Are there more meaningful reasons to adore London? In the video above I explore 24 reasons to love London. My reasons aren’t superficial, but ones you can’t really see or capture with a camera. Do you get a feeling when you are in London?
My List of 24 Meaningful Reasons To Love London
:: It’s a city of infinite possibilities.
:: You don’t have to travel far to see a famous landmark.
:: London gives you the freedom to be who you are and be what you want to be.
:: London IS the universe and you’re in the middle of it.
:: The remarkable feeling of walking over the Thames River at night.
:: The contrast between old and new; what came before and the future.
:: The buzz and the endless energy of London.
:: There are stories and history at every turn you take in London.
:: Sometimes being in London is like walking around in a movie.
:: There are endless creative opportunities in London.
:: The Royal Family (i’m not convinced of this one).
:: No matter how long you’ve been in London, there is always a new place to discover.
:: There are monuments to everything that ever happened in London.
:: Culturally, London is a mecca. You’re blessed with culture no matter where you go.
:: London is as international as it is British.
:: When you’re in London, you can choose a life of adventure.
:: You’ll never be bored in London even if you have nothing to do.
:: London welcome eccentricity.
:: Old London architecture is some of the finest in the world. The verdict is out regarding modern buildings.
:: There are quiet spots to escape to amongst the hustle and bustle.
:: When you’re in London, you imagination expands beyond comprehension.
:: Whether or not you like The Shard, it does have stunning views you shouldn’t miss.
:: London’s double-decker buses are not only iconic, but they’re cool.
:: We might loathe the London Underground, but it’s a marvel of engineering.
I can easily say everything I learned I learned from London. This city opened my eyes and broadened my way of thinking. During university days, I saw two men kissing in Earl’s Court Road outside the Underground Station. I had never seen this before in public. You can imagine my fascination with this public display. Multiple languages, different dress styles and a freedom of expression far surpassed anything I’d experienced elsewhere.
Museums, theatre and even store windows inspired me to learn more and explore creativity beyond what I thought I was capable of achieving. London taught me to push myself further, test my limits and stretch them to new heights.
The American in me says I can be anything I want to be. London taught me I will be anything I want and not care what others think. London touched me at an early age and continues to do so today.
24 Reasons to Love London. What are your reasons to love London?