时间  7小时 33分钟

航迹点数 7945

上传日期 2016年2月29日

记录日期 二月 2016

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邻近 Waterloo, England (United Kingdom)

Bank side - Southbank - Whitechapel - La City

CONSIDERACIONES

Llegamos a Londres por Stansted airport.
Estuvimos hospedados en el Hotel Novotel Blackfriars. Buen hotel, bien atendidos y bien comunicado. Dos minutos de la Estación de Blackfriars Station y a 5 de la Estación Waterloo.
Itinerario realizada con una niña de 6 años, ciertamente adaptado a ella.
El itinerario ocupa todo el día.
En el Itinerario hay Waypoints que marcan donde tomamos el metro y la dirección.
Cualquier duda intentaré resolverla en los comentarios.

CONSIDERATIONS

We arrived at London Stansted Airport.
We were staying at the Hotel Novotel Blackfriars. Good hotel, well served and well connected. Two minutes from the Blackfriars Station and 5 from Waterloo Station.
Itinerary made with a 6 year old girl, certainly adapted to it.
The itinerary takes all day.
In the itinerary there Waypoints that mark where we took the subway and destination.
I try to resolve any questions in the comments.

ITINERARY

Hotel Novotel Blackfriars (we were staying here)
Christ Church Southwark
Blackfriars Bridge Railway Station
Tate Modern
Shakespeare's Globe
Hope Theatre
The Clink Prison Museum in Clink Street
Winchester Palace
The Golden Hinde
Catedral De Southwark
Old Operating Theatre Museum & Herb Garret
King's College London
The Shard
Hay's Galleria
Hms Belfast
The Scoop
City Hall
Tower Bridge
London Tower
Traitor's Gate
Tower Hill
Great Tower Street
St Dunstan-In-The-East
The Monument London
Underground to Brick Lane
Café En Aldgate Coffee House
Angel Alley
White Heart Pub
The Frying Pan Pub
Brick Lane
Second crime Annie Chapman
Old Spitalfields Market
Breakfast At Old Spitalfields Market
Take Underground to St Paul's
St Paul's Cross
St Paul's Cathedral
Oldest Statue In London
Temple Church
Royal Courts of Justice
Clement Danes
Aldwych Aka Strand Station
Number 10 Adam Street, The Strand
Savoy Place
Cleopatra's Needle
Royal Festival Hall
National Theatre
Cena En Jamboree - Festood Festival

BONUS (Curious things near our itinerary)
Millennium Bridge
The London Stone
The Ten Bells Pub

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Buen hotel y muy bien situado a dos minutos de la Estación Blackfriars y a cinco de Waterloo Station. Limpio, Cómodo y amigable
http://www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-modern
http://www.shakespearesglobe.com/
Hope Theatre
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The Hope Theatre was one of the theatres built in and around London for the presentation of plays in English Renaissance theatre, comparable to the Globe, the Curtain, the Swan, and other famous theatres of the era.

The Hope was built in 1613–14 by Philip Henslowe and a partner, Jacob Meade, on the site of the old Beargarden on the Bankside in Southwark, on the south side of the River Thames — at that time, outside the legal bounds of the City of London. Henslowe had had a financial interest in the Beargarden (the ring for bear-baiting and similar "animal sports") since 1594; on August 29, 1613 he contracted with the carpenter Gilbert Katherens to tear down the Beargarden, and to build a theatre in its place, for a fee of £360. (After the Hope was built, it was often still called the "Beargarden" in common parlance and in the extant documentary record.)

Construction was slow, taking over a year. The Hope may have been delayed because the Globe was being rebuilt at the same time — it had burned down on June 29, 1613 — and two such large jobs, done simultaneously, may have taxed the personnel and resources of the "construction industry" of Southwark, such as it was at the time. (The Hope was located just to the northwest of the Globe, so that the two projects could have competed directly for men and materiel.) Also, the Hope was likely a more complex construction job, since it was designed as a dual-purpose facility from the start. The contract calls for a::''Plaiehouse fitt & convenient in all thinges, bothe for players to playe in, and for the game

So, the Hope would have required facilities for keeping animals that the Globe did not need.

