Michael - Thanks for this great visual overview of London sites for sight-seeing. I really like how (through the Big Ben segment at least) you tied together a logical walking tour between the sites. Your transitions between sites is very good with typical views of either the next or previous site so the viewer can see how they’re geographically related. This makes for a nice feel that you wouldn’t get from a sight-seeing guide book. I also like how you incorporate suggestions for interesting photo angles, point out those views and accesses that are free, and especially the viewpoints from atop building that give great panoramas of London. We spent 2 full days and nights in London in December before a cruise; we were based in a Belgravia due to its proximity to Victoria Coach (bus to/from ship and airport) as well as an exhibition (King Tut) and play we wanted to see. We still managed to fit in a visit to Kensington Palace, walk through the park and a bus tour of the Christmas lights. It was a packed couple of days.That was my third trip to London, last about 15 years ago, but the two days were enough to entice us back for a city stay, in which case your course will be a great source of info!
I enjoyed this trip through London. I likely won't ever get a chance to go, its nice to have people walk you through some of the most popular locations. I hope he will do more virtual tours.
Yes this class is a good match. Thank you for making it!