Big cities demand a lot of walking – London is no exception. The Underground might be the fastest, but the Overground for certain is the nicest. Let’s go for a walk and a ride…and look upon the city with fresh eyes…Today – What do I still love about it and what do I not love […]Read Post ›
What about you: what is guaranteed to distract you? What is your “Ooh, shiny!”? To distract me? A spectacular flower!
My number one goal with the London trip was Kew Gardens. I think the year was 1977 last time, or maybe 1979. As you who read this blog will know, I love gardens and flowers. Maybe especially English gardens, because of their soft and soothing architecture and lines. But this time, I also found the […]Read Post ›
Small Subjects for Cee – join in the challenge!
When in London, I try to visit a new part every time – and this time I walked along Regent’s Canal to Little Venice. They say Lord Byron coined the name, true or not, anyway it is a charming area with its moored boats and little ”gardens”. How about joining me for a little walk? […]Read Post ›
Paula, at Lost in Translation, asks for a structure this week….well, here is one – but I do not remember what it was used for. Looks like a …what do you think?
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Letter A – Needs to start with the Letters Ap For Cee this week – one real and one fake (handmade) ”apa”…in English ”monkey”!
A short visit to London with my whole family – I cannot say how much I appreciated this opportunity! That we all could go, and have some relaxing fun together – almost impossible now as we are all living in different ends of Sweden. WIA at Somerset House was our first spot of interest. […]Read Post ›