Monday, 30 May 2011

London on an April Sunday Pt. 4


Having turned from  Buckingham Palace we are now walking down the left hand side of The Mall.


Here we pass St. James Palace and Clarence House
London homes of Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall 
and the Princes William and Harry 



and now we pass this memorial to 
Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother











At the end of The Mall we go through Admiralty Arch


and into Trafalgar Square
(in the next post)

17 comments:

Sara at Come Away With Me said...

Walking around London with you is very pleasant. And discovering some new sights thanks to your eye for things of interest. The "Lines from Linderhof" blog featured London today too, so I've gotten a double dose!

Needled Mom said...

It looks like it was a beautiful day for a walk around London. I feel as I am walking along with you having been there and walked those same steps.

Elizabethd said...

It is many years since I was in London. Your tour reminds me of my 'younger days', at College, when I spent every weekend in London!

Lorrie said...

What a beautiful city London looks to be. I'm glad you included us on your walk.

Susan said...

Thanks for your comments on my post of Suzette's last pictures and journey. As sad a time as this was for us we saw the Hand of God in so many ways and special gifts and treasures of memories and God times to hold dear and close to our hearts.

Judy said...

Maybe it's because I'm a Londoner that I LOVE London so!!! I do so love walking around London and your photos are fabulous :))

Trisha said...

Thanks Barbara, for showing me around London, via your blog, because this Kentucky girl will most likely never travel there in person. The sites are so pretty. Have a Blessed day, Trisha

Vee said...

Though never there, I can almost imagine it. I really liked seeing the memorial to the Queen Mother and had forgotten that she lived to be 101.

diane b said...

London looks great in the sunshine.

talesfromagarden said...

Beautiful photos of beautiful buildings!

Camille said...

I'm a new follower and love the walk around London. The buildings are beautiful and so much history...enjoy your blog very much.

inspired said...

Sorry i`ve never Rambled your way for a god while..

Trust al is wel and that you are doing wel....

Nancie(More Than Conquerors) said...

Hi Barbara,

Thanks for sharing these photo. They are so lovely.

Thanks for stopping by my blog. It's so nice to hear from you again. Yes, God's providence is God working all things out for our good and completes what he begins in our lives. This is our comfort! Take care and God bless.

Warm regards,
Nancie

Elizabeth said...

I echo the sentiments above since I haven't been in London for over a year now --so very different from the rather dark dingy London I recall as a child.
You are a wonderful tour guide.
I hadn't seen the Queen Mother memorial and think it splendid.
Many thanks for your marathon of comments on my blogs!

PatioPatch said...

Barbara, I know this route so well but your photographic perspective is what makes the walk so scintillating. How the Admiralty glows in the sunshine

Pomona said...

A lovely familiar walk! Hope you will join in the Bloggers' Garden Tour with your garden - more info on my blog. And do you still have the lovely dress in the sidebar?

Pomona x

Deanna said...

Enjoyed this tour.

I hope to see this all in person some day! What a great treat this will be.
d