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Thames Tour - The Millennium Bridge

Blackfriars Bridge should be our next stop, but since Mr Bradshaw’s time a new bridge has intervened – the Millennium Bridge.  97 more words

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Hope, excitement and loud music

Finding this incredible photo of St Paul’s in WWII again.
Feeling excited about this job.
Loud music. In the morning and the evening.

Renaissance to Baroque to Rococo, can you handle it?

Before I drool over the Renaissance and Rococo, I just want to apologize for the delay. I’ve been moving and reading Anna Karenina and boy that book hooks you in for awhile (mostly due to its… 753 more words

St Paul's Cathedral

For more than 1,400 years, a Cathedral dedicated to St Paul has stood at the highest point in the City of London. The present cathedral was designed by Sir Christopher Wren and built during the period 1675 and 1710.   257 more words

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Photos from St. Paul's Cathedral

This Monday I had the chance to do something I don’t get to do very often and that is enjoy London as a tourist.  It’s easy when you live and work here to get bogged down with the traffic congestion and crowds and not make the most of the place.   817 more words

Day 11: St. Paul's Cathedral Library

REFLECTIVE BLOG

Monday, July 6, 2015

First up this morning was St. Paul’s Cathedral Library with the wonderfully knowledgeable and witty Mr. Joseph Wisdom. Do you remember this building from a previous post? 420 more words

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