My first experiences of walking London were back in the late 1960s when our parents took my brother and I for walks around the city. I cannot remember too much about them, but something must have sunk in as it is still something I enjoy doing today.
Hoping to pass on an interest in the city, we have taken our granddaughter on a number of walks including one last year which started at the London Eye and ended up at St. Katherine Dock and the Tower of London. I gave her my camera and let her take photos of what she found interesting, so for today’s post, here is a child’s view of London.
My name is Keira and this is my first blog as a guest. I have been invited to write a blog for the fourth anniversary of ‘A London Inheritance’. I have a blog coming soon and it will be about book reviews, days out, information and much more. It will also be more for kids. I will try to make it entertaining and interesting.
We started off by going on the London Eye and got some amazing views of the Houses of Parliament, the busy London roads and the tall buildings.
Random, Funny and Amazing
London is an amazing place with people making sculpture, singing, dancing and showing their outstanding talents. It is also a place where lots of random and funny things are made. These pictures show why London is such an excellent place.
The Old Bridge
These are the piers of an old bridge, which was taken down, however, they left the piers there.
The Walkie Talkie and the Cheese Grater
This is a picture of The Walkie Talkie and the Cheese Grater. They are both magnificent buildings and I would definitely like to get some pictures from that high. I’m certain it is amazing.
It started raining so we found shelter. While we were waiting for the rain to stop I got some lovely pictures.
Lovely London Shopping Time And Others
We went shopping and found some random things on the way
Harry Potter Bridge
This is the bridge used in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
Finally, we stopped at Zizzi where we had some delicious pizza. On the way there, we went past the Queen’s barge! It looks beautiful.
I had an absolutely lovely time in London and would love to come again. Even after it rained I got some good pictures:
So, overall I had the best time in London and I’m very proud of the pictures I took. I have loved being a special guest especially for the fourth anniversary of this amazing blog. I might be able to do this type of thing on my blog (when I get it) but for now,