|In the botanical gardens.|
|Höfði house, which is said to be haunted :)|
|I could not agree more.|
PS -- love to Red Sox Nation! :) :) :)
|A view of downtown Reykjavík from the tower of Hallgrímskirkja, Iceland's tallest building.|
|With houses that look like these...|
|and these... I don't understand why so many of the houses in my country are so colorless!|
|Here are a few scenes of things I liked around town…|
|...places that are lived in.|
|A window at street level.|
| If you've been around my blog for a while, you know|
how much I love buildings that show signs of past lives...
|Hallgrímskirkja is visible from lots of spots all over town.|
|This is why I didn't go into business.|
| In the Reykjavík Kirkjugarður (graveyard), I made a friend. By the time we parted,|
I was covered with cat fur. That's okay – maybe it provided an extra layer of warmth.
(By New England standards, it's proper winter here!)
|I saw these BONKERS rings in a shop window.|
| Can you imagine wearing|
this on your finger?
|Rebecca and I in Green Park shortly after (accidentally) becoming engulfed|
in the madhouse that is the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace.
|Near Covent Garden.|
|Vera Wang wedding dresses.|
|Lamps in a shop window.|
|Perhaps a bar inside this stained-glass window?|
|In Neal's Yard.|
|At Fortnum & Mason on Piccadilly, the shrubbery is shaped like a teacup :-)|
|Inside, I fell in love with these mugs, but knew better than to try to travel with them.|
|The London skyline has got SO MANY cranes right now!|
There's so much construction going on.
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