|View from London Eye 10 years ago|
Anyway when we were in London for the first time we wanted to get everywhere and see as much as it was possible in a short time of our stay (when you're in London you never have enough time). During thet time we got very tired but we saw everything that we considered essential, so we made a spin with the London Eye, went to Westminster Abbey, the British Museum, St. Paul's Cathedral, watched the changing of the guard in front of Buckingham Palace, visited Tower Bridge and of course Madam Tussaud Wax Museum.Then, I mean in the past 10 years ago, we left the National Gallery as unfulfilled desire, and that is why we have set ourselves to must see it this time. However, the weather in London was so beautiful, we loved our long walks thorough the city and when we decided to enter the gallery we just went back and decided to leave it for the next time. It turned out that our return to London is not questionable, we'll go there again.
Westminster Cathedral is connected with the Houses of Parliament also known as the Palace of Westminster. It is the seat of Britain's two parliamentary houses, the House of Lords and the House of Commons.
You noticed that I mix a little bit of last visit and a little bit of the recent visit, so let's get back to the beginning of the story.
We started the morning with the Camden Town, hm it deserves a special post.
To be be continued......
Photos by: ilovetravels