Since it it fall- going into winter -at the moment, the sun literally goes down at around 3.30pm. SAH, that allowed us to easily go to the park and take some pictures when the sun was at its best. Ahhh I love these types of pictures. But before that, we did go eat something in an old pub called Nicholson’s. Enjoy (: -ps; quite a few deer will be included in this. Continue reading “Richmond Park At Sunset”
Yesterday we all woke up way too early for half term, to catch a boat and go visit the London Museum Of The Docklands. These are some of the pictures that I took. They’re not in any particular chronological order – because they all got jumbled up on my computer and I didn’t want to figure it all out (: I’ll try to make sense of it all though. Continue reading “The London Docklands”
hi – this post is gonna be a long one – emergency exits are on the left and right
Let’s just say we were pretty busy these past two days (: As you can read in the title of this post, yesterday we took a trip to Richmond and today we went to do some casual, typical but nice Londonish things. Those would include the National History museum, taking pictures of swans and going to Kensington Park. But before I talk about that lets go back to yesterday when we went to take the train. Continue reading “Richmond & The City”
I’m going to be showing pictures/talking about the Sky Garden in London, at 20 Fenchurch Street. As you will see on the pictures, it was a beautiful place and I absolutely loved it. Let’s begin.
Of course, the first thing we had to do was physically go there, but I suppose that is kind of boring to talk about so lets move on. After we walked for a few minutes we came up to this building that I had seen countless times but had never realised that THAT was the sky garden. When walking beside it it looked maaassiivee and the all-glass structure was beautiful. Continue reading “20 Fenchurch Street”
So, HAMPTON COURT. I’ve visited it twice and its still as pretty as when I first entered. The main reason we came to Hampton Court was because we came to see a show called Barmy Britain – Horrible Histories. If you live in Britain you’ve probably heard of it before. Turns out, it rained during the whole performance. And the performance was outside. Nice. Anyways, the whole day before that was nice as well. Lets begin the blog post. (a lot of pictures will be included as usual.) Continue reading “Henry VIII’s Palace”