This is part three of a three-part series of our London, England Adventure. This post will include some of the remaining photos that we took while touring London. I hope that you have enjoyed my posts from England!
Here are a few photos of London Icons:
London Tip #7: Check closing times for all attractions as many close earlier than you might expect. After living in Central Florida for the past 25 years, we have been used to places staying open pretty late for tourists especially in the summer. However, it seems that places in Europe close much earlier. Therefore, you must plan accordingly to make sure that you fit as much in as possible especially if you only have a few days in London.
London has to have some of the most beautifully designed architecture in the world. Many of the buildings have such detail that you cannot help wanting to stop and just look around and enjoy all of it. St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Tower Bridge really stood out to me and were truly breathtaking. Here are a few more photos from our adventure:
Our next planned adventure in Europe will be our first trip to Paris! It is already time for me to start researching where and what we should explore there. Please let me know if anyone has any tips or suggestions on must sees there!
- London, England: Part Two – Tips and Photos of Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, & the London Eye (redpinadventures.com)
- London, England: Tips and Photos of Buckingham Palace, Hamleys and Madame Tussauds! (redpinadventures.com)
7 thoughts on “London, England: Part Three – Tips and Photos of Architecture & Icons”
nice pics …
Thank you! I enjoyed checking out your blog today. Looks like you had an adventure in London too! Thanks for following along! 🙂
Excellent photos!! I would love to visit London, too!
Thanks Babs! We should all visit London together one day! Loved your photos from your recent adventure. You take such amazing photos!! My camera fell off my lap on one of the double decker buses in London and cracked the LCD screen, so I have to try to get it fixed or find a new one here. Hoping to be ready to start taking photos again soon! I’m feeling a little lost with a broken camera right now!
That phone booth picture and caption had me laughing. But you are right, this generation doesn’t know what one is. Someone gave my son and old school Fisher Price phone pull toy. It took him a few days to realize that it was a toy phone because he had only ever seen our cell phones! Look forward to reading more adventures!
That photo and caption of the phone booth had me laughing. But you are right this generation doesn’t know what one is. Someone gave my son an old school Fisher Price phone pull toy when he was younger. It took him a few days to realize that it was a toy phone, similar to his toy cell phone. Look forward to reading more if your adventures!
I’m glad that I had you laughing about the phone booth. Yes, I was so surprised to hear Mia ask me what one is! I remember those old school Fisher Price pull toys. They were great, but I’m sure the kids these days would think otherwise. Lol Thanks for following along! I look forward to reading more of your adventures too!