Frozen London

Europe and the UK are in a deep freeze, they say. Frankly, it feels like Montreal in late September, but I’m used to the milder London climate. Yes, I’m cold. As much as I wanted to stay cozy in my flat, I didn’t. I ended up walking more than usual!

After visiting Abbey Road in North London, I wandered all the way to Regent’s Park Station — see my lovely mapped out route below! It’s a gorgeous part of town, but I know I’ve said that before. I’ve been meaning to go for a walk in that area and see Regent’s Park, so there’s another thing to check off my London list.

I also spent some time at the National Gallery, which is clearly my favourite cultural option, as I’ve now been three times. I’ll get to that Natural History Museum someday…

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Regent's Park

Regent’s Park

Frozen fountain

Frozen fountain

Freezing fountain outside the National Gallery

Freezing fountain outside the National Gallery

Chalk art flags in Trafalgar Square

Chalk art flags in Trafalgar Square

Whitehall

Whitehall

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