The City of Opportunity – Part 2

To continue where I began… here are several other shots I took as I conquered one of the world’s culture capitals.

One among the Horseguards British Army at Westminster. I didn’t manage to take a closer look. See that warning board at the right side? That’s exactly the reason why! lol!

If only I had enough free time, I would probably choose this place as my runaway. This is St. James’s Park and is located beside the Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square.

“…The flower that wilted last year is gone. Petals once fallen are fallen forever. Flowers do not return in the spring, rather they are replaced. It is in this difference between returned and replaced that the price of renewal is paid.
And as it is for spring flowers, so it is for us.” ~ Daniel Abraham, The Price of Spring

Floriferous Shrubberies in the Spirit of John Nash, St. James’s Park, Westminster, London

On my way to London Natural History Museum… Excited to see some dinosaurs!!

Hello there big fella! To see this angry dinosaur in motion, everyone has to fall in line and guess what? Nobody wants to move forward. I don’t want to either since I was struck with amazement!

And off to another location! Departing London Natural History Museum.

There are only two things I’d like to do whenever I crave for Asian food. That is to visit Aroma (Chinese buffet) or rush to this place called “China Town.” It is located north of Leicester Square.

I rented that Barclays cycle and it charged me £30… only God knows why 😦 I guess it was because of the area coverage.

Flowers with oh so vibrant colors!

I never fail to appreciate flowers especially roses.

At first sight I already had an idea what this place might be called. So it is “Little Venice” located north of Paddington. There were boats everywhere and it really feels good to just sit and relax on their side benches.

London eye is always beautiful to watch by night time. Though I got no camera tripods somehow I managed to pull out this shot. I know the quality would’ve been better with the tripod considering that it was icy cold during that evening.

Here is another shot of London Eye as I strolled down the Hungerford Bridge.

Big Ben rings every hour and I think it’s scary.

This is the Houses of Parliament taken at the Westminster Bridge. ———— So I guess this is the end of it.  Thanks again for looking!  Time to think again for my next post tomorrow.  Cheers!———

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