Isleworth, 11/2000

River Thames at Isleworth

Isleworth, 11/2000

The Town Wharf pub at Isleworth

London, 07/2004

Portobello Street

London, 07/2004

Portobello Street

Camden, 07/2004

Camden, 07/2004

Camden, 07/2004

Camden lock in the summer

Camden, 07/2004

Camden lock in operation

London, 11/2004

The Royal Albert Hall

London, 11/2004

The Royal Albert Hall

London, 11/2004

The Albert Memorial - built in memory of Prince Albert, the beloved husband of Queen Victoria.

London, 11/2004

It was erected in 1871. The architect was Sir Gilbert Scott.

London, 11/2004

London, 11/2004

The gilded bronze statue of Prince Albert

London, 11/2004

Detail of the top of the canopy.

London, 11/2004

It is 180 feet high and among statues surrounding it one can see poets and artists as well as allegorical representations of Commerce, Agriculture, Manufacture and Engineering.

London, 11/2004

The 4 continents adorn the four corners of the memorial: Europe...

London, 11/2004

Africa...

London, 11/2004

America...

London, 11/2004

Asia...

London, 11/2004

Hyde Park in November

London, 11/2004

London, 11/2004

A quite typical London sight

08/2007

Another visit to London and a  family reunion

 

We did lots of things as if we had never been to London before...

January 2011

I went to visit Seta and Sercho for a week.  As usual they treated me like the Queen herself  and would not let me do anything.

        

Setig and Dickran have downsized to Cadogan Square.  Here is the street and the family

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Sloane Square behind the house.  Almost felt like a Sloane Ranger...

Seta and I did lots of walking around and going to museums and theaters.  We had lots of fun.

           

 

January 2012

I went to London with a heavy heart.  Having lost our Dickranig it was a difficult time for all of us especially Setig. But we tried to make the best of it.  We did tourist stuff in the city and tried to enjoy every minute together.  Here are some memories of our day on and off Thames. 

 

 

          

 

        

St. Catherine's Dock

... and last but not least a lonely phone booth.