Our first inkling of how popular bikes are in
The train station.
We loved wandering down pedestrian only streets of
One of many people advertising local restaurants – the poor fellow looked so miserable standing in the cold.
The Royal Theater.
Unfortunately our only sight of one of the many canals in
I remember thinking how glorious it was seeing all the vibrant colors in
|Leaving the Palace area, we saw the Changing of the Guard.|
I don’t know whether it was a case of our not having seen hardly any leaves for several weeks but I’d swear that the leaves in
|Our goal was walking toward the famous Mermaid Sculpture so on we trudged.|
Another beautiful church, at least from the outside, this one is
How absolutely bucolic. Again, just wonderful seeing for the first time this year signs of autumn and the changing colors. I almost felt like we'd been transported back to my native Canada.
At last, the Mermaid – it’s pretty far out of the way and, as you can see, also very small and but was well worth our trek.
We’d hoped to be able see the inside of the
The first of the season’s Christmas lights – yeah!
I felt like a small child seeing store windows decorated so beautifully decorated for the holidays.
No way to ever forget that
The station from our hotel door – can’t ever get a more convenient location than this one.
Bike riders waiting patiently for the light to change.
Another beautiful church, the Cathedral
Certainly no excuse to litter in
The aptly named
Because we had so little time left, we only had a few minutes to enjoy the huge King’s Gardens.
A bench much like we’re all accustomed to, wouldn’t you say, Polish girl, unlike some we saw that masqueraded as benches?!
Seeing these British Mason and Pearson hair brushed brought back memories from my childhood when my Mum, who grew up in
‘God’ used in another context.