Our expensive cab ride to central London to do some sightseeing.
Buckingham Palace is the official residence of the British monarch.
A picture of the guards at Buckingham Palace.
The Victoria Memorial was created in 1911.
The main entrance to Buckingham Palace.
Taxis with an old school look to them.
St. James's Park located down the street from Buckingham Palace.
You can make your own assessment on this one.
A map of the tourist attractions in central London.
Phone booths are located on every corner throughout London.
Big Ben is the nickname for the great bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London.
A traditional double decker bus.
A sign indicating the underground trainsit system throughout London.
The Queen Bodicea statue located across the street from Big Ben.
Someone took a lot of time to design that car.
A London Eye quick fact is that it can carry 800 passengers per revolution.
A postercard type shot of central London.
The historic County Hall.
A closer look at the London Eye.
Must be a descendant of the Massachusetts Foley's.
An outdoor skatepark located in central London.
A small flea market containing old books and maps pertaining to London.
The National Theatre.
Waterloo train station where we caught a ride back to our hotel.
A crazy rush hour crowd in Waterloo Station.
Our scheduled train leaving the station after we missed it due to a complication with the ticket machine.
Our cab on the train back to the hotel.