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Short-term rentals in London
According to the consulting company Mercer, London tops not only the lists of popularity among tourists, but also the cost-of-living lists. In 2007 London occupied the 2nd position on said Mercer list, in 2008 finished on the 3rd, and in 2009 it progressed to the 16th position. In 2012, London is the 25th most expensive city for expatriates in the world. Living in London bears the highest cost, and apartment rentals in London present a viable alternative to hotels. Apartments in London will save you money and help you to enjoy London more.
You won't necessarily have to sacrifice the location and proximity to the attractions of London to get a decent flat or a studio apartment. Even in the most prestigious boroughs, apartment rentals in London cost less than hotelswhile providing you with more perks and comforts. Luxury London apartments are easy to find and book as well.
Choosing a short-term apartment in London means you will have a complete home all to yourself that will include a separate bedroom, a living room, a bathroom, and most importantly a fully functional kitchen.
For guests travelling with friends or family, renting a two- or three-bedroom apartment in London is much more convenient and economical than booking a hotel. Staying in an apartment for your vacation will provide you with an opportunity to spend quality time together and stay in whenever you like, instead of just using your room to sleep.
Apart from London, Sweet Home Abroad offers apartments and villas for short-term rent all over Europe and North America.
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Westminster Abbey

The British nation's sacrament acquired its present appearance in 1745. The Church of Saint Peter on the territory of an old Benedictine monastery next to the Palace of Kings in Westminster was built in the 11th century for the Wessex king Edward the Confessor, but the first to be crowned here was Duke William the Conqueror. Starting in 1066, all English monarchs have been holding coronations and weddings in this church.

King Henry III Plantagenet has expanded the church, adding the Lady chapel, and continued to rebuild it in 1220. Since then, every year the king participated in the glorification of the Abbey. The oak coronation throne is famous for the fact that under it lies a stone that served as a pillow to Saint Jacob. The stone from Scone, sacred to the Scottish, was captured by Edward I Plantagenet in 1296 and became a Westminster Abbey relic.

Kings and queens, remarkable political activists, military generals, scientists and artists are buried here. Royal graves surround the High altar and the chapel of Henry VII, and in the corner of poets lie Chaucer, Dickens, Kipling. Beyond the altar fence lie premier ministers, including Churchill and Disraeli. The most famous burial is the grave of the Unknown Warrior - the only floor heastone on which stepping is prohibited.

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