The wheels on the bus go round and round

August 7, 2010 at 3:19 pm Leave a comment

26 July 2010 – part 1

Touring around the traps in London

We hopped out of bed bright and early to go on an organised bus tour. The tour travelled around all the famous sights of London: Big Ben, Westminster abbey, Houses of Parliament, the changing of the guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace and various other palaces, Trafalgar Square, a traditional English pub lunch, St Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower of London and a cruise down the Thames. We met a couple of Aussies on the bus (of course!) and had a great day out and about in old London town.

This post is made up of pics as I reckon you’re probably tired of reading all my text (and it takes a long time to write!)

All aboard! Mr L and me on the bus

Mr L – exhausted from all the touring!

The stunning Westminster Abbey

Raining in London – who’da thunkit!

Big Ben / clock tower against a grey London backdrop

People walk to work across Westminster Bridge

Nelson Mandela and Sir Robert Peel across from Houses of Parliament in London

Horse (not lion!) in Trafalgar Square

Masses of people outside Buckingham Palace – on a Monday morning!

Victoria Memorial in the Queen’s Gardens at Buckingham Palace

Guards marching into Buckingham Palace with band

Guard and Bobby on Stable Yard Road

Mr L’s meat pie, chips and peas with gravy at an English pub

My massive fish, chips and peas with Tartare

Tower of London (camera died – taken on iphone!)

Double decker with a war horse

The beautiful London Bridge

Mmmm… ice cream!


Entry filed under: Photography.

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