After 20 hours of traveling, we made a quick stop to our hotel to drop off luggage, then headed out the door to do a walk I remember doing every week while in London at study abroad. Each Sunday I would get to walk through the beautiful Kensington Gardens to get to church in the Hyde Park Ward. I couldn't wait to see everything I remembered so fondly, and it didn't disappoint, it was fun to show James all the little things along the way.
Palace Court, the BYU center in London, such a beautiful street.
The Italian Gardens right at sunset, created 1860
Another view of the Italian Gardens
The Albert Memorial, in all of its gaudily ornate splendor
Why I loved these gardens, beautiful!
The Elfin Oak, little elves and gnomes are carved into the tree to make it feel like a miniature fairy land.
And finally, the LDS chapel on Exhibition Road. When I was in London last, I taught the 12-15 year olds Sunday School, hard to believe those girls are now in their mid-20's.