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The only road with right-hand driving in London is the entrance road to the Savoy Hotel. This hotel in the central London is one of the most famous and the one that is loved by many celebrities.
Great Ormond Street Hospital is probably the only children’s hospital in the world that owns a fairy-tale character. The author of Peter Pan, J. M. Barrie, has gifted to the hospital not only the copyright but also a special relationship with the boy who would never grow up.
One of the tallest buildings in London, the 135-meter London Eye reveals a breathtaking view of Central London and receives more visitors than the Great Pyramids of Giza and the Taj Mahal. The 32 carriages represent the 32 London boroughs, however, each pod is numbered from 1 to 33; note, that number 13 is omitted for the reason it is believed to be an unlucky number.