There are quite a few London pictures that must have been clicked a gazillion times. Well here is a post making it gazillion plus one! You know all the sights, You must have seen them a million times already, I invite you to view them one more time, through my lens!
I will start at the beginning with the landing at Heathrow. I had my window seat but I do not have much to boast for it!
A very common site across London is the striking red bus! It is a lot more fun when you get it against a landmark like Big Ben!
I saw the Duck Tours buses for the first time, but then what do I know? They might have been around since ages! I wonder how their tours are, their bus for sure is eye-catching.
I got two bright and sunny days in London and then I got the usual London weather on the last day. I am not complaining at all.
On a sunny day, so many people were out in the park, enjoying. I simply can’t remember where I clicked this though! It is somewhere close to Tower Hill but other than that just can’t figure out which park is this, even with Google.
Got the Tower Hill on a moody, mildly rainy evening. But the weather changed for better quickly. I continued walking in the area for two hours more!
It was my first glimpse of Shard. I can only imagine the view from the top on a nice sunny day, particularly at the sunset!
The Natural History Museum is huge. I just ran around here and there. And then I went back as I had a plane to catch! I learned that all the national museums in London have free entry for the main collections! i have marked this bit for the next time!
Off all thing in London, I fell in love with the London Underground! So, with the picture number 10 and without much rhyme or reason, I end my post of the London pictures posted a gazillion times before! I hope you still enjoyed them!
I started my India travel blog, Travel Tales from India in 2005. In 2016 I realized Travel Tales from India and Abroad better reflected my writings. I love to walk and ride in metros around the world. I have not been everywhere, I am not even close, but it is on my list. I also quit my job as a professor in 2015, it was a happening year! I did a Ph.D. from IIT Kanpur ages ago!
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