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You can’t go far wrong with a walk through the capital. In the summer of last year, Michelle and I took a stroll along the streets of London, taking in sights including Tower Bridge, St Paul’s Cathedral, Fleet Street and The Royal Courts of Justice.
Perhaps it is because there is just too much history associated with London Bridge that organisers didn’t know what to keep in and what to leave out – and ended up throwing out the baby with the Thames water.
It’s all about Nelson, isn’t it? Well, yes, the naval hero’s column is at the centre of everything about Trafalgar Square, but did you know the square itself is often considered the centre of London?
Guy Fawkes tried to blow them up in 1605, but the Houses of Parliament survived and remain one of London’s most instantly recognisable attractions.
London can be spectacular in the sun. These pictures were taken during a stroll through Trafalgar Square, down to the Houses of Parliament and across Westminster Bridge on Tuesday evening.
There is no secret to the fact The Royal Albert Hall is one of the best sound systems in the world.
At 135 metres (433ft) tall, the London Eye is Europe’s tallest Ferris Wheel. When first erected in 1999, the Eye was the world’s tallest Ferris Wheel, but it has since been surpassed by both the Star of Nanchang and the Singapore Flyer.
Sandwiches cut into rectangles, scones with clotted cream and jam, a display of the most delightfully put together and presented cakes you could ever wish to find.