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Are you planning your next trip? Then why not visit London? London is one of the most exciting cities in the world.
Sights and attractions: There are lots of things to see and do in London. Walk around the centre and see famous (1)_________ like Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. Visit the Tower of London where England’s kings and queens lived. Go to Buckingham Palace at 11:30 and (2) _________ the famous ‘Changing of the Guard’ ceremony. And don’t miss London’s art galleries and museums - 33)_________ are free to get into!
Shopping: There are over 40,000 shops in London. Oxford Street is Europe’s (4)_________ high street with over 300 shops.
Eating: With over 270 nationalities in London, you can try food from just about (5)_________ country in the world. Make sure you try the UK’s most famous dish - fish and chips!
Getting around: London has a quick underground train system (the ‘tube’ as the locals call it). There are also the famous red ‘double-decker’ buses. The tube is quicker, but you will see more of London from a bus!
Sapa is a small, (1)____ town in Lao Cai Province. It is located about 350 km northwest of Hanoi, close to the Chinese border. Here's where you'll find the Hoang Lien Son range of mountains, which includes Fan Si Pan—the country's highest peak.
This quiet Vietnamese town is home to different ethnic tribal groups. There are (2) ______ main ethnic groups in Sapa: the Hmong, Dao, Tay, Giay and Xa Pho.
The most prominent attraction in the area around Sapa is Fan Si Pan, which is (3) _______ mountain in Vietnam. It's only 19km from town. Fan Si Pan can be found in Hoang Lien National Park. The park (4) ________ a picturesque mountain landscape and several forests, and serves as the habitat for a diverse set of animals. Some species can only be found in northwest Vietnam and are highly endangered. Nature lovers will (5) _______ appreciate this park. Other attractions that are part of the Hoang Lien National Park include the Cat Cat Village and the Ta Phin Village and caves.
In Sapa town, there's a small museum and a modest cathedral. Like most rural areas in Vietnam, there are no shopping malls in Sapa. Instead, shopping takes place at markets where locals buy and sell goods.
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In Cappadocia, Turkey, there are over 200 ancient cities under the ground. Some of these cities are about three thousand years (1)________. There are secret passages between the cities. The passages are sometimes many kilometres long.
In the past, there were thousands of (2)__________ in the underground cities. There were living quarters, kitchens, shops, churches, schools and places to keep animals and food. What was the reason for these mysterious places? Three thousand years (3)_________, people were frightened of the cold winters and of the wild animals above the ground. Later, people were frightened of the Romans, and the cities were good places (4)_________.
It probably wasn't fun living for months, or even years in these dark places. There wasn't any electricity and there weren't any sports centres, stadiums or other exciting places to go. But today, Cappadocia is an (5)_________ place to visit.