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Madame Tussauds

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Madame Tussauds

Published by Patricia Ioana — 5 years ago

I don't know why, but also in London and Amsterdam the queues at the wax museum Madame Tussauds were interminable. At both museums we stayed about three hours before I joined. In London after about two hours waiting tail out, wait for 2 hours and two more hours inside, where they wait on a huge spiral staircase. Here to explain was also a DJ who put music to dance and we believe in the discotheque.

On various screens short films on the mode of running a wax statues. Such status requires a lot of measurements (even hundreds) and photos of the face and entire body, head to reunite. First, is modeled on a metal frame..

Honestly, from London was much more crowded as Amsterdam, but I got bored. After we've seen enter the Museum finally I had another deception, when I entered the room, the film World, "was so much that I didn't scrimmage where to go first. I made my place, and I put on camera. You had to expect a polite group of 5-6 people to be able to catch a photo as the world.

Booming business has left me soon and I started to make my place screen and stage Personalities. Tin poster and head were the most photographed by visitors. Here were Marilyn Monroe, Charlie Chaplin, James Dean, Elvis Presley, the Beatles, Sean Connery, and Pierce Brosna in the role of Agent 007, Pavarotti. Fun was a wax figure of a photographer that everyone bypassed him and demanded an apology that stood or through his face. Leonardo di Capri was my first choice

Wax statues are ordered in the halls of the Museum on the theme areas: ' World ', ' film music ' Legends, ' celebrities ', Party, sports world ", etc. Among the stars in life whose statues are on display include Nelson Mandela, Arnold Schwarzenegger, George Clooney, Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Lady Gaga and others. The most I liked the ' horrors ' Room, a hall dedicated to the gloomy personalities of history. Right at the entrance, on the left bank, in a dark niche I expect legendary Romanian character, Lad the Impaler. While I was busy to watch as well, to see if the ruler resembles radzinsky and hearing cries all dreadful movies, followed by the hell of other visitors. I'm a kind of serious by nature, and how her husband had departed bit me, I stood in the shadow of Dracula to see what happened.

Outstanding figures of history that changed the world which have become iconic characters such as James Bond or Sherlock Holmes, Terminator, even Lady Gaga can be seen and admired by visitors. You can take pictures inside the Museum, and you can pose next to any star you want.

I wanted much to visit, especially as the Hong Kong rates the opportunity to arrive, so I sat on the thoughts and I made my booking on the internet. I was surprise of the large number of visitors, in a Friday morning, as tourists coming from all over the world. I saw in full burka tourist dressed, or colorful Indian sari, in fact the majority of visitors were from the Middle East and Asia. 

What I found really spectacular is that here, at the Museum of London is on display to the general public with the guillotine blade that was decapitate Marie Antoinette in 1793, the authenticity of this exhibit is not subject to any doubt. A gallery of some of the most brilliant serial killers sentenced to death over time, or true geniuses like Albert Einstein, Pablo Picasso, and Charles Dickens can be admired by visitors.

But what impressed me most was the very life of Marie Rosholt, Madame Tussauds, born in Strasbourg, from a maid's mother, who had a life as colorful as any personalities on display here.

The ticket cost approx 22 pounds and includes free entrance to all Museum, including a salille ride a train and watching a movie with super heroes Disney in 3D, with many special effects, water, smoke.

At Madame Tussauds you can see size Hitler and Winston Churchill, and Vlad the Impaler, Mahatma Gandhi,Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. Not missing the influential landscape Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin of Russia or notvery high ex-French President Sarkozy. Frankly I was quite curious about the real height of many celebrities and notable figures of history, and along with this visit, I can say that Sofie are held in small bottles.

  • How do you get here? Very easy by subway, descending to Baker Street station, just 2 minutes walk away.There are also many buses that stop in the Marylebone Road, where is the Museum. Madame Tussauds openedits doors to visitors starting with 09: 30 of the morning, and there are five access gates, one specifically for groups. Once entered, discover a fascinating world of movie stars, rock stars and figures en vogue at the moment.

After I have watched all the monsters, I exited from the horrors and I ended up in the Hall of celebrity. Large crowds here was the portrait of princess DIANA, who was positioned vis a vis the pair Charles and Camila, which no one does not get heeded. I have been concerned to take photographs with Lady D and I was looking for the pair. In Amsterdam I was impressed with the sad eyes of the Princess, here I seem something more cheerful.

In the Gallery of the artists i've met Vincent van Gogh along with Rembrandt and Picasso, and Salvador Dali. The world leaders, Obama sat at a desk in front of Hitler's huge, Nelson Mandela, George w. Bush, Bill Clinton, f. Castro and dwarfing of France. Amsterdam was advising other Presidents Obama, here seemed to be seated was about as a leader.

  • At the end of the visit you're invited into a black London taxi to feel ' Spirit of London '. The car itself, built after a typical London taxi, I rode a few minutes, over four centuries of history of the British capital,between elisabetana and till today. Animated figures, special effects, sounds and smells in a unique spectacle.

Most disliked me when I passed by ciumati. During the travel of the tunnel we were done and photos, whilethe return trip we have been given a voucher and who wanted to buy the photo that could be transformed into poster, magnet or Keychain for keys and such departures with a pleasant memory and could mean that you were there at Madame Tussauds.

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