Saturday, August 02, 2008

You may remember last week Mummy left me on my own all day. She went to London with her sister and cousin to walk around and see the sights.

They went to all sorts of interesting places.

The first place they went to was St Brides church in Fleet Street.

Then they went to Temple. Lots of Lawyers and barristers work here. They have beautiful gardens and buildings.

As they walked by Temple church a wedding had just finished and the flowers were been thrown away. They felt sorry for the flowers and decided to take some with them.
The flowers will appear again in some more of the photo's.

Then they went to a pub called Blackfrairs. It looks very strange inside to me. Who are the funny little people?

They saw st Paul's cathedral, there was a man there doing pavement art. He was very good.

Then they stopped at St Katherine's dock for a picnic. Maybe Fat fat Daddy should move the boat to here.(Those flowers again).

Then they walked across Tower bridge.

They stopped at Borough Market for sangria, I think the flowers got a drink too.

They met Christopher Robin at the Tate Modern, I think he liked the flowers.

Mummy said the best thing in the Tate Modern was the view of the millennium bridge and St Paul's.

Then they stopped for more food and drink. Is it me or is there a lot of food and drink involved in this walk?

Mummy decided to cool off in some fountains. I should have lent her my life jacket.

They said goodbye to the London eye and Big Ben and headed for home, with the flowers.

Hope you enjoyed hearing about Mummy's day out.

Simba x


Noah the Airedale said...

We sure did enjoy hearing about your mums day in London. The pinkies went to a lot of those places last year when they visited the UK.


Abby said...

Hi, Simba...

Thanks for the tour of London...

My Mom says she has always wanted to go there...

Abby xxxooo

Petey said...

That sounds like a perfectly delightful summer day in London. Mommy loves London but since a $1 is only worth about 10¢ there right now, she's going to have to wait awhile! So your photos were a big treat.

Speaking of photos, we've decided you're too young to sound like Mr. Bean so we've given you a new sound-alike! Check it out!!!

Your pal,



Woof Simba

Great photos, it's like being there. Next time they need to take you along. Oh, Mom wants to know, do they really drink warm beer in England?

Desert Pups

Jackson said...

Hello Simba, what a pawsome day out!
Thank you for your kind words on my blog. It really means a lot to me and the Js. J x

Huskee Boy said...

Your mommy must have been a very good girl to earn that fabulous day out!
My mom always wanted to go to London but it is soooo expensive.. she'd probably have to stop buying me toys and treats for 500 years before she can afford that trip..

Maggie and Mitch said...

What a fun trip! Our mom would LOVE to see London! Us too!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

Lorenza said...

Hi, Simba!
Thanks for the tour! Sure your mom and her friends had lots of fun.... and food.... and drinks.... and flowers... and showers!
Have a great weekend
Kisses and hugs

Amber-Mae said...

Your Mom sure had a fun time with her friends & without you. Not fair!

Butt wiggles,
Solid Gold Dancer

Joe Stains said...

oh man I want to go walking with your Mom, I love food and drink. Heck we cna just skip the walk and eat all day!

Snowy & Crystal said...

Great pictures..thanks for sharing your mommy's day out with us Simba :)

Maltese Paws,


Peanut said...

What a lovely day out

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

wow, mommy wants to go to London so bad someday. daddy sayz they can. she loves reading about it and seeing pictures of it. what a fun day out!

Thank you for the nice thougths while i've been sick. i'm sure all the healing thoughts are the reason i've been getting better fast.

JB's Big World said...

My mom enjoyed the pictures of your mum's walk. She likes sangria too, by the way!

Paris said...

My mommy wants to go see London so bad!!

Mickey said...

Simba,Mom loved the tour of London!!!
She said it would be fun to tour with your Mom & her sister ;)
I would be happy to stay home and snooze though :) heehee
Purrs Mickey

Mango the Maltese kiddo said...

Hi Simba,
My mom was in London last April, she didn't see much of London but she recognized the Bridge Tower.
Thanks for sharing the photos tour, I enjoy looking at it.
Glad your mummy had a good time out!

Thor said...

Your Mom sure had a great time in London! Great pictures! Thanks for sharing to us!


Georgeous said...

Um, my pawrents do a lot of food and drink activities, which is okay if you're there BUT if not, you get flowers brought home right?
Snuff George

the 4 Bs said...

hi Simba, that looks like a pretty fun day for your mom in London. we like how the flowers kept appearing in the photos. it looks like she had a lot of fun. we liked seeing those pictures.


Boo said...

yeah simba, why so many drinks and food? is it within a day? i counted, they had 3 drinking stops. gosh!

did mummy get wet while playing with water? i bet you'll have fun in the fountains.

wet wet licks


p/s: guess what? lila escaped for few hours y'day. pfdaddy and me went looking for her too but couldn't find. THEN, she hopped back in! mom was cursing (at lila) coz she was rather angry with lila trying to escape for so many times and decided if she did that again, she will not look for her. and she was planning to get new bunnies that she saw at the pet shop the other day. lol guess no new bunnies for me.

BWTH Dog House said...

Those are berry bootiful place!!!

slurpy licks,

umekotyan said...

Good evening simba.
The stroll of London is very interesting.
The reason for I is that there is no what where it goes to London.
The center of the world is Britain now.
Thank you for sharing, and renewing wonderful time.
I travel while feeling the sound of the bell of Biccben around London now. :)

from loved ume tyan

Snowball said...

London is a beautiful place. Too bad that she did not bring you along.


Kodak the Eskie said...

That looks like a great time! My mommy loves London and she spent quite a bit of time there many years ago.

Hugs, Kodak