Saturday, 30 June 2012

a trip to london

my baby brother is in hospital so we went to visit

bored lottie on the coach

strange ellie on the coach

harrods food halls have always fascinated me with their victorian tiling

we bought 3 chocolates for £3 (bargain)

the egyptian room

After a fire in 1883, Architect Charles William Stephens, designed a new Harrods building known for its grandeur and palatial style, featuring a frontage clad in terracotta tiles adorned with cherubs, swirling Art Nouveau windows and topped with a baroque-style dome

we found these at some random store!

 The Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, popularly known as Brompton Oratory, is a Roman Catholic church in South Kensington, London. A neo-baroque building, it was designed by Herbert Gribble

Designed by one of Michelin’s employees Fran├žois Espinasse, the original building features 3 large stained glass windows. The designs are based on Michelin adverts of the time, and all feature the Michelin Man “Bibendum

only in chelsea dahling

St Luke’s is regarded as being one of the first Neo-Gothic churches to be built in London: the nave, 60ft in height, is the tallest of any parish church in London and the tower reaches a height of 142 feet

this is opposite the royal brompton hospital where my brother is

Six of Sir Gilbert Scott-designed red telephone boxes went pink to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. The six pink telephone boxes are adorned with the Union flag, diamond dust and the message “Long, Live, Life, Love”. Designed by street artist Ryan Callana
we saw these outside the saatchi gallery

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