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  • Hithis is Crown

  • Today I'll be sharing 10 things I learnt from England

  • Hi guys,I'm back

  • You didn't hear my laughter at the last episode

  • It's kinda weird right

  • It's so quiet and feels kinda strang

  • (no no no)

  • Guess you just found out how important I am

  • Actually another YouTuber was also invited to England with me

  • He's my friend @tessereq

  • Thanks to him,I finally get to go to my dream country - England

  • The main purpose is to go to YouTube Space London

  • and shoot a secret film

  • It is about a a scene from a film that'll be released soon

  • Take a guess !

  • It's a secretso I can't tell you guys now

  • It'll be uploaded to @tessereq's channel

  • I'll put the link over here later

  • Sleepy Crown will also take a part in that film

  • Today, I'll be introducing

  • 10 things I learnt during my stay in England

  • Here we go

  • You need to stay longer in England

  • England's time is 8 hours slower than Taiwan's

  • and we spent more than 15 hours on the plane

  • We transfer at Thailand in between

  • Because of jet lat

  • I'm still super jet-lagged right naowww

  • So dizzy

  • Minus the time spent on flightswe only spent 3 days here

  • We went straight to work on the first day

  • We didn't went sightseeing until it's done

  • At first,I thought we'll be able to visit many places

  • So I bought this London Pass

  • It gives you free access to more than 60 popular spots

  • You can save time from waiting in line as well as entrance fees

  • This three-day London Pass cost 100 pounds

  • But I only used it for Tower of London

  • and London Bridge

  • So it's kinda lame

  • If you're there for a short time, I recommend not buying it

  • After getting into Tower of London

  • There are lots of theme architectures you still need to wait in line

  • so actually you spent lots of time waiting

  • As for London Eye

  • It's not included in London Pass

  • It took so long buying the ticket and waiting for the ride

  • Finallyyou'll spent 30 mins on the Ferris Wheel

  • If you don't have enough timeyou'll be literally just browsing

  • The transportation also consumes lots of time

  • You'll have an extremely tight schedule if you don't have a handful of time

  • It's a shame that I didn't have the chance to visit St. Paul’s Cathedral

  • I also missed Westminster Abbey's opening hours

  • I only took a picture outside of it,I'll definitely visit these places the next time

  • You need to pay for public toilets

  • You need to pay to go to toilets in London

  • Like toilets in the subway stationstrain station and even the one beside London Eye

  • You need to pay 30 pence to use them

  • It's approximately 10 NTD

  • But if they are toilets inside the tourist attractions

  • like the Tower of London or Tower Bridge

  • You don't need to pay in addition to entrance fee

  • I'm not really that surprised

  • Because when I visited Europeyou also need to pay for using toilets

  • Taiwan is really convenient

  • Musicals and operas are very popular

  • In London, wherever you are, you can buy musical or opera tickets

  • There are a lot of ads promoting them as well

  • Like in the subwaythere are numerous ads

  • On both sides of the escalator

  • more than half of them are musical related

  • It's also very easy to buy those tickets

  • You can get them around the MRT or plaza

  • The subway it's kinda different

  • In Englandsubway is called underground

  • which is literally underground

  • It's nickname's Tube

  • and train is called overground

  • cuz it's literally over the ground

  • I bought the London Pass with Oyster Card

  • which is their pass for subway

  • Oyster is 牡蠣,it's said that it got the name

  • because oysters produce and protect pearls

  • this card will also protect something you value, which is money

  • Because London is a large place, you have to walk for a long time

  • Like when you're changing another underground route

  • You can eat and drink in underground

  • there are two types of carriages

  • the big one is similar to Taiwan's MRT

  • the small one is really "cozy"

  • basically there's only a person's space between you and the guy who sits opposite of you

  • so it's reallyreally small. The sign even says

  • Please keep feet off seats

  • and the thing that bothers me is that

  • Though they have elevators and escalators

  • but they don't reach every floor

  • so when you have to carry you luggages

  • up and downyour hands will break

  • Fish and Chips three days in a row

  • the must-eat in England

  • is the famous Fish and Chips,炸魚薯條!

  • I've never eaten them in taiwanbut once in Macau

  • This time,I finally had Fish and Chips in England

  • They tasted like... Fish and Chips XD

  • but the fish is really soft without fishbones

  • and the Chips are fat ones

  • The store I had is at Tower of London

  • There are saltspeppers and mayonnaise

  • You can add as much as you want

  • Ray asked me why

  • I kept eating only Fish and Chips

  • I was like

  • It's good, and not oily

  • One time @tessereq ordered Burger and Chips

  • They didn't taste good

  • Glad I didn't order them

  • No convenience store

  • There are no 7-11s in England

  • The only thing that can be seen as one

  • Is a store in King's Cross Station

  • called WHsmith

  • once you enteredyou'll see five rows and a L-shaped drink section

  • The first two rows are books and magazinesand then chocolates and candies

  • and the last row is potato chips

  • There are so many kinds of chocolatewanna take 'em all home

  • They look so tastyenvvvyyyyyy

  • Here's a surprising factthere's no instant noodle

  • WTH no instant noodle,I feel bad for English suddenly

  • and their sandwich sounds really amazing

  • but how their taste are hmmm kinda boring

  • you can check out by yourselfjust scan the code

  • It's like returning books in a library

  • and then you put money insideits so new and fun

  • English are friendly

  • this may be really subjective

  • But I think they are pretty hospitable

  • Especially at the underground,I've been cared twice

  • The first timeis on the first's day's night

  • I felt pretty uncomfy on my way back to the hotel

  • Maybe it was because I was walking slowly

  • or my face was pale

  • A girl suddenly came up to me and

  • She looked at me with concern and said "Are you alright?"

  • She didn't leave until I saidYeah, thanks

  • The second time is when we are dragging our luggages

  • A guy suddenly appeared from my left and said

  • "Let me help you with that."

  • And took the luggage downstair

  • I admit I was a little afraid then

  • My friend told me be careful with handsome English men

  • So I kept thinking that was he trying to rob my luggage

  • luckily he didn't took it away

  • The architectures are really nice

  • England's architectures are all super nice

  • Most of them are elegant and mignificent

  • and those that aren't tourist attractions also have a consistent style

  • It's perfectly balanced between delicacy and beauty. Like our hotel

  • It's at King’s Cross St.

  • only minutes away from Pancras Station

  • St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel

  • It's a classic Victorian style

  • Buckingham Palace is packed with people

  • When we first arrived at Green Park Station

  • we saw a lot of people moving in the same direction

  • we didn't know what was happening

  • until we saw Buckingham Palace

  • People basically filled every blank space

  • It's like new year countdown

  • We soon find out it's the guard mounting ceremony

  • Because there are so many people, we kept walking

  • hoping to find an open spot

  • We arrived there around 11, all the good seats have been occupied

  • So I suggest those who wanna see itshould go there before ten thirty

  • It starts at 11

  • Because I'm the shortest

  • I can barely see anything