July 23, 2013 | | Comments 1

London Day 3: A Walk in West End: Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus

Leicester Square is the heart of the West End entertainment district.

Leicester Square is ringed by blockbuster cinemas, fast-food places and souvenir stores. It was the home of scientist Isaac Newton.

We came upon bicycles for rent along the way.

M&M’s World in Leicester Square.

The statue of Eros at Piccadilly Circus. Eros was the Greek God of Love, a winged archer poised with his bow.

The fountain is a popular spot for people to sit on the steps to take in the giant neon billboards.

Ripley’s Believe It or Not in Piccadilly Circus.

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  1. Chi Mei Smith says:

    Hi Susanne
    It is interesting following your travel in London. I lived there for over 23 years, and I can see there are changes to the city, like the hiring of bikes.
    I hope you are enjoying your trip and many thanks for sharing your lovely photos and comments.
    Chi Mei

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