Tower of London & Tower Bridge

My first look at the Tower of London, was accompanied by a question why are the towers looking grey when they look brown on television?  After stopping for a quick-lunch at Horse Guards Parade,  we got up on another Hop-On Hop -Off bus and got down at the bus stop for the Tower of London…

Manchester Day 2016

Manchester is a city of wonders. It never fails to amaze me . . . and today’s Manchester Parade 2016 (19th June 2016) was just another instance. The city is filled with its own share of history, culture, science and development; and with time it has encompassed within itself various other cultures and their customs….

Westminster Abbey

I read Tintin and the Secret of the Unicorn (Part 1) and Red Rackham’s Treasure (above Part 2) when I was in standard three. Since, then I have read and re-read each of the above twenty books, so many times that I have lost count. What Tintin means to me and how much of an influence…

Trafalgar Square and Horse Guards Parade

My next destination after Madame Tussauds was Trafalgar Square. I knew we did not have time to go inside the National Art Gallery and take a look; but it would be a shame to come to London and not going to the Trafalgar Square. So, we got onto the Hop-On Hop-Off tour bus and got…

Madame Tussauds: Turns on the Selfie Mode

Madame Tussauds needs no introduction. Does it? With over twelve branches all over the world in places like L.A, Amsterdam, Germany and the most noted one in London, Madame Tussauds is a craze everywhere. Everyday, hundreds of people only dream to visit one of the Madame Tussauds Museums; preferably the one in London ; and…