_Looking for an easy way to do some more exercise?
Why don’t you substitute your car for a bike? Try going to your office, your leisure centre or anywhere else by bike and you will soon be a lover of this great medium of transport.

In some of the most important cities around the world you’ll find bikes on each corner. Amsterdam is one of the best examples, bikes fill the streets. They are part of the city’s decoration! And now London is in on the act, with city residents able to take a bike from any docking station, ride it to their destination and leave it in another docking station. It makes sense, bikes can be useful if you want to save time, because of the traffic jams. Cycle lanes are all over the cities, meaning you don’t always have to ride in the middle of the traffic.

Choose your bike model carefully, because decoration is part of your bike and your lifestyle too. Complement yours with bags, great baskets and bells. Don’t forget your light if you are thinking about using it at nights.
Remember the old times, the summer days when you were just a child riding through the streets with your close friends.
It will be a real trip down memory lane!

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Have you ever been to London? Have you ever taken the underground?
The London underground is the oldest in the world, that's why is so famous. When other big cities had not thought about building undergrounds, the tube was already working  in London.

Since 1863 (the year that the first section of the underground opened) to present, the tube has evolved and undergone many changes to amplify and maintain everything in good conditions. The tube has good connections everywhere around London center and surroundings. It's therefore very useful to the millions of people who used it every single day.

London is a big city so people need public transport to move around the city, go to work, study or simply go shopping. 

Live music, people, steep stairs, mazes... are some of the things that you can find in the London underground.

It's an experience that some people like and others hate... What do you think?