There is something quite special about Christmas in London. Here is part one of my walk around London and seeing all the pretty Christmas lights.
I love Christmas in London; it is always so pretty and enchanting to walk around. I love seeing all the lights, the fantastic Christmas displays in shops windows, carol singers on street corners and seeing a big decorated tree in a park.
Last week I dragged Richard for a little walk around. It was only a small walk around as it was raining and the husband was complaining about being rained off. But when the rain held off, I did manage a few photos.
These photos were taken by St James Park, which is near Buckingham Palace and at the top of Regent Street. If you ever do visit London, I do recommend walking around here as it such a nice open area and you can lose yourself. It also near Fortune and Manson, one of the best place in London to get some chocolates.
As it was raining and was having to take photos when we had a break from it, this shows only a small tidbit of what it like to experience Christmas in London.
I love seeing the angel Christmas lights, the big decorated sparkly Christmas tree, and off course seeing the Snowman outside of Waterstones. It was just lovely to see everything, and even though we were soaked by walking around, I still had fun.
I’m hoping to do another walk around and to experience more of Christmas in London this week. I would love to visit a Christmas market, see a festive theatre show and perhaps do a little shopping.
So yes, as I said before, this is just a little taste of what it’s like to experience Christmas in London. There are more to come on here in the coming days.