Planning the Ultimate Trip to London

In response to Contest 13: An eLearning Guide to Summer Fun I created a travel guide for all the places I want to visit in London (and the surrounding areas).  As you’ll see on the “Why London?” page this trip has been a dream of mine since 1996. (Please don’t judge me on the dorkiness!) I included a timeline, variables, web window showing google maps, link, images and information for the things I want to see, eat, and shop. If I missed anything that you think I should include please be sure to leave a comment.

Lectora Online users: PKG is included as an attached file.

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    1. Profile photo of Jennifer Valley
      Jennifer Valley Post author

      Yes! I feel like the Warner Bro’s attraction has taken that off quite a few people’s lists since there’s a picture opportunity where you can push your cart into a wall that’s labeled 9 3/4’s.

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    Stephen Taylor

    like the web windows pointing to Google maps Wish I’d thought of that for my contribution.
    Another place to visit could be Alexandra Palace in North London. It’s a bit further out but has spectacular views across London – and was were the first TV broadcasts were made.

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      Jennifer Valley Post author

      Good to know! I forget about web windows all the time. They’re handy for including a lot of content like Google Maps or company websites and intranet content!

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    Andy Lockwood

    Seriously thought out! I like that we can track your own media history with London before we get in-depth with everything.

    On an aside, if you haven’t seen Spaced (BBC series with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost) I cannot recommend it enough.

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