I know I’ve already written one post about our trip to London, but I just couldn’t resist posting some of these pictures. So many random sights to see in a big city that didn’t necessarily fit into the narrative of my last post. Most of these shots were snapped from the tour bus as we rode along, so forgive the blurriness, please.
First, let’s look at the incredible signs of wealth around the city.
For all your
yacht superyacht needs.
This is where you can book a flight to space.
For only £45 per person (about $72) you can enjoy afternoon tea with the fanciest cucumber sandwiches and tea cakes you can imagine.
You can drive your gold Bugati Veyron to the Dorchester Hotel.
Of course when you’re driving this car, paying anywhere from £350 to £1900 a night for a hotel room is chump change. (Here’s an article with a better picture.)
Here are a few buildings that I thought were beautiful as we drove by.
Classy and clean.
So cozy looking.
Red brick and open windows.
This wall is one of many things that will try its hardest to keep you out of Buckingham Palace and the Queen’s gardens.
Next, let’s examine the city’s penchant for animal statues.
I expected to see lion statues and sculptures, and this guy was one of many, but he appeared to be a bit taken aback by something.
Careful, when their ears are back they may charge. Or fall on you and crush you.
What the tour guide described as “That’s what some people call modern art.”
A guard and a raven at the Tower of London.
I really loved the light blue doors all around the tower.
And finally, these weird tourists we saw there…