London impression (3)

London Impression
London impression
London Impression
London impression
London Impression
London impression
London impression
London impression
London Impression

Just back from my trip to the UK for a few days, which is actually a very long vacation (from 4th July to 9th August, over a month, driving in the UK from London to the most Northern part of Scotland highland…) while still struggling seriously for jet lag, and having a very busy week: unpacking our luggage, rescued a few dying plants, visiting my parents and of course finished tons of housework such as cooking at least 2 meals a day for our family of four who are still on vaction…

I have spent over half a month in London, visiting a few museums and have been to many different districts of the city. I think London is a very lovely and classy city, just to avoid the really crowdly and touristy areas. Most people are very decent and friendly, and I love the back streets near Russell Square and the area around Kensington and Chelsea most.

I have picked several photos of London I took during the trip, I didn’t edit them at all, just added the “instant” filter from my iPad, which I think can add a little bit of vintage and classy feeling to the photos.

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Keswick

Keswick, the Lake District
Keswick, the Lake District
Keswick, the Lake District
Keswick, the Lake District
Keswick, the Lake District
Keswick, the Lake District
Keswick, the Lake District
Keswick, the Lake District
Keswick, the queen of the lakes in Lake District, UK. A lovely walk by the lake, peaceful and inspiring.

Where: Derwent water, Keswick, Lake District, UK.
When: July 20
Who: my family on vacation

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A vintage bus

A vintage bus on road, near Kings' Cross, London, UK

It is really like traveling back in time when I spotted this vintage bus on the road, which is actually helping to ease the sudden increase of demand for bus services due to the tube strike.

Where: near King’s Cross Train Station, London, UK.
When: 9th July 2015.

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