one of the many currency used on earth (as opposed to any other planet)
St. Paul’s maybe?
it’s a famous monument …
is it london bridge? the one with the towers? does it have an official name? or the tower of london? those are my guesses, sadly i realize i don’t know very much about london any more.
Is it inside the Queen’s left ear?
is it “Monument”? as in circle line, district line and central line!
well worth the climb if it is or isn’t – and you get a certificate for your small payment!
well done Van, it is the Monument.
i’m glad you guessed correctly as i can now post my photos from the top and explain a bit more tomorrow
michelle – it’s called Tower Bridge, but it isn’t (see above comment).
i like how you say you don’t know much about london any more – Tower Bridge and the Tower of London don’t change very much. And the monument has been up for a few hundred years (built from 1671 to commemorate the Great Fire of London and rebuilding the City.