Rest in London Apartments After Running the London Marathon 2011

June 2nd, 2020 by admin Leave a reply »

Since 1981, the London Marathon has been inspiring all types of runners- elite, recreational, club and charity runners. All these runners either run for enjoyment or are driven by motivation to raise money for charity. However, the main element of the London Marathon race is the sheer joy of participating in it and completing 26.2 miles of route. And you can experience the same excitement of the race and fundraising, if you participate in one of the biggest running events of the world. Get ready for the London Marathon 2011, by first getting yourself registered and then by booking one of the London apartments or hotels for your stay.

Entering the London Marathon is not a difficult task, as you can enter through ballot or by applying online. Getting registered is easy, but being selected for running the London Marathon race is a matter of luck. Get off to a good start in the race- start practising running for long distance. Apartments in London generally have enough open spaces and green areas around them you can practice running for long hours. So, while staying in one of the London apartments, you can have enough confidence of running the London Marathon route, which starts from the Greenwich Park and ends in the Mall.

One of the benefits of running the Virgin London Marathon 2011 is that you can enjoy the sights of several iconic landmarks like Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, London Eye and London Bridge. Not surprisingly, you could have visited all these while staying in the apartments in London, but running pass through them is totally another experience. Also, while running the race, you can enjoy a long street party. The marathon route, which is dotted with several restaurants, pubs, bars and London apartments and hotels, has a line of people who cheer and encourage the marathoners. Enjoy applauds of people and refreshments served through the route.

One of the main aspects of the London Marathon 2011 is raising funds for the charity. Since 1981, the event has raised over £450 million as charity fund. It holds the Guinness world record as the largest annual fund raising event. So, if you are not running for breaking record, then you can run for raising the charity fund. Book one of the London apartments and make this event one of the most remarkable events of your lifetime.

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