Because Henslowe's original contract with Katherens survives, we know something about the specifics of the construction of the Hope, more so than for other theatres of the period. The contract states that the Hope must be built according to the pattern of the Swan, with two staircases on the outside, and the "heavens" built over the stage, without posts or supports on the stage to disrupt the audience's view — a somewhat different concept from current ideas about the theatres of the period. (The Hope's stage had to be removable, to make room for the "Beares and Bulls.")

The Hope was completed and opened to the public in October 1614. On October 31, Ben Jonson's Bartholomew Fair was acted in the Hope by the Lady Elizabeth's Men. In the printed text of his play, Jonson describes the Hope as being "as dirty as Smithfield and stinking every whit" — Smithfield being the district of London dominated by the livestock market and slaughterhouses.

On Henslowe's death in 1616, his son-in-law Edward Alleyn inherited Henslowe's share in the Hope, which Alleyn then leased to Meade. The Hope remained an active facility for the coming decades. In its early years the Hope was used more for playing than animal baiting — the days devoted to dramas outnumbered those devoted to animal sports by three to one. Lady Elizabeth's Men were joined by Prince Charles's Men around 1615; when the Lady Elizabeth's company left to tour the provinces in 1616, Prince's Charles's Men remained for another three years. Yet the mix of the two activities was never easy, and the actors grew more unhappy with the arrangements at the Hope as time went on. The actors left for the Cockpit Theatre in 1619, and the Hope was thereafter used for bear and bull baiting, prizefighting, fencing contests, and similar entertainments.

The Corporation of London outlawed both play-acting and bear-baiting at the start of the English Civil War in 1642. Animal sports were suppressed by the Puritan regime in 1656. The last seven surviving bears were shot to death by a company of soldiers; the dogs and the cocks kept there were also killed. (The Commonwealth commander Thomas Pride was responsible for this action; in 1680 — 24 years after the bears' deaths, and 22 years after Pride's — an anonymous satirist composed Pride's confessional Last Speech...being touched in Conscience for his inhuman Murder of the Bears in the Beargarden.)

By one (questionable) account, the Hope Theatre was "pulled down to make tenements, by Thomas Walker, a petticoat maker in Canon Street," on Tuesday, March 25, 1656. Yet the practice of animal sports resumed at the Restoration in 1660; if the Hope had been torn down, a replacement facility was soon established. The Diary of Samuel Pepys records a visit Pepys and his wife made to the Beargarden on August 14, 1666. The last word of animal sports at the facility dates from April 12, 1682. By 1714, a development called Bear Garden Square had been built on the site of the old Hope.

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The Clink Prison Museum 1 Clink St London SE1 9DG, United Kingdom +44 20 7403 0900 http://www.clink.co.uk/ http://www.clink.co.uk/history-of-the-clink.html
Winchester Palace
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Winchester Palace was a twelfth century palace, London residence of the Bishops of Winchester. It is located south of the River Thames in Southwark, near the medieval priory which today has become Southwark Cathedral.

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Winchester Palace by Wenceslas Hollar, 1660. more info: http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/winchester-palace/
http://www.goldenhinde.com/
http://cathedral.southwark.anglican.org/
http://www.the-shard.com/
Hay's Galleria
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Hay's Galleria is a major riverside tourist attraction on the Jubilee Walk in the London Borough of Southwark situated on the south bank of the River Thames.

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Hay's Galleria
View from the City (on north side of the Thames)
''The Navigators'', 1987, a sculpture by David Kemp
The Scoop
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The Scoop is an outdoor amphitheatre situated on the south side of the River Thames near Tower Bridge in London, located underneath City Hall, providing seating for approximately 800 people. It is a venue used during the summer to show films, musical performances and theatre productions by such companies as The Steam Industry and The Pantaloons. In June 2008, films shown at The Scoop included The Dam Busters, Atonement and Withnail and I. As of 2010, The Scoop has been used as a performance venue for eight years.

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The Scoop next to City Hall
http://www.galinsky.com/buildings/cityhall/
https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torre_de_Londres
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Traitors%27_Gate
Great Tower Street
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Great Tower Street is a street in the City of London. It forms an eastward continuation of Eastcheap (starting at Idol Lane) and leads towards Tower Hill. On the corner with Tower Hill is the historic church of All Hallows-by-the-Tower. A public house called the Czar's Head used to stand at No. 48, so named because Peter the Great used to drink there when he was learning ship building at Deptford (Weinreb and Hibbert 1983: 331).

