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London 2010. Day one.

25th September, 2010.

We stopped there first thing in the morning to freshen up.

Greenwich. The sun was shining when we got there. Perfect weather for a perfect day.

Greenwich park.

A squirrel!

The view from up there was stunning.

Lovely lady with a lovely dog. And I loved her wellies.

The very first red phone box I’ve seen in person.

How adorable is that shop?

Beautiful street.

I love this kind of buildings.

We took the boat.

It was warm inside, which was perfect because while the day was sunny, it was rather cold.

Canary Wharf!

London’s waking up.

Tower Bridge! It’s stunning in person.

Our tickets for the Tower of London.

Really pretty.

We were freezing by then. A tall chai tea lattรฉ helped, though.

I love British money. ๐Ÿ™‚

Heading towards London Bridge. We’re on a mission to find the Christmas Shop on Tooley Street.

A really handsome bloke right there. ๐Ÿ˜€

Mission accomplished! We didn’t buy anything on Saturday because we still had a long day ahead of us and nowhere to put our bags, but we came back on Sunday and did some serious shopping there. ๐Ÿ˜‰

You know I had to take this pic. ๐Ÿ™‚

Tower Bridge again.

First signs of autumn.


Hay’s Galleria.

London Bridge.

Francis Drake’s ship in Southwark, London.

Borough market.

Gingerbread men!

Hip Londoners.


Turn left, Donna Noble!

Tesco Express. We needed sustenance!

I love these houses.

St.Paul’s Cathedral.

Peppermint tea…

… and another tiny little snack.

Heading towards Millennium Bridge.

The light was stunning.

St.Paul’s Cathedral.

Waiting for the bus to take us to our hotel.

And that concludes our first day in London.


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