Blast from the Past: London II.

I love London and for that reason I think it deserves to be featured in my Blast from the Past series for the second time. This particular set of photos was made in November 2014, when I visited London with my husband and friend in order to attend the UEFA Qualifier football match between England and Slovenia. We didn’t just support Slovenian team at the Wembley, but we’d also (re)explored this awesome town.

9 thoughts on “Blast from the Past: London II.

    • Urska - Slovenian Girl Abroad says:

      Those flowers were indeed gorgeous. They were made out of ceramic and were exhibited by the Tower of London as an art installation which marked one hundred years since the first day of Britain’s involvement in the WW1. Each poppy represented a British military fatality during the war.

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  1. Richard says:

    Living so close to London, I’ve been to every single place in your photos! You were lucky to go when the Tower of London Remembers Installation was running. I don’t think the Tower of London ever looked better. 🙂 Enjoyed looking through your photos. Oh, and sorry, Slovenia lost 3-1!

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    • Urska - Slovenian Girl Abroad says:

      I agree, the Tower of London was gorgeous with the all the poppies installed. 🙂
      Hehe, at least Slovenia took the lead at that match. We were super happy for those few seconds, before England scored the equaliser. 😉

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  2. Kat says:

    London will be always be awesome. My last trip to London was in 2008 and I’m thinking of returning to London in Oct this year. It will be chilly but am already missing this great city!

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