ENGLAND

ENGLAND - London was a kind of interesting  time of my life. Knowing new people, meet citizen from around the world, hearing a lot of languages, knowing its culture, traditions and learn English. It was so lovely, I was spending a wonderful time.
England has been very dear to me for a while, I have liked to go on the streets to discover  the people, to hear them speaking, and London has been host to me for a few months. What a beautiful metropolis, despite the rainy weather!
I met a lot of people in England, I lived in Fulham, I was passing through Fulham Broadway subway station on my way home while I was in London. In the frequent walks I did, in one of the walks I was lost! At first glance, it's terrible to think about this, lost in London! I just did not know the way and I did not understand where I was wrong on which boulevard I had taken by mistake. I started to panic and headed for people to help me; I was lucky with my English skills that was useful so I could understand the informations. I'd even come and ask the cops with their funky helmets; I have to admit, they were all very nice. Finally, I realized where I had mistaken and continued my journey back home.The Thames Bridge was also an attraction, and the coffee shops were unavoidable. Exits in the parks and the English picnic on the often greened meadows of London's parks from everywhere have made the delight of cool nights. I will always remember London and the moments when I was on the British land.


WESTMINSTER - LONDON - MAY 2009



CENTER LONDON - BIG BEN, JUNE 2009


ROSE TOWER BRIDGE



DURING A BEAUTIFUL JOURNEY ON JUNE 23, 2009


LONDON - TOWER BRIDGE -  APRIL 2009





PICTURE TAKEN FROM THE TOWER BRIDGE



A BEAUTIFUL ENGLISH GARDEN




WESTMINSTER AND BIG BEN






PASSING TOWARDS THAMES




RAINING ON THE THAMES



SOME DROPS OF WATER ON WESTMINSTER




MY CAB IN LONDON






FULHAM PALACE




BUCKINGHAM PALACE


I LOVED SO MUCH THIS PLACE, WITH THE VIEW TO THAMES




The pictures were taken on the street, on my way to some interesting places, on walks and in the desire to see as many things as possible.






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