Wednesday, 17 June 2015

St. Paul's Churchyard in London

18th June 2015

St. Paul's Churchyard is a very friendly area where people can relax, rest or simply wait for the red bus. We were sitting there and waiting for our bus.
In the background St.Paul's Cathedral






Lovely fence covered with roses




This space is a fantastic place for sitting here in the shadow of big trees

10 comments:

  1. (regarding your question on the whistling ducks, they are wild ducks so come and go as they please. in winter we've had as many as 250 of them here. in summer we keep smaller amounts coming and going as they are off nesting elsewhere.)

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  2. I love this area of London, too :)
    There's a cool place to eat nearby, called, Café Below, in the crypt area beneath St. Mary LeBow church. Reasonable, fresh, and yummy. But... I should have told you about it BEFORE your trip! Maybe for your next time? CaféBelow

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  3. What a beautiful, peaceful place to relax. I would love to visit there!

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  4. Looks a relaxing place the park.
    The dome of the church looks good from a distance.

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  5. The park looks like a great place to relax. I'm enjoying the Double Decker bus and the Rose fence.

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  6. The park looks a loving place for people to relax in the sun. Love the Roses on the fence. Have a great weekend.

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  7. The park looks very popular. The rose fence is pretty. Have a happy weekend!

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  8. lovely rose fence Gosia.

    pretty images.

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  9. Neat to see the busses, roses, and St. Paul's!

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