London is a great fast paced city. It was easy to get around. I never got lost because the street signs are so good. I filled up my Oyster Card with 50 pounds prior to getting there so I never had to buy tickets for the tube. Since my knee seemed to hurt more and more (I eventually had to toss my shoes) I went on a bus tour to get around my first day, but the problem is (with me) is that I could  walk to the next site before the bus showed up so I eventually left the tour and just went sight seeing on my own.

My favorite part of London are the exquisitely manicured parks. Even in October there is plants in bloom. Tower Park is beautiful as is Saint James. Finally Morden Wall was close to where I was staying and I wandered that one as well.

So here we go: I went and took a picture of Big Ben

This is the Queen’s residence –no she doesnt live there–at the Tower of London. It is however where many prisioners have been kept.
Here is one of the four lions which surround the fountain in front of Buckingham Palace.

Here is tower Bridge.


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