Londinium is a great place. With a birthdate of 43 (or thereabouts) AD its got some history. Meet Matt (our purchasing guy), and my travelling companion for much of the melon tour.
Right after the melon tour arrived we were greeted by the cavalry at Trafalgar Square
Here you see St. Peter's from a side street coming from the west.
Here's what is left of a Roman turret on the earliest wall -- about 47AD. Before the Romanizing? -- maybe rolling hills and a bunch of different tribes like the Trinovantes.
Here you see post-classical, neo-western civilization and the new Greco-Londinium tower bridge and it's Olympic-sized coat of arms!
Melon tour guide explaining about the east entrance to the Tower of London.
There has been a lot of rain in Southwest England. Here Robert and I are returning from Bridport on the coast.
OK back to work -- with Tony Stark and the military contractors!
Can you see Big Ben back there?
Found a fabulous Pizza place called Haymarket -- or Hay! for short I guess
Here are the happy travelers somewhere in London.
Had lunch one day with a key supplier of parts in their chalet near the airplanes -- see rear of the A380.
Got into a bit of a bind -- needed Sherlock, but no one was home at 221 Baker Street, dang.