One could spend many hours being entertained on the South Bank of the Thames. R took lots of photos of beautifully restored old vehicles being used as coffee carts or by ice cream vendors, but what took mt eye where these. Huge bubbles being blown by the chap on the left - see the huge wire he is dipping into the soap mix. Kids of all ages were chasing the bubbles and having a few minutes free fun.
There was a very ornate carousel too.
While we only saw a fraction of things on display at the V & A, if they had said you may pick one thing to take home it would have been this.
( But they didn't ! )
Another well presented (typical ) building was this little cottage halfway down the long walk at Windsor Park
( there was an amusing sign outside saying -No there is not a public toilet available at this site )
Somewhere else I liked was having lunch in the sun at Greenwich. ( very nice it was too! )
Of all the photos taken on the Thames this has to be the most often taken surely. Tower Bridge. ( it is the easiest one of all the bridges to remember, being quite distinctive. )
I guess I can stop at any time and tell you about ordinary things happening around here, but I haven't shown you Edinburgh or the Lakes District as I saw it yet....one more post then back to quilting and orchard things.