With views like these, London is one tough city to leave. Love you forever, miss you always, London. Now it’s onto Edinburgh, but I’ll be back in a week. Expect a post about Gloucester’s cheese-rolling races in the next couple of days! I’ve got a 9-hour bus ride ahead of me, and tons of thoughts to put to paper err, blog.
A bit of classic English architecture can be found near otherwise modern Regent Street.
One of London’s iconic red buses blows past Regent Street.
While stunning any time of day, a lit-up Big Ben is most impressive in the evening.
Padlocks signifying the love of couples have become staples of many European bridges. Here, they appear on a lonesome street in the London neighborhood of Shoreditch.
An Underground station provides a subtle safety reminder to the sometimes clumsy commuter.
Neal’s Yard, known for its brightly painted storefronts, is an oasis tucked away in an otherwise chaotic Covent Garden
The Changing of the Guards outside Buckingham Palace is a ceremony full of pageantry.
Stroll along Westminster Pier to take in the gorgeous, albeit touristy, sights of Big Ben and the London Eye.
A child delights in one of the many bubbles a street performer blows next to London’s Millennium Bridge.
A hostel in Westminster offers up a beautiful view of London.
Come late May, roses are in full bloom at Regent’s Park.
Much of the markings left by prisoners of the Tower of London date back to the 1500s.