But I still have many photos of London which, if you don't mind, I'll share over the next while. Above and below, for example, are some of our walk along Regent's Canal which we're so pleased to have discovered. We had a fabulous walk along several kilometres of it on Sunday, from King's Cross Station along through Regent's Park, past the zoo, all the way to Baker Street. Along the way we stopped at Camden Lock where we were confronted with a stunning bazaar of marvelous ethnic food, all apparently home-cooked -- a plethora of choices worth many more sampling trips. I would put this walk near the top of my recommendations for London outings; it even reconciled us to the temperature -- a high of 13 degrees Celsius, in June??!!! -- although there's enough shade and probably a breeze of the water that it might be quite pleasant in summer heat as well.
Earlier in the week, we came across this graceful skybridge at the Royal Opera House.
I thought it was quite lovely, even before I discovered its name . . .
The dedication plaque tells us that it's the Bridge of Aspiration. We should all have one nearby . .