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Admin – “Have you ever visited mansion house? What did you think of it? Let other people know by posting your photos and writing a little review.”
TomK – “This is the best corner of London, the best traffic junction in teh country. On one corner youve got the bank of england, and the royal exchange, and then youve got this place as well -- mansion house -- with its huge columns out the front. I walk past it most days going to work in the city but I’ve only recently been inside when my cousin dragged me along on one of its tours. You get to see a lot of paintings (which bored me, to be honest) and a few old swords and stuff, but its the rooms that really impressed me. They are just as impressive as the outside. Its where they do all the public stuff and have dinners for all the bankers that you sometimes see on the news. It's probably not worth a visit on its own, but if you're in the area and you've got an hour to kill, then maybe its worth a look”
>Craig’s review of Mansion House – “I went on a tour of Mansion House today. That's the place where the Lord Mayor of London lives. You have to queue up round the side until a nice lady comes and lets you in at 2 PM.
Our tour group consisted of about 25 old people and me. And some of them were even older than old, older than the building itself. Maybe that was why the security was so lax. The security… continued”
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