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Apollo Theatre (0.12 mi / 0.19 km)
Itsu sushi restaurant- site of radiation poisoning (0.21 mi / 0.34 km)
Trafalgar Square (0.33 mi / 0.54 km)
Horse Guards Parade (0.46 mi / 0.73 km)
St James's Park (0.47 mi / 0.75 km)
Whitehall (0.52 mi / 0.83 km)
Covent Garden (0.54 mi / 0.86 km)
London Double Decker buses on Oxford Street (0.54 mi / 0.87 km)
Downing Street (0.56 mi / 0.90 km)
Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms (0.58 mi / 0.94 km)
From: AndreaBTNow I understand why it's called a circus. Navigating that intersection would scare the bejeebers out of me (especially as an American used to driving on the other side of the road!)
Wed Aug 23 08:33:40 -0700 2006
From: pwatts2Anderea, it is all pretty tame when you get used to it! (except of course between the hours of 8am to 8pm.) Here is a Piccadilly Circus panorama showing the organised chaos from street level, also linked to a London map.
Wed Feb 04 02:43:38 -0800 2009