On Tuesday 31st May, me, my mum, dad and brother went to London for a holiday. I love London and I hope that one day in the future I will be able to live there. These are a few of the photos that I took whilst there, because being the tourist I am, we went on a bus tour and boat trip .
I had never been to Fortnum & Mason before, but oh wow it is spectacular. There is so much stuff and it is so posh. I was so happy and excited that the theme was Alice In Wonderland because if you haven't already guessed, I kind of love that movie!
These are the displays on the shop windows. A lot of them were moving. For example there was a pendulum swinging in one window and stands spinning round in another.
This was the view from the stairs looking up. It is meant to be Alice falling through the rabbit hole.
Here we have my brother in his element, M&M World. I still don't know who's great idea it was to take him in there.
I took a picture of Tavistock Square because it is where the tour started.
This is the British Museum. I love the columns outside because it makes it look really cool.
This is the British Museum from the front gate.
I thought this looked pretty cool because the shop had lots of old coins that looked interesting.
I love the buildings in London, they are all so pretty and old.
I loved the pattern in the middle of this wall.
I almost jumped out of my seat when I saw this coming up down the road!
I quite want to see Les Mis and so does my mum.
My brother thought this was the Arc de Triomphe, if it was then we would have been on the bus for a lot longer than we had.
The Harvey Nichols clock looks pretty and when my mum told me about it I thought she meant she had seen a nice clock to buy there.
I took a picture of this shop because I kept making jokes that it was a boy from school's house because he has a bit more money than others.
After being to New York, I didn't really find this impressive because I have already seen at least 10 times this in Times Square.
This was before we actually got on the boat but I thought it was quite a good picture.
My brother likes to call the gherkin, the pickle.
Houses of Parliament.
I love these modern buildings as much as the old ones. The angles of the glass and the spurts of colour made them really interesting to me.
This building reminded me of Rotterdam in the Netherlands, I had seen a house on Airbnb that had these colours and sharp angles.
Saint Paul's Cathedral.
The shard looked even cooler with the fog covering the top.
I took this picture for all the Supernatural fans, including myself.
Oh you know, just a random ship on dry land.
The cheese grater and the walkie talkie.
Tower of London
Tower of London
I didn't take any photos but we went to the Tower of London and saw the crown jewels. We then got the train back home.