Teddy City- Summer Time, Tourist Time
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Ah its summer, and summer in the city means tourists. An tourists mean dollars. The city thrives anyway, but even more at tourist season. Here are some of the favorite sites:
Parliament- Where the government officials meet and live. family apartments are on the 2nd floor while on the main floor are the 2 chambers and offices are. Located across the highway from the Royal Palace, Parliament is a beautiful site to visit. Its dome and Spire is seen clearly form the highway. This helps people find it, and its easy to find.
On the other side of the highway directly across from Parliament is the Friendship clock. Donated as a symbol of friendship between England and Teddy land it was placed at a park across from the royal palace. It was completed in 1878 by Sir John Edmond, a building contractor and designed by Sir Robert Hunt in London as a gift from the king himself.
The Chamber and Visitor Bureau and Convention Center. Need Tourist help? No problem, Just come here and go to room C for assistance for your tourism needs.
As a seismic prone area Teddy City is home to this building- the Royal Seismic Society (RSS). The RSS gives tours free of charge to anyone who wants to see how it works. Here your see the lab when experiments are done for early warning systems, seismic proofing and even the seismographs themselves. Its well worth the look.
For a visitors guide call: (09)5659-03446 today or visit teddycitytourism.co.tl
See you again soon.