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LONDON CALLING! FREE TO ENTER CONTEST ~ $50 PRIZE ~ CLOSES 2-3-10

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  1. belgamo

    belgamo No Deposit Forum Founder

    [​IMG][video=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1N27phf3ds]-- Edited by Mben on Monday 18th of January 2010 02:32:35 PM
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  2. SPADEAHOLIC

    SPADEAHOLIC Thinks Too Much

    RE: LONDON CALLING! Free to Enter Contest, $50 prize

    Hello? Are we speaking with? click Hello? click  see he keeps hanging there must be somone else there besides your wife
  3. givennsz

    givennsz BINGO MOMMA

    RE: LONDON CALLING! Free to Enter Contest, $50 prize

    Battersea Power Station my lucky numbers are 9301 thanks
  4. givennsz

    givennsz BINGO MOMMA

    RE: LONDON CALLING! Free to Enter Contest, $50 prize

    Battersea Power Station East of Battersea Park rises the striking silhouette of one of London's landmarks: Battersea Power Station. Built at the beginning of the 1930s, the power station is no longer in operation and is now preserved as an example of industrial architecture."
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    my lucky numbers is 9301 thanks"
  5. SPADEAHOLIC

    SPADEAHOLIC Thinks Too Much

    RE: LONDON CALLING! Free to Enter Contest, $50 prize

    Cleopatras Needle [​IMG]4161
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  6. davidkohcg

    davidkohcg THEME PARK PLAYER

    RE: LONDON CALLING! Free to Enter Contest, $50 prize

    Royal Botanic Gardens.Founded in 1761 and covering 288 acres, the Gardens at Kew contain living collections of more than 40,000 varieties of plants, seven spectacular glasshouses and two art galleries, along with a Japanese rock garden. Open all year, closing depends on sunset. "
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    My lucky number is #2010."
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    Thank you!"
  7. SPADEAHOLIC

    SPADEAHOLIC Thinks Too Much

    RE: LONDON CALLING! Free to Enter Contest, $50 prize

    didn't know that bridge was still in London Mben
  8. laurab

    laurab NEW MEMBER

    RE: LONDON CALLING! Free to Enter Contest, $50 prize

    The Tower of London - Overlooks the river at the eastern boundary of the old city walls. Chiefly famous as a place of imprisonment and execution, it has variously been used as a royal residence, an armoury, a mint, a menagerie, an observatory and - a function it still serves - a safe-deposit box for the Crown Jewels."
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    lucky number 1216 :)"
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    Thanx...Laura B
  9. unsoughtpoet

    unsoughtpoet WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    RE: LONDON CALLING! Free to Enter Contest, $50 prize

    My London Calling would have to be .....  the only place in which all four Beatles ever lived together!   London [​IMG] 1963 57 Green Street Flat L, 4th floor, Mayfair, London W1 When the Beatles first began spending time in London, they stayed in hotels - first the Royal Court in Sloane Square and then the President in Russell Square - but it soon became necessary for them to find something in the capital that they could call 'home'. Around early September 1963 they all moved into Flat L at 57 Green Street, it was the only place in which all four Beatles ever lived together. Word soon spread amongst fans and, with Beatlemania now in full swing, they mounted an almost permanent surveillance outside the front door. John left by the end of November 1963 to live with wife Cynthia and baby Julian in their own flat elsewhere. Paul then moved into the family home of his girlfriend Jane Asher, George and Ringo are then thought to have switched to a different flat in the same Green Street building.My Lucky pick #9...#9....#9....#9   [​IMG]  na,..really it's # 4136
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  10. krystalkitty

    krystalkitty Greedy Gambler

    RE: LONDON CALLING! Free to Enter Contest, $50 prize

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    CHANGING FOR THE GUARD AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE"
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    For a display of British pomp and ceremony, watch the Changing the Guard ceremony outside Buckingham Palace. This is where 1 member of Queen's Guards exchanges duty with the previous guard. Both guards are dressed in traditional red tunics and bearskin hats, and the ceremony is set to music."
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    I choose lucky number: 6168
  11. rebago

    rebago WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    RE: LONDON CALLING! Free to Enter Contest, $50 prize

