More Inspiration: London, June 2015

Self’s mind is restless, in constant need of stimulation.

And some of self’s most inspiring places are in London.

So, here are some inspiring places from London, Summer 2015. She didn’t visit any museums (except for the Wallace Collection: five stars!). For the most part, she walked. She is sorely disappointed she didn’t get to see the Serpentine.

No. 1: The Victoria & Albert Museum

The Victoria & Albert Museum in London, which self visited for the first time in June 2015

The Victoria & Albert Museum in London, which self visited for the first time in June 2015

No. 2: King’s Cross Station

English train stations are full of stimulating sights, such as this statue of Winston Churchill (Self thinks this is in King’s Cross. The day after arriving in London, she took the train to visit her friend Dodo in Cambridge and came upon this):

This appears to be a statue of Winston Churchill: London, June 2015

This appears to be a statue of Winston Churchill: London, June 2015

And, just next to Winston Churchill, this couple celebrating the end of World War II:

King's Cross Train Station, June 2015

King’s Cross Train Station, June 2015

Love London. Love, love, love.

Stay tuned, dear blog readers. Stay tuned.


  1. spykeyone said,

    August 7, 2015 at 9:47 am

    Hi, Love your appreciation of London (where I live and write). I looked further into your blog because I was curious whether you live here but see you live in the States currently. I had the good fortune to visit the Philippines when I was 18/19 – I was working in HK at the time as a swimming teacher. Absolutely loved the place, was already very fond of the people due to the high population in HK. We were lucky enough to be invited to stay with a family in Manila who we met on the bus whilst travelling towards a hostel on the way from the airport. We were treated like royalty (for no expense) and they even borrowed a car and drove us around to places like 100 islands etc. We got to see loads more and experience many things and places that we wouldn’t otherwise have. I actually have a follower in the Philippines and I was wondering if it might be you but I can see now that it probably isn’t. My visit there was twenty years ago now so I do wonder who it might be? Thanks again for a great blog!

    • August 7, 2015 at 6:44 pm

      Yes, Filipinos are some of the warmest people on the planet!

      It’s my home.

      Glad you stopped by, glad you liked my pictures of London. I love London. Everything I’m reading now is set in London.

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