London is full of huge parks which the locals refer to as the lungs of the city. Hyde Park is one of the biggest and best known. Another of Henry VIII's hunting grounds, it is now a place of concerts, art and horse-riding. The famous Peter Pan ... 

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Safety instructions from our excellent guide

July 2014

Prior to starting the tour we were given a safety talk by our guide, then split into two smaller groups with a guide each.

The Crypt at St. Martin in the Fields

June 2014

Lunch was cafeteria style and very good!

Stopping at Trafalgar Square

June 2014

We stopped at Trafalgar Square, learned some interesting facts, saw a BIG blue chicken, some street artists and then broke for lunch on our own.

Kensington Palace

June 2014

Here we learned who has lived at the palace and who resides there currently.

Entrance to Kensington Park

June 2014

Getting directions from our guide, Joe, for riding single file through the park on the left side.

Westminster Abby

June 2014

The abby as seen from Westminster school.

London Skyline

June 2014

view of St. Paul's cathedral and other buildings from the south bank.

Park?.......

August 2013

St James Park... Maybe? It's pretty though.

Big Ben

August 2013

Ben's Big

Queen's Guard

August 2013

Changing of the guard...

Buckingham

August 2013

Queen's Crib

Hyde Park

August 2013

Hyde Park

Tour

August 2013

Meeting Point

Queen's Guard through Wellington Arch

May 2013

Queen's Guard having come through Wellington Arch near the war memorials. Went by so close we could have touched them. Amazing.

Riding through London

May 2013

Group Shot on our bicycling tour.

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