A very happy new year to you!
I sure hope you’re having a good time so far and can’t wait to see what’s in store for use in 2020. It’s always a good idea to have an icebreaker, explore and go for a walking tour either in a group or solo.
Passing by the Foundling museum in London was an eye opener and reminded me about how much hidden history is available in this amazing city!
One hope can raise our spirits; one touch can show you care. One voice can speak with wisdom; one heart can know what’s true. One life can make a difference; you see…it’s up to you.’
My new post is a tribute to those who sacrificed their lives in the First World War. Featuring monuments and statues. Soldiers from Africa and the Caribbean were also called to the Mother country to fight in the war.
Riding a Pedal bike has been the first way to cycle for most but there is the option to hire an electric bike if you fancy getting around a lot quicker. There are 2 ways you can ride a bike in London right now.
I recommend getting there early to see the bridge open around 9am in the morning. Although I have not seen the lifting, this was recommended to me be commuters.
Accepting that everyone is different is a sign of wisdom and maturity. We are not of the same makeup or temperament. Everyone has his or her interests, likes and dislikes and we work in different spheres of influences.
If you have travelled over London Bridge or Tower bridge, you might have noticed a huge ship permanently moored on the river.
London has a few abandoned Tube stations. The disused Strand underground station can be found in Aldwych Central London WC2. The abandoned Piccadilly line station is also known as Aldwych station.
Enjoy these photos. This post is slightly different from my usual ones. It’s all about visuals!
Ancient Portals have the ability to invoke emotions. This can be achieved by just touching the artefacts (only if allowed). Which means that the objects can bring back memories that we thought we had forgotten.