Tag Archives: Thames
I have a wonderful problem
The weather has been amazing this summer in London. So amazing I haven’t been on the computer really and have been outside as much as possible. It makes blogging hard, but I hope all of you forgive me. It’s a shame … Continue reading
The Old Thameside Pub
This past Saturday we had beautiful weather, which put me in the mood to wander along the Thames. Wandering makes me thirsty. We’ve been by this pub, The Old Thameside, on many occasions but never stopped for a drink. Luckily … Continue reading
A Day out in Fulham
Many of you know I had several deadlines hanging over my head over the past few weeks and I even skipped going to pubs so meet them. This past weekend I was free and clear. And the weather behaved. Here … Continue reading
Travel Memories: Random Photos
When I was in college, at the end of each semester my mind and body would hold out until I finished my last final. Then I would come down with a nasty cold or flu. Last week I mentioned I … Continue reading
Travel Photo of the Day (November 5)
The Mudlark Pub
After wandering through the Borough Market in London, we stopped by The Mudlark pub. This establishment is named after those who scavenged the muddy Thames riverside for scraps of iron, coal, and other treasures that may have been left behind … Continue reading
Sunday Post: City
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I live here!
This is going to sound silly since I’ve been living in London now since last September. However, there are times when I walk by a place and I think to myself, “Wow, I live in London!” Ever since I was … Continue reading
Quotes from the Masters: Grahame
Robin from Bringing Europe Home has started a new challenge. She will provide a quote and then you can interpret the quote via pictures, stories, poems, and more. Here is this week’s quote: “There is nothing– absolutely nothing–half so much worth doing … Continue reading
T is for the Thames
This week’s letter for Frizztext’s A-Z archive photo challenge is T. Here is a photo I took of the Thames right before the night enveloped the water. For other entries please click on this page.