I guess that you can guess immediately where this is.
Yes, we were having a day out in London, one of my all time favourite cities.
There is always lots to see and do.
We were keen to revisit Westminster Abbey .....
.. and so were lots of other people !!
It was the weekend of the major soccer final and London was full of Spanish people over here to support their team from Barcelona.
Sometimes this ancient mosiac floor is covered with carpet to protect it but we were lucky enough to see it uncovered.
The best thing about English churches is the history that is stored in them and this church has amazing history everywhere you look.
Former kings and queens, scientists and poets, heros and ordinary men and women have all found a final resting place here.
It showcases Britain's greatest strength - maintaining the link between their past and the future.
We moved on to Royal Albert Hall.
I was very keen to tour this magnificent building so I dragged Tony along.
We bought tickets for the final tour of the day
then went to the cafe for a snack while we waited for it to start.
I'm sorry to say we weren't allowed to take photos inside but it was fabuluous.
If you are ever in London I really recommend you visit.
They were preparing for a concert by Eric Clapton and we were even allowed into the box beside the Royal Box to see where the royal family sit when they attend performances.
Tony loved it too.
We've promised ourselves that one day we will attend a performance here.
Across the road in Hyde Park is the memorial to Prince Albert, beloved husband of Queen Victoria.
(Have you seen the film "The Young Victoria" ? - I loved it!)
and a fantastic Indian restaurant that we visit every time we are in London.
(don't we sound sooo cosmopoliton ?)
Then it was off home to our little cottage in Great Missenden.