Just arrived in London. This is Tavistock Square, close to my lodging.
They actually still have these telephone booths around, but no one seems to use them anymore because of mobile phones, I mean cell phones.
These are Bloomsbury daffodils.
More Bloomsbury daffodils.
Bloomsbury daffodils, Russell Square to be precise.
The fountain in Russell Square.
Just hanging out in Russell Square.
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Saturday at the British Museum.
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Queen Charlotte, consort of George III
Queen Square daffodil.
I used this tube station a lot. It's the original tile that dirt slides off of when it rains. Self-cleaning in the 19th century.
My room at Passfield Hall.
Passfield Hall in Bloombury.
David,left, the owner of London Walks and the guide for the Hampstead walk.
Hampstead High Street
Chef Jamie Oliver used to live a couple of doors away from this popular pub.
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Some of the oldest mansions in Hampstead. Can I remember the names? Of course not.
The Admiral's House, the inspiration for the neighbor's house in "Mary Poppins."
More Hampstead daffodils.
Yup, more daffodils.
A small pond on the Heath with a pair of swans.
This is an actual cannon with an extra large cannon ball sealing off the opening. It's to prevent vehicles from hitting the buildings.
THe old local jail in Hampstead.
Good old PIccadilly CIrcus on a beautiful sunny day.
A woman in Tavistock Square in Bloomsbury. She was having a long conversation with an invisible friend.
The Ghandi statue in Tavistock Square.
In case you hadn't noticed, daffodils were everywhere!
Along the Thames Embankment near Charing Cross.
The group for Harry Potter London inspirations walk. It was popular, to say the least.
The guide along with his assistants, Harry and Hermione.
At the Savoy.
The phone outside the Ministry of Magic...
Getting to Diagon Alley.
Diagon Alley. Actually, the inspiration for it...
One of the booksellers in the alley.