At last, wrapping up my series of London posts with various snaps from around the city! Here’s a bunch of “in-between” moments from my three days in London:
On my way to King’s Cross and saw this gorgeous building. I think it turned out to be a hotel? Insaaane.
After getting lost a couple of times (darn you, construction), finally found King’s Cross:
And here’s the fun part:
Random pictures taken from on the bus:
Driving around Trafalgar Square:
I realized it was much harder to take good pictures in a moving vehicle, so I gave up in the cities thereafter :\
Hopped out of the bus to take a closer look at St. Paul’s Cathedral, one of the most famous sights in London:
The sturdy thing even survived World War II…
On my way to cross the pedestrian-only Millennium Bridge:
Oh yeah, and if you look down closely while crossing, you may find some gum art by Ben Wilson under your feet:
And if the bridge looks familiar but you don’t know why, this might jog your memory:
#sorrynotsorry for all the Harry Potter references!
Ate some fish & chips (though pretty much everything I ate in London was fried):
Even more pictures from the time I went on the London Eye:
Back in the ‘hood:
Looking back, I’m surprised by (and proud of) how much I squeezed into my few days in London. You can read about these ventures under the “London” tag. Now that I’ve gotten the touristy stuff out of the way, I’d love to visit again to see what else London offers! If not for the crazy high cost of living, I would seriously consider moving there one day 😉
Have you been to London? Did you recognize any of the places in these pictures? What are your favorite things in the city?
Thanks for reading!
This post is also linked on A Keane Sense of Adventure.