London Travelogue

Water Colour // Moleskine

The travelogue is a detailed description of my perceptions, impressions and comments about attractions of places, as I travel from place to place. It’s the journal which provides the insight of my feelings, experiences. I choose to sketch my experiences with the sole idea of providing glimpse of the events I experience, it sometimes can include a day-to-day description of experiences during my trip. 

Two days walking around the City of London and recording my walk with my sketchbook and water colours. I took the route along the Thames. I also covered the Queen's Walk which takes you over Westminster Bridge, along the south bank of the River Thames towards Tate Modern then back over the river on the Millennium footbridge to St Paul's Cathedral.

This pedestrian walkway is several miles long and passes some of London's most popular tourist and visitor attractions all of which can be visited throughout the year.

Buckingham Palace  → Big Ben  →  London Eye  →  Westminster Bridge → South Bank Lion  →  London Eye → South Bank Centre (Royal Festival Hall, Hayward Gallery, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Rooms, