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Professor and I, our daughter and my mother just returned from an Amazing trip to London. Our first!

I won’t bore everyone with the details, but some of the highlights were:
The Tower of London
ALL the Beautiful Bridges
A fun Bus tour through all the Burroughs
The London Zoo
The Museum of Natural History
RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art)
The Tate Modern
Shakespeare’s Globe Theater
And the Spectacular Rail systems they have in place.

Here are a few of the pictures we were lucky enough to capture.


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Beautiful Flight

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British Parliament

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Black-Capped Squirrel Monkey with its two week old baby clinging to its back.

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Big Ben

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Big Ben

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Shakespeare’s Globe Theater

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Artistic shot by my daughter of Hay’s Galleria, a former slip for tea ships.

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The Tower of London

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Tower Bridge

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LOVED this Place! It was only missing U!

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The Shard

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35 thoughts on “London

  1. So pleased you enjoyed your trip. The Science Museum is cool too. ❤ ❤ ❤

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  2. Fabulous ❤️

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  3. Shame I didn’t know. Love London and have a few favorite places. Glad you enjoyed it and had a safe trip.

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    • Bummer!! I would have LOVED the suggestions. What is your favorite place?


      • Sitting quietly in the Tate staring at “The Lady of Shalott” by J. W. Waterhouse and clearing my mind. A few very open minded high street shops are nice too but the kiddo might be a bit curious!

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      • The Tate Modern was SPECTACULAR!! We went there on our last day, and it was a perfectly calming way to finish a very busy trip.
        Didn’t do much shopping, although I did splurge on a new bag made locally by a couple that collect the old, discarded, fire hoses and make them into beautiful and sturdy bags, with the hose numbers still showing and retired military parachute silk for the lining. Having been a firefighter, I just HAD to buy one.


  4. Blog Andrew on said:

    I love you photographs and so pleased recent terror events didn’t put you off, I was in London after the attacks and the City was full of tourists………. a fabulous sight which genuinely cheered me up 🙂

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  5. Glad you had a great trip! London is my favorite city in the world😊

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  6. Love the Tate Modern. It’s been 11 years since I last visited London. Been there four times, and want to go back someday. Glad you had such a great time. The pictures are wonderful.

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  7. Glad you enjoyed my home town. The photos are great!


  8. I am glad you enjoyed your visit – we should visit more ourselves and your post has made me want to do that so thank you 😊

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  9. I tried to comment when you first posted this but WP wouldn’t let me comment for a while.

    Sounds like you had a wonderful trip and some great pics as well. Kayla and I will be London bound next March and we’re looking forward to it.

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  10. Beautiful photos of a beautiful city by a beautiful woman! ❤️

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  11. Glad you enjoyed your trip! it’s a wonderful city 🙂


  12. “… the Spectacular Rail systems [we] have in place.” That’s genuinly funny. I love how we all perceive places we visit so very differently from those we live in. I’ll grant there’s some fantastic Victorian architecture in a handful of the stations, but … well, London residents would probably only use the word spectacular to describe the rail system in conjunction with words like mess, delays, under investment, over crowded and logistic fuck up!
    But yeah, it’s a cool city other than that. 😉

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    • I am sure you are correct, however, coming from a place that doesn’t even have that as a messy or crowded option, it seemed quite wonderful. We also lucked out to travel through some of the lovely architecture, so that was an added bonus. Thank you so much for reminding me that everywhere is wonderful, and shitty, depending on who you ask. 😉

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