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  • The last shot....at least for this trip The view as we fly out of Heathrow/London and back towards the U.S. We arrived back in the states and I immediately caught a cold. It happened on the plane or I got back Posted by Bill Hall in Taking a blind shot 2017 | Jan 13, 2018
  • IN GOLDFINGER’S SHADOW: North Kensington[center][/center] ===[b]Between 1994 and 2001, I practised dentistry in a surgery on Golborne Road in North Kensington. The street crosses the Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Dec 20, 2017
  • In the air and heading east I started travel blogging five years ago on our first Europe trip. I wasn’t working then so we were able to stay gone nearly a month. I posted pretty much every day, with photo Posted by Bill Hall in Taking a blind shot 2017 | Dec 19, 2017
  • OLIVER CROMWELL, SHEEP, AND SHEPHERDS BUSH[b] [center][/center] ===In the 1870s, Shepherd Bush was a small village, built around a triangular green, Shepherds Bush Green (formerly ‘Common’), that was beg Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Dec 17, 2017
  • TAKE A STROLL ALONG THE STRAND [b][center][ "[i]Come, Fortescue, sincere, experienced friend, Thy briefs, thy deeds, and e’en Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Dec 11, 2017
  • London or bustThe flight from Montréal to London was uneventful. The food was not horrendous, and there were no screamy kids. Landed and spent a brief period in customs, due to the fact that we were the closest of the seven planes Posted by SiliRat in SiliTrip II | Dec 5, 2017
  • HERE AND THERE IN HACKNEY[center][/center] ===[b]The Regents Canal was once used for industry and transport, and is now used mainly for leisure pursuits. It passes through areas of Lon Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Nov 30, 2017
  • 18 Months Of The London Life[center][/center] I can genuinely say that there have been a couple of occasions where I have genuinely got to a point where I couldn't stand the thought of staying in this city one second lon Posted by rj2v in Travel, Tattoos & Tea | Nov 28, 2017
  • A ROAD OF SIGNIFICANCE [center][/center] ===[b]LIFE AND DEATH IN HOOP LANE === ===Hoop Lane runs in a north-easterly direction from Golders Green Road Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Nov 2, 2017
  • Getting around in London[center][/center] You've gotten your tickets, done your first transatlantic flight (unless you're coming from somewhere else in the world), and have arrived in London. If you're Posted by Bill Hall in Pointers and what to expect | Oct 28, 2017
  • IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF ROMANS[center][/center] [b] The existence of Watling Street predates its naming. Before the Romans arrived in Britain, the road exist Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Oct 25, 2017
  • London - Day 14 Wednesday 10/18While there was rain this morning, it was not torrential like last week's rain. We had breakfast at the Fortnum & Mason store at St. Pancras Station this morning...lovely tea and scones... before heading to the Imperial War Museum. Posted by Cybercsp in England | Oct 18, 2017
  • SELL THE WIFE AND HEAD FOR ISLINGTON[center][b][i]“He married Jane Carter, No damsel look’d smarter; But he caught a tartar, John Hobbs, John Hobbs; Yes, he caught a tartar, John Hobbs. He tied a rope to her, John Hobbs, John Hobbs; He tied a rope to her, John Hobbs! To ‘scape from h Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Oct 17, 2017
  • London - Day 12 Monday 10/16Although the song is from the Sgt. Pepper's album, we thought a trip to Abbey Road would be easier than finding band costumes to celebrate Charlie's 64th birthday. These photos will demonstrate that staging this shot is not as Posted by Cybercsp in England | Oct 16, 2017
  • London - Day 11 Sunday 10/15We had an early start and took the tube to Westminster to catch the Thames River Cruise to Greenwich (I guess I was mistaken when I said that cruising would not be involved in this trip). Since the Posted by Cybercsp in England | Oct 16, 2017
  • London - Day 9 Friday 10/13Before we left for London, we had time to stroll the top of the York City walls, some three miles in all. Here are some of the views. York Minster: Clifford's Tower: [img=https:// Posted by Cybercsp in England | Oct 13, 2017
  • BENEDICTINES, BASTIONS, AND BATA - a trip east of London[center][/center] ===[b]In Saxon times (7th century AD) when the place first began to develop, East Tilbury was a settlement on a raised piece of land surrounded Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Oct 13, 2017
  • THE KING OF THE ZULUS STAYED HERE===I have lived in Kensington for almost twenty-five years, yet hardly knew its fine history until I walked, with eyes wide open, along the route that I will describe below.=== [b][center][img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/871159/large_KENS_4miii. Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Sep 5, 2017
  • Art Wanderings: Seurat to Riley at Compton Verney [[http://www.comptonverney.org.uk/thing-to-do/seurat-riley-art-perception/2017-07-08/|Compton Verney Art Gallery]] Exhibition: Seurat to Riley: The Art Posted by BillLehane in Silly Billy | Aug 26, 2017
  • OTTOMAN HERITAGE & A RIVER THAT'S NOT A RIVER[center][/center] ===More than fifty percent of London’s inhabitants were born abroad. Generalizing, certain ethnic groups have Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Aug 15, 2017
  • A MOSQUE AND A RESTAURANT, BOTH TURKISH[b]I have visited Kingsland Road so many times, but never ventured east of it along Shacklewell Lane until today. This time, the bus from Newington Green, a route we had not used previously, deposited us outside the UK Turkish Islamic Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Aug 5, 2017
  • London CallingI love England!! Everyone is so nice, and after spending 7 months in Asia, there’s definitely something to be said for being able to understand what people are saying again. After a very long and uncomfortable flight from Thailand and Posted by travelinglisa in Travelinglisa's Great Adventure | Aug 3, 2017
  • London - Day 11We arrived the night before, so were able to get some much needed rest without a tight schedule for today. We started our bus tour of downtown London with a very good guide, Paula, who had a lot of history Posted by JGzindaUK in UK Trip - 2017 | Jul 30, 2017
  • WANDERING AROUND WEMBLEY: NOT SIMPLY SOCCER===During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the construction of London’s local railways, notably the Metropolitan Line, improved access between the centre of the city and places that were open countryside before the rails were laid. The builders of Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Jul 25, 2017
  • HIKING AROUND HIGHGATE[center][/center] ===Today, a double-decker bus serves route 210 that carries passengers between Golders Green and Highgate. Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Jul 18, 2017
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