I first stepped foot in this city when I was fourteen years old. It was a family trip to visit our relatives in England and I immediately fell in love. To my horror we were only there for a day and we did the tourist thing. A bus tour, walking around to see famous sites like Big Ben. I was young, invigorated and in love with a city I had barely known. Since that day I have been there a few more times and the more I visit, the harder I fall. It is still my dream to someday live in this city and to be lucky enough to call it home.
A stroll through the park.
Big Ben with the London Eye in the background.
Dedicated to the women of WWII
One of my favorites.
My favorite park.
View from the top of St. Paul’s Cathedral.
Princess Diana Memorial
River Thames. Millenium Bridge to the left with St. Paul’s Cathedral in the background.
London city. Millenium Bridge or to us Harry Potter geeks, this is the bridge that was in Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince.
Beautiful view of London
St. Paul’s Cathedral
Trafalger Square Lions
River Thames, London
Outisde the Abbey Road Recording Studio
The London Eye.
London in shadows.
I cannot get over the beauty that is the london bridge!
London view from the London Eye
Peaceful stroll in the park.