S: Brian and Rachel Shajari's Honeymoon in England July 13-26 2010
BC: The End
FC: An adventure to the old homeland | Our Honeymoon in England, Scotland and Wales
1: The honeymoon adventure began with a snow storm delaying our departure from Florida for a day... | Welcome to England-- We start our trip at the National Portrait Gallery finding pictures of Brian's great great grandfather, Admiral Charles Colville Frankland
2: Our first English Pub together... Very Beautiful and Memorable!!
4: We knew Liz would love this bridge named after her and this crest of Elizabeth I. | St. Catherine's Cathedral near Trafalgar Square
6: Regal Britain here we come | Victoria Arch
7: Buckingham Palace
9: Grenadier Guards: Corporal on right, Guardsman on the left
10: King George VI Reigneth
11: The Great and Famous Tower of London
13: The Tower Bridge built in the 1870's under Victoria and Albert's reign.
14: Shakespeare's Globe Theatre: We saw Henry VIII in this theatre. It was amazing!!
15: The Thames River and St. Paul's Cathedral
16: Just another wonderful day in London :)
18: The Lamb and Flag: one of the oldest pubs in London. The original pub has masonic origins as seen in above photo.
20: The regal and always amazing Changing of the Guards outside Buckingham Palace.
21: Parliament, Big Ben, and Westminster Cathedral
22: Hanging out near the Thames across from the Millenium Eye of London
24: Prince Albert | Young Queen Victoria | Late Queen Victoria | Enjoying the astounding Albert and Victoria Museum
25: Harrods | Brian in front of the Venezuelan Embassy
27: Parliament and some random fun pictures
28: Hampton Court | King Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth's Castle
30: Salisbury Cathedral | This Cathedral houses the oldest working clock and a copy of the magna carta
34: We stopped quickly in this little town on the edge of Wales and England. They still had the old gallows erected. | Who will save me? | Money, Money, Money | Templar Knight
35: Anne Hathaway's home
36: We took a magical boat ride down the oldest aqueduct in Wales. .. | Pontcysyllte Aqueduct
38: Beautiful Cathedral in Chester
39: Chester has one of the most well preserved walls encircling a town.
41: This town was so beautiful!! It was right on the edge of England and Scotland.
42: Hello Southern Scotland and the glorious countryside
44: Best way to say Hello to Scotland is with bagpipes
45: Edinburgh Castle
47: More views from Edinburgh Castle
48: Holyroodhouse Castle: English Royalty Residence
49: The Britannia: Queen Elizabeth II Royal Yacht
50: The Britannia
51: Bagpiping all over Scotland
52: York Cathedral and town are a wonderful example of a medieval city.
54: Hadrian's Wall: some of the only part still standing
55: The village right near Hadrian's wall. Some of the buildings were built from the brick in the wall.
56: Cambridge University
57: Newcastle Beer Bridge
58: Windsor Castle