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Part of me feels I should apologise as I have featured this scene before, in November: http://missus-emm.blogspot.com/2009/12/wordless-wednesday-3-remembrance.htmlBut I love this little area so much and when I saw the explosion of colour this morning (it was all green last week!) I knew I had my photo for Wordless Wednesday.
Oh how lovely, makes me want to buy a coffee and sandwich and sit there to have my lunch.
Hi Mum! Well it is a stone's throw away from London Bridge so you could always stop off there one day! Make sure you call me first though!
Gorgeous Mandy, where is this in London?
Hi Tracy - it is in the grounds of Guys Hospital. That is John Keats sitting there.
This is gorgeous..what a beautiful place!Kiki~
I thought it looked familiar, but don't apologize! It's lovely!
Nice place to have a quick lunch or a snack at :)What are those pretty lavender flowers?
Where is this?
Hi Emm! November or May, it looks great... Thanks for your comments at Blogtrotter Two, which is showing Ephesus' Masterpieces for you to enjoy; I’m sure you’ll be impressed!! Have a great weekend!!
I will have to drop in by there sometime for a coffee with John Keats. It is truly amazing that Keats hardly sold anything when he was alive....
Lovely architecture and the lawn so beautifully manicured! If I sit there for lunch, I will already have company.
@ Kiki: It is a lovely place. One day I will stop long enough to have a cup of tea with John Keats. In fact, you know what? I am going to do that this week.@ Kathy: Thank you! I am glad that you like it as much as I do.@ Ivanhoe: I think they are irises. I really love irises and used to have them in my garden and I think that is what these are.@ Mo: It is in the grounds of Guys Hospital / Kings College London.@ Trotter: Thank you! I must take a look at your pics of Ephesus - it was one of the first places I visited on this blog!!@ William: I know! Can you believe it? He was so talented too.@ AVCr8teur: I know - I think that beautiful lawn is what has prevented me from walking across it to the statue.
I had no idea this gorgeous spot existed, It's definitely on my Must Visit list for my next trip to London! Thanks!
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