Here goes the 3rd part of our Day 1 trip. We have no idea why the picture uploading didn’t work for the rest of the pictures in the last post. Probably there was a limit? Let’s have a test today.
Ok, let’s continue to the rest of the journey that we had during the rainy day trip (yes, it rained for the rest of the day).
So here goes the rest of our London visit!
1. St James Park
The first picture was that of Shafa & her brother at St James Park. The scenery was beautiful, even in rainy days! This is Shafa’s favourite picture of Day 1, as it potrays perfectly a brother-sister bonding time.
We are both animal lovers, and so we specifically love this park because of that. Just look at how adorable the ducks and swans at the below picture!
And of course, one of the reasons why we love London so much is the fact that one attraction is located at a mere walking distance to another. As proven in below picture link.
2. Trafalgar Square
Some travel books would suggest you to start your journey from Trafalgar Square. While it still depends on where you are based in London, starting you journey from Trafalgar Square may be a good choice. For us, specifically, we’re more than excited to take pictures with the lion statues, being a big fan to the Night at the Museum movie. He he.
3. The National Gallery
We heard the National Gallery was good, but our time was too packed to explore. So we decided to just take a picture of it.
4) Night View of the London Eye & Thames River
London at day is spectacular, but night view is even better! Below are the pictures taken at the Embankment, with view of the London Eye & Thames River.
5) Tower of London & The Shard
Our first day was too packed! We did not have the time (nor the budget) to visit the Tower of London during the day. So we just had a stroll around the Tower of London at night. It was magnificent! And the view of The Shard just made it complete.
6) Tower Bridge
Last but not least, the Tower Bridge. During the day, the Tower Bridge looks perfect. At night, the lightings made it look even more grand. In this particular picture, the Double Decker bus made it look even more London. 😉
And so that completes our 1st day journey, Phew! Still long way to catch up.