Concerts in Hyde Park, Red double decker buses, the Thames and much more. That’s London.
Old buildings feature in many parts of the London cityscape. Generally, as London has grown, there is a mix of old and new. Like this.
Camden – cranes and boats. And a tree. The view from a pub in Camden Market looking at new developments contrasting with the boats & stalls.
Travelling on the Underground in London I spotted this artistic Marble Arch station sign. A different approach welcoming us to Marble Arch.
A bit of London Skyline from the Thames
Golden hour and we are in Camden Market after a great London day trip. What better way to end the day than a drink overlooking the canal.
That’s the entrance to Marylebone Station from London, taking you out to Aylesbury and the surrounding area, or as far as Snow Hill in Birmingham. Travelling via Bicester or Banbury we normally arrive in and
Street food is great. Feeling hungry at Camden Market and there is a great selection. But what is a Yorkshire Burrito?
No visit to London with overseas visitors is complete without a visit to Camden Market. These are a couple of street views as you arrive at Camden Town.
A little visit to London. Camden Market at sundown – it’s always a great place to visit and nice to sit in one of the pubs as the day turns into evening.
Starting with a family wedding in May, the spring and summer have been filled with activities. Now i’m trying to catch up. Here’s part 1. From home we can be anywhere in London in under
In a recent trip to London, actually while making our way across the city to Hyde Park, we spotted this picture. Here’s an interesting mix of old and new architecture all reflected in the glass
Eric Clapton and Carlos Santana on stage in Hyde park, sharing the final number – “It’s High Time We Went”. #hydepark #ericclapton #britishsummertime #uk #london #londonhydepark #hydeparkmusic Posted on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/p/BlAmIKznXeJ/ – @hairy1travels. Not every
Some of the Photo Galleries
Photos from a February Sunday walk along the Thames on the London South Bank.
London at Night featuring night photography of Big Ben, London Buses, the London Eye and parliament from Westminster Bridge.
An Incredible Tribute: The Tower of London Poppies The art installation “Blood swept Lands and Seas of Red” at…
We can be anywhere in London inside of a couple hours. There are a whole bunch of interesting places in London to visit, so we occasionally do a day trip to see friends and just see the sights.