The street, prior to boundary changes in 2003, formed the centre of the City ward of Tower. Today it lies mostly in Billingsgate ward.

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http://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/things-to-do/green-spaces/city-gardens/visitor-information/Pages/St-Dunstan-in-the-East.aspx
MONUMENTO AL GRAN INCENDIO DE LONDRES http://www.themonument.info/
Callejón frecuentado por las prostituas de la zona
Este es el lugar donde George Chapman, uno de los sospechosos mas importantes en la época de los crímenes, trabajaba de barbero. El arco de entrada se mantiene igual que en 1888.
13 Brick Ln. Aunque Actualmente es una casa de Curry (Shefki Balti Cuisine) en 1888 fué un Pub de donde Polly Nichols estuvo bebiendo justo antes de ser asesinada a 3/4 de milla de allí.
El cadaver de Annie Chapman apareció el 8 de Septiembre de 1888 a las 06:00 en el patio trasero de la calle Hanbury número 29.
http://www.oldspitalfieldsmarket.com/
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St Paul's Cross
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St Paul's Cross (alternative spellings - "Powles Crosse") was a preaching cross and open air pulpit in the grounds of Old St Paul's Cathedral, City of London.

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A sermon preached from St Paul's Cross in 1614 (Society of Antiquaries)
Commemorative plaque
http://londonunveiled.com/2012/05/13/oldest-statue-in-london/
http://www.templechurch.com/ https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iglesia_del_Temple_(Londres)
http://www.raf.mod.uk/stclementdanes/contactus.cfm
http://memoirsofametrogirl.com/2013/01/07/aldwych-a-visit-to-londons-lost-tube-underground-station-disused/
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/united-kingdom/england/london/galleries/Londons-secret-sights-16-more-odd-attractions-you-never-knew-were-there/
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Savoy Place is a large red brick building on the north bank of the River Thames in London, England. It is on a street called Savoy Place and Savoy Street runs along the side of the building up to the Strand. In front is the Victoria Embankment, part of the Thames Embankment. Close by are the Savoy Hotel and Waterloo Bridge. There are commanding views over to the South Bank and the London Eye.

The building is the headquarters for the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), formed from the Institution of Electrical Engineers (IEE) and the Institution of Incorporated Engineers (IIE) in 2006.

Outside the building, there is a statue of the leading Victorian scientist Michael Faraday by the Irish sculptor John Henry Foley (1818–1874).

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The former Savoy Palace.
Cleopatra's Needle Victoria Embankment London WC2N 6, United Kingdom
http://www.londonmillenniumbridge.com/
En este Pub bebían habitualmente algunas de las prostitutas que fueron víctimas de Jack y, se supone, que el mismo también visitó este mismo establecimiento. Se conserva igual que en 1888.

5则评论

  • Roy Rivera 2017-6-2

    Mind Blowing https://es.wikiloc.com/rutas-outdoor/londres-en-4-dias-y-medio-dia-1-london-in-4-days-and-half-day-1-12425365#wp-12425407/photo-7733595

  • 的照片 XAFAMONS

    XAFAMONS 2017-6-7

    a real fake.

    Regards https://es.wikiloc.com/rutas-outdoor/londres-en-4-dias-y-medio-dia-1-london-in-4-days-and-half-day-1-12425365#wp-12425407/photo-7733595

  • 的照片 Andy Riley

    Andy Riley 2017-7-15

    Superb https://es.wikiloc.com/rutas-outdoor/londres-en-4-dias-y-medio-dia-1-london-in-4-days-and-half-day-1-12425365#wp-12425407/photo-7733595

  • gugu13 2019-1-23

    Gracias por su extenso paseo por Londres. Hemos podido seguir esto prácticamente por completo. Debido a esto, ahorramos tiempo porque no tuvimos que resolver todo por nosotros mismos. Gracias de nuevo.
Hice una película de los principales lugares de interés, puede encontrarlos en YouTube, ref .: https://youtu.be/q_7vuCvnDnQ 
Quizás puedas revivir tu viaje a través de esta película.

  • 的照片 XAFAMONS

    XAFAMONS 2019-1-24

    Muchas gracias gugu13, me alegra que os haya servido mi aportación. La verdad es que hay muchas formas de visitar Londres y esta a nosotros nos gustó mucho.

    Gracias por el comentario.

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