10 Downing St. in City of Westminster, Greater London

10 Downing St. in City of Westminster, Greater London

Ramsay MacDonald - On Jan. 22, 1924, MacDonald became prime minister and also foreign secretary. Under his leadership that year, Great Britain granted recognition to the Soviet regime in Russia

Ramsay MacDonald - On Jan. 22, 1924, MacDonald became prime minister and also foreign secretary. Under his leadership that year, Great Britain granted recognition to the Soviet regime in Russia

February 6th 1685  James II of England and VII of Scotland became King on the death of his brother Charles II -  Bertram's Blog

February 6th 1685 James II of England and VII of Scotland became King on the death of his brother Charles II - Bertram's Blog

Eclipse 2015  The country of anti-climax  Cloud eclipsing thicker cloud - BB

Eclipse 2015 The country of anti-climax Cloud eclipsing thicker cloud - BB

#TedHesburgh remarkable man died recently - against #Nixon and #VietnamWar http://hesburgh.nd.edu/  find out more - BB

#TedHesburgh remarkable man died recently - against #Nixon and #VietnamWar http://hesburgh.nd.edu/ find out more - BB

Bertram's Blog Republic Day of India 26th january 1950 http://bertrambertram.blogspot.co.uk/

Bertram's Blog Republic Day of India 26th january 1950 http://bertrambertram.blogspot.co.uk/

http://bertrambertram.blogspot.co.uk/  24th January 1900 The Battle of the Spion Kop Second Boar War   'You'll Never Walk Alone'

http://bertrambertram.blogspot.co.uk/ 24th January 1900 The Battle of the Spion Kop Second Boar War 'You'll Never Walk Alone'

Speakers Office, Houses of Parliament

Speakers Office, Houses of Parliament


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St James's Park – passing Nelson's Column and the huge lion statues and fountains of Trafalgar Square on the way. St James's Park has lots to keep under 5s occupied, including a playground with play equipment. The beautiful lake at St James's Park is home to three pelicans and if you visit at 2:30pm you can see them being fed fresh fish by the wildlife officers.

St James's Park – passing Nelson's Column and the huge lion statues and fountains of Trafalgar Square on the way. St James's Park has lots to keep under 5s occupied, including a playground with play equipment. The beautiful lake at St James's Park is home to three pelicans and if you visit at 2:30pm you can see them being fed fresh fish by the wildlife officers.

The London Eye. Save for the end of your trip so you know what everything you're looking at is! And go at night! Admission: approx. £18 (worth it!)

The London Eye. Save for the end of your trip so you know what everything you're looking at is! And go at night! Admission: approx. £18 (worth it!)

Hammersmith Bridge

Hammersmith Bridge

Trafalgar Square in the snow!

Trafalgar Square in the snow!

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