A few snaps from our long walk yesterday.
Grape hyacinths in Bunhill Fields – a grave yard established in 1665 that was used until 1854. There are 120,000 graves across the 4 hectares.
London Tower. The tower was started by William the Conqueror in 1078 and was expanded by many kings and used as a palace, royal residence, prison and home of the crown jewels.
Aaron and Tower Bridge. The Tower Bridge took 8 years to build and was opened in 1894 by the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII)
Selfies at tower bridge – aka – being tourists (at least we don’t have a selfie stick!!)
Blossoms in front of St Pauls.
St Pauls is an Anglican Cathedral built in the 17th century, designed by Sir Christopher Wren. The church site dates back to AD 604. St Pauls was the tallest building in London for 300 years! It looked tiny from the Shard on Tuesday night!
St Pauls – it’s massive
Blue skies at St Pauls
Evening sun on St Pauls.