    Speakers Corner is said to be one of the most famous places on earth, symbolizing democracy in the world. If you like empty places, Speakers Corner is the place to be!I am hoping this is obscure lol#3333
  12. claylord

    claylord MEMBER

    RE: LONDON CALLING! Free to Enter Contest, $50 prize

    The River Thames is the second longest river in the United Kingdom and the longest river entirely in England, rising at Thames Head in Gloucestershire, and flowing into the North Sea at the Thames Estuary. It has a special significance in flowing through London, the capital of the United Kingdom, although London only includes a short part of its course. The river is tidal in London with a rise and fall of 7 metres (23 ft) and becomes non-tidal at Teddington Lock. The catchment area covers a large part of South Eastern and Western England and the river is fed by over 20 tributaries. The river contains over 80 islands, and having both seawater and freshwater stretches supports a variety of wildlife.The river has supported human activity from its source to its mouth for thousands of years providing habitation, water power, food and drink. It has also acted as a major highway both for international trade through the Port of London, and internally along its length and connecting to the British canal system. The rivers strategic position has seen it at the centre of many events and fashions in British history, earning it a description by John Burns as Liquid History. It has been a physical and political boundary over the centuries and generated a range of river crossings. In more recent time the river has become a major leisure area supporting tourism and pleasure outings as well as the sports of rowing, sailing, skiffing, kayaking, and punting. The river has had a special appeal to writers, artists, musicians and film-makers and is well represented in the arts. It is still the subject of various debates about its course, nomenclature and history. 
  13. claylord

    claylord MEMBER

    RE: LONDON CALLING! Free to Enter Contest, $50 prize

    Forgot to add my Number: 8563
  14. Felicie

    Felicie WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    RE: LONDON CALLING! Free to Enter Contest, $50 prize

    Heathrow Airport located in the London Borough of Hillingdon, is the world's busiest airport in terms of .......'flights of fancy begin in the departure area'    Ok so give me a break.  The closest I ever got to London was sitting in Heathrow for 2 hours on our way home from Spain.  We did however enjoy the [​IMG] presence of Rod Stewart on our flight back to L.A. so there ya go, 'a flight of fancy....'  :) #3699         [​IMG]CCG & Rod Stewart !
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  15. kkessler

    kkessler New York Gambler

    RE: LONDON CALLING! Free to Enter Contest, $50 prize

    [​IMG]Come and experience the majesty and glory of St. Pauls Cathedral, its iconic dome dominates the London skyline. Built between 1675 and 1710, St Pauls Cathedral is widely considered to be crowning achievement of the glittering career of Sir Christopher Wren. The Whispering Gallery at this London cathedral is famous for its acoustics and is 30 metres above the cathedral floor, while below, in the elegant and spacious crypt, are the tombs and memorials of such historical luminaries as Admiral Lord Nelson and the Duke Of Wellington #4629
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  16. cat034

    cat034 KITTY CAT 034

    RE: LONDON CALLING! Free to Enter Contest, $50 prize

    lucky numbers 2756 - Chinatown - Located in between Leicester Square and Shaftesbury Avenue, is a self-contained jumble of shops, cafes and restaurants that makes up one of London`s [​IMG]most distinct and popular ethnic enclaves. Gerrard Street, Chinatown`s main drag, has been endowed with ersatz touches - telephone kiosks rigged out as pagodas and fake Oriental gates - and few of a London`s 80,000 Chinese actually live in the three small blocks of Chinatown. The Chinese New Year celebrations, instigated here in 1973, are a community-based affair, drawing in thousands of Chinese for the Sunday nearest to New Year`s Day (late Jan or early Feb). Huge papier-mache lions dance through the streets of London to a cacophony of fireworks devouring cabbages hung from the upper floors by strings pinned with money. <a href="http://hotelaccommodation.at/LondonForFun?CTY=43&DURL=http://www.hotels.co.uk/hotel-united-kingdom/hotel-london/leicester-square-hotel-london/" >Hotels near Chinatown</a>
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  17. msfilly

    msfilly WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    RE: LONDON CALLING! Free to Enter Contest, $50 prize

    [​IMG] Buckingham Palace It is one of the most popular landmarks in London. It is the London home of the royal british family The 600 room palace is surrounded by a 40 acre garden.40,000 tulips are planted each year in front of Buckingham palace.My #4284
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  18. foxyfemfatal

    foxyfemfatal Banned

    RE: LONDON CALLING! Free to Enter Contest, $50 prize

    [​IMG] London Eye - Based on the bank of the River Thames near Waterloo Station this is a spectacle well worth a visit. This London attraction will blow your mind away. Basically it is the biggest observation wheel in the world, hence its name. It will, over 30 minutes, make a full circle and thus give you a splendid view of London.2442
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  19. foxyfemfatal

    foxyfemfatal Banned

    RE: LONDON CALLING! Free to Enter Contest, $50 prize

    HMMMMMMMMMMM that Bridge in picture bel? Hate to tell you isn't in London anymore [​IMG]
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  20. Mben

    Mben No Deposit Forum Admin Staff Member

    RE: LONDON CALLING! Free to Enter Contest, $50 prize

     
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  21. unrated

    unrated NEW MEMBER

    RE: LONDON CALLING! Free to Enter Contest, $50 prize

    The British Museum is a museum of human history and culture situated in London. Its collections, which number more than seven million objects,<sup class="reference"> </sup> are amongst the largest and most comprehensive in the world and originate from all continents, illustrating and documenting the story of human culture from its beginning to the present.<sup>I pick 3532 [​IMG]</sup>
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  22. computerchicknicole

    computerchicknicole WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    The Churchill Museum"
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    The Churchill Museum uses cutting-edge technology and multimedia displays to bring the exciting story of Winston Churchill to life. From Churchills childhood to his finest hour and later years, visitors not only learn more about his political exploits but also his private life, successes and failures."
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    Central to the Museum is the state-of-the-art Lifeline exhibit a 15-metre-long interactive table on which visitors can access information from every year of Churchills life, even drilling down to specific weeks and days. The Lifeline puts key events in Churchills life in context and engages users through a variety of animations and sounds."
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    Housed within the Cabinet War Rooms, admission to the Churchill Museum is included with tickets to the Cabinet War Rooms"
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    Lucky number 4043
  23. Mben

    Mben No Deposit Forum Admin Staff Member

    Thank you all for these great entries!"
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    Are there anymore great attractions in London that other members can get their entries in with?"
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  24. SPADEAHOLIC

    SPADEAHOLIC Thinks Too Much

    The London Underground(The Tube), Waterloo, HMS Belfast, Big Ben. Shall I go on?  [​IMG]
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  25. mixx

    mixx Banned

    London's Tower Bridge</h2><img class="right" src="http://static.visitlondon.com/assets/attractions/culture/icons_tower_bridge.jpg" title="Tower Bridge. Copyright Britain on View" width="174" height="131" alt="icons_tower_bridge.jpg" />It's a spectacular bridge built in the late Victorian era. Tower Bridge is truly magnificent! It's great to see the bridge open to let ships through, which happens more often than you'd think; around 900 times a year. Walking across the bridge, you see the amazing views of London, although it can get quite windy. It really gives you a sense of old London. For me, it's the ultimate London icon.*8259*
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  26. darmac

    darmac MEMBER

    SEA LIFE London Aquarium"
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    The SEA LIFE London Aquarium is home to one of Europe's largest collections of global marine life and the jewel in the crown of the 28 SEA LIFE attractions in the UK and Europe. Situated in the heart of London, the experience takes visitors on an immersive and interactive journey along the Great Oceanic Conveyor."
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    Ty for the contest: 3177
  27. peteyweestro

    peteyweestro FANTASY FOOTBALL GUY

    I am going to say that one of the biggest London attractions for tourists is the double decker bus tours, not only do you get the experience of riding in an authentic red double decker, it takes you around the city and shows you all the major highlights and some not so major that a person would really be amiss if they missed seeing them while in London, like the Tower that has all the torture devices in it and some famous fish and chips pubs  buckingham palace...so you see the buses are the way to gomy numbers are  6083[​IMG]
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  28. timetowin

    timetowin NEW MEMBER

    Vinopolis - City of Wine - 1 Bank End, Bankside, SE1. Take tube to London Bridge. Dedicated to the pleasures of good food and drink, visitors can spend an afternoon sampling and learning about wine and spirits from around the world. Vinopolis Classic package includes a tour, 5 wine tasting tokens and the chance to sample a perfectly prepared Bombay Sapphire cocktail. Upgraded packages offer guests the chance to sample a variety of other unusual wines and spirits from around the world or have an introduction into the secrets of wine tasing. Also Handicapped accessable [​IMG]Lucky Number 2682
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  29. Mben

    Mben No Deposit Forum Admin Staff Member

    50 Big Ones up for grabs folks!! "
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    Anymore attractions that you can think of that can get you an entry into this FREE contest?
  30. ladyceltic

    ladyceltic WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    Designed by Robert Adam and built between 1771 and 1778, Apsley House on Hyde Park Corner is one of the most magnificent of Londons grand houses. The house is best known as the home of the Duke of Wellington after his retirement from a dazzling military career that culminated in his historic victory over Napoleon at Waterloo in 1815.Wellington enlarged Apsley House during his residency and enriched it with his magnificent art collection featuring wonderful paintings (including works from Goya, Rubens and Brueghel), porcelain, silver, sculpture, furniture and medals many of which were presented to him by grateful sovereigns in recognition of his military success.[​IMG]
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