It really is quite a regal estate. As you can see, the flag is flying
so that means that the Queen is in residence. It's really much bigger
than what you can see here, taking up a large city block.
changing of the mounted guard at the Horse Guards Arch.
It's an architectural masterpiece.
It really is amazing to see all these ancient artifacts
that up until now we'd only read about.
The London Eye is the world's tallest cantilevered
observation wheel. The views are amazing!
at the top of St. Paul's Cathedral in London.
What an amazing and gorgeous cathedral!
This is the cathedral that Prince Charles and Lady Diana were married in.
You can see how huge it is when you compare it to the
tall buildings around it.
Karl looking very distinguished with his hat and pipe!
Queen Mary's Gardens in Regent's Park.
They have over 400 varieties of roses in this enormous park!
were blooming. The flowers and their scent were beautiful.
We had such a wonderful time exploring London but it was just a taste of all that lovely city has to offer. I am hoping to return and bring Daniel next time to see more of London. Leah had such a great time that she is now working and saving to buy a plane ticket to join us when we go. You truly cannot do it all /see it all in one visit. We didn't wear out our welcome, thankfully. Our family across the pond has already asked us when we're going to return. :)