More London pictures

October 16, 2010 at 12:35 | Posted in Alice, Family | 2 Comments

I was browsing through my London pictures and thought it would be neat to share with you some more! These are pictures I took during my visit in December 2009.

That’s me after shopping at one of my favourite places in London: Jane Asher’s Party Cakes! It’s a cake supply store and I was able to get lovely Christmas sprinkles and other edible decorations.

Me again, this time in front of The Royal Opera House in Covent Garden. I am a ballet enthusiast and hope to actually watch a performance at The Royal Opera House in the future!

My dear friend Silvia and I. Please pray for her as she is going through cancer treatment: she is now growing stronger in the Lord and I am so very grateful for this.

The following pictures were taken on another visit (with my parents and best friend Anna) in the Spring of 2008.

Lavish chocolate displays at Harrods.

A carriage escorting a royal guest inside Buckingham Palace during the changing of the guard ceremony. How fancy!

A nice view from the London Eye, the biggest panoramic wheel in the world.

My mom, my dad and I on the Tower Bridge.

The sign at the entrance to the Tower of London: it’s a bit intimidating to think that we were entering “her majesty’s palace and fortress”.

The Jewel Tower inside the Tower of London, where all the crown jewels are kept.

On a lighter note, this is me (excuse my terrible face…) with Scarlett O’Hara and Rhett Butler at Madame Tussaud’s wax museum.

Anna and I with Princess Diana’s wax model.

Madame Tussaud’s wax museum is located in Baker Street, famous for being the place where Sherlock Holmes’ office was. This is the wall of Baker Street’s underground station.

Hope you enjoy this pictures!

Christmas cookie project update: this afternoon I’m going to bake a “test batch” of Chocolate-Espresso Snowcaps… recepie, pictures and tips coming soon!




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  1. Hello,

    I am making a short film set in the Edwardian age. You have a tiny B&W picture of an Edwardian Lady on your blog. My costume designer would like to see a larger image of her dress if you have one. Thanks.

    • Hi Seth,
      unfortunately, I do not have a larger picture available. So sorry I couldn’t be of any help!
      Would love, though, to know more about your upcoming Edwardian Age movie!

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