Thursday, May 24, 2012

Our London Visit Day 7 – Sightseeing and Knitting





On this last full day in London at first we visited the CLC Bookshop in Ave Maria Lane (near St. Paul’s).






Then we went to Liverpool Street Station to see the monument for the children’s transports. About 10,000 mainly Jewish children were saved from Nazi occupied territories and brought to Britain by people like Sir Nicholas Winton.







Afterwards we went to Paddington Station again for a different monument ;)






In early evening we set off to the Southbank Centre to meet the Stitch London knitting group in the Royal Festival Hall :) It is a lively and open group (anyone can just come and join them) consisting of mainly but not exclusively women of all ages. While I was with them, Hermann preferred to take photos outside.















On the following day we had to say good-bye to our beloved London :((((


2 comments:

Lori said...

LOVE the pictures!! It looks like you are having a wonderful trip!! Enjoy. ((BIG HUGS))!

Rebecca Bradley said...

I love London. Thanks for sharing your photos!