Friday, May 23, 2008

London Bridge is Falling Down

Finishing what we started....a bit delayed but here's the final leg of our journey...London! And is it "London Bridge is falling down or London Bridges falling down?" Maybe we'll never know.

At this point in our trip I think we all were a bit exhausted so we spent plenty of time resting and relaxing in the room and visiting with Dan & Alisha. They were kind enough to show us many of the finest London parks since the weather was abnormally amazing. In fact, we spent only one day doing the typical tourist thing whilst Dan & Alisha were at work, which was fine by me!

I think London would be an amazing place to live if it weren't so darn expensive! We really enjoyed our time there but were also anxious to get home.

Long live the Queen.

Piccadilly Circus

Alisha & Dan at Green Park

The Sanvicens Flat

The Thames, pronounce Tames...those Brits have a funny way of leaving out letters..for instance the next neighborhood over from Dan & Alisha's is Chiswick...pronounced Chizick!

Primrose Hill

Trafalgar Square

Buckingham Palace

Our fearless navigator..oh wait, that's me ;)

Westminster Abbey

Big Ben

The London Eye

We're now home safe and sound and have readjusted to life in the states...which we love!


patrice said...

We're glad you're home too!

Kristen said...

great photos from london! you did such a great job blogging about your trip, jenny.

we're so glad you are home now, too! and we are glad that you had the opportunity to take such a wonderful trip! thanks for sharing it with us along the way.

CristieMaye said...

i'm sad the journey has come to an was so exciting to discover all these places through your posts. thanks again for sharing them!!

i'm sure it has been amazing sleeping in your bed and enjoying the normalities of life at home. home sweet home. :)


Lisa Conmara said...

i love your photos! came here through ten on ten...

oh and its definatley "London Bridge is falling down..."

London Bridge is the name of a bridge crossing the Thames that during the peasants revolution, in the 1300s, collapsed, i think under the weight of the people fighting on it, but I could be wrong about that!


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