London, England – Part 3

Following on from ‘London, England – Part 2’, here are a few more photographs of Westminster in London. London is a great city to visit! It has so much diversity, vibrance and has so much to see and do! Great for an action packed and filled holiday! However, I would never choose to live there! Hope you like the photographs:

The present Westminster Abbey was built on the orders of King Henry III in 1245. The coronation of British Kings and Queens take place there.

The present Westminster Abbey was built on the orders of King Henry III in 1245. The coronation of British Kings and Queens take place there.

The Palace of Westminster better known as the Houses of Parliament.

The Palace of Westminster, better known as the Houses of Parliament.

Big Ben!

Big Ben!

The Houses of Parliament from the other side of Westminster Bridge.

The Houses of Parliament from the other side of Westminster Bridge.

The London Eye with County Hall to its right.

The London Eye with County Hall to its right.

Notice that the London Eye has on orange coloured Gondola!

Notice that the London Eye has on orange coloured Gondola!

The London Eye!

The London Eye!

I have been to London on many occasions, even before we had family living there, however, I have not yet been on the London Eye! Must do that soon and take a polarising filter with me! Thanks for visiting my blog! You can see earlier London posts by clicking on ‘London, England – Part 1’ or ‘London, England – Part 2’ or feel free to browse through some of the other posts in my blog!

Cheers!

John

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