This spring we spent a quick 6 days in London (and a bit in the surrounding area) adapting to the change in time before heading off to Europe for a Road Scholar tour through Paris and Normandy (and other surprises,) some time in Amsterdam, then a cruise from Barcelona back to England.
I chronicled the trip on Facebook as we went, but tried to save some of my more unusual photos (you know, the ones through my “Tattered Lens”) for the blog.
So here we are. I might add a few icons along the way, but will feature the things I see that not everyone does.
You can literally find anything in this city! Pisco Sours!
We’re heading to Portugal in a couple of weeks. We heard we HAVE to try the “natas.” So what do we find right across the street from our hotel in London? So, of course, we have to compare, right? Surely they they CAN’T be any better than these!
We were at Kensington Palace when the Prince was born!
This was a fun optical illusion at the case housing the tiaras Albert had made for Victoria!
Mead at Leed’s Castle
White Cliffs of Dover. We’ll be directly across the Channel next week!
I HAD to stick my foot in! Wasn’t as cold as I expected!
Old and new – Looking at the Shard, from under the Tower Bridge
Thanks for going along with me! Next up, France…once again, through my tattered lens.