This walk was chock full of beautiful buildings to see. The Mansion House, Bank of England, and the Lloyds building to name a few. I did post a small touch about this before, but this is the official blog post for our London Walks class. Shelisa and I led and completed the walk on our own, and though we did get a bit lost, thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. It was rather empty around town, as the walk was done in the city a bit later at night (7 or 8 or so) and on the Bank Holiday. There were a few alleys to go down and just a bit of an awkward encounter with a lone policeman and us two girls down an otherwise deserted street. But great fun all the same.
|All the buildings were getting similar as we walked|
around, so I'm holding up a sign that says Bank! This
building, obviously, was the Bank of England. It was
Huge! and beautiful. And had its own museum attached.
|The HUGE bank doors. Think Alice in Wonderland.|
|In front of Statue Of Wellington. AKA a huge|
horses bum. It is beside the Bank of England and the
|The fabulously modern Lloyd Building. Houses|
the Lloyds Insurance company.