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Lukas Podolski Takes In London On Black Cab Tour (Photos)

By Chris Wright

Finding himself with a day to kill in the capital, Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski took it upon himself to book a black cab tour of London yesterday in which he toured the city’s various landmarks in a bid to #learnlondon on his day off.

Beginning with a photo of himself looking suitably excited and all thumbs-uppy in the back of his commandeered taxi – accompanied by the message, “Starting my London tour from #N5 in a real black cab!” -Podolski went on to take in the delights of Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, Trafalgar Square, etc, before ending his epic odyssey at Arsenal’s spiritual home, the site of the old Highbury stadium…

How thoroughly nice.

Lukas’ tour was the latest in a series of Learning London features the German international has filmed with Arsenal Media. A free video of his day out will be available on player.arsenal.com from the weekend.

(Photos: @Podolski10)

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By Chris on February 13th, 2013 in Arsenal, Newsnow, Photos. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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4 Responses to “Lukas Podolski Takes In London On Black Cab Tour (Photos)”

  1. Meldeath says:

    The sad part of the story (to me at least) is that he didn’t take anybody with him to do as little as take the pictures for him, instead he had to make selfies.

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  3. Davy says:

    Am i sad for thinking this is quite canny??

  4. carlos says:

    how can you not love the man

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