GoYonda state they have thought of a novel method to visit London – a GPS empowered convertible Smart car that guides you through the city’s roads.
Obviously, there are a lot of visits around London, transport visits, pontoon visits, foot visits, independently directed applications, yet I had never attempted a talking car.
In this way, I discarded the manuals and hurled the maps away and outfitted with simply the car key, I put the rooftop down, revved the motor and set off in the driver’s seat of what ended up being a garrulous Smart car.
I began in Park Lane and for the following a hour and a half I was guided through Mayfair – which I was told, was at one time a bog – Curzon Street, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Soho and Covent Garden. All the renowned milestones were called attention to with loads of discourse – however I likewise got the opportunity to hear some succulent pieces that made me raise an eyebrow.
For example, the spot where the Queen was conceived (not where you think) and why the rhyming slang for The Queen is “heated bean”. We passed the lavish lodging where Alexander Litvinenko was killed and the menswear shop which helped keep Frank Sinatra’s shirts from leaving his pants in front of an audience – wager your eyebrow is raised at this point.