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Jonathan Simmons 2/18/07 Professor Ramos London Some say the grass is always greener on the other side. Anyone who has traveled to another country knows that sometimes this is meant to be taken quite literally; across the ocean the grass actually is greener. My trip overseas to London had an impact on me that no place has had before. London is a magnificent city, full of life and at the same time full of history. Whether you are standing inside The National Gallery, staring at works of art of all shapes, sizes and colors, or standing inside the recreation of the Globe Theatre, staring at a stage built just the way it stood hundreds of years ago during the Victorian Age, there is no place on this planet quite like London. While it is difficult to narrow down what makes the city unique, the atmosphere and culture along with the history are quite unique; the little differences between how things happen in the States as opposed to London also made the city feel unique to me. As soon as you step off the plane you can feel it, the difference in the atmosphere.
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