I know that Paris is usually touted as being the city of ‘love’ and you are often encouraged to pop across the channel for Valentines day. Now whilst I agree Paris is a marvellous city, and I do enjoy visiting, I think London has so much more to offer for an extraordinary Valentines Day.
. . . → Read More: Things to do on Valentines Day in Westminster
Just a few days ago; January 22, marked the anniversary in 1901 of Queen Victoria’s death aged 81.
Queen Victoria by Bassano 1882 (photo from wikipedia)
I have met Queen Victoria at various places during my many #walkabouts in London and of course in Windsor too. When just eighteen years old, Victoria inherited . . . → Read More: Queen Victoria in London
KENSINGTON PALACE – once home to Diana, Princess of Wales, and now home to her eldest son William and his wife Catherine; Duke & Duchess of Cambridge.
a glimpse of Kensington Palace through the trees in Kensington Gardens
Be prepared to be enchanted. Kensington Palace; a royal residence set in Kensington Gardens, in . . . → Read More: Kensington Palace #LondonPalaces
On a recent visit to Kensington Palace and Gardens I saw this lovely image; Queen Victoria.
Queen Victoria was born at Kensington Palace and spent her childhood there and it was at Kensington Palace where she was informed of the death of her uncle King William IV in 1837 and became Queen. Kensington Palace . . . → Read More: one photo tour of London – Queen Victoria
There is nothing we love more than an event in London. There is always something happening and you are sometimes spoilt for choice. Easter is no exception! There are a great number of things to do in London over Easter.
So if you were wondering what to do at Easter . . . → Read More: Easter – things to do in London