London, 2012 Europe Trip – Part 2

Following our trip to the British Museum, we walked down to Trafalgar Square, where there were two top notch galleries; the National Portrait Gallery and the National Gallery. We weren’t allowed to take photographs inside the galleries for obvious reasons, but suffice to say that we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. I especially loved the Van Gogh exhibits (he’s my favourite artist), and was able to purchase a lovely print of his for the relatively cheap price of £10 at the gift store. Anyway, since I wasn’t able to take any photographs inside the galleries, here are a couple of photographs of Trafalgar Square;

Obligatory touristy shot just outside the National Gallery with my new Van Gogh print!

Gorgeous weather! Hard to believe that it was really gloomy and rainy just 30 minutes ago but…I guess that’s London weather for you, haha.

Photo of Trafalgar Square and Nelson’s Column. You can see Big Ben peeking out at the back there.

And that was Day 1 of London! Next up, Day 2!

Signing off,


4 thoughts on “London, 2012 Europe Trip – Part 2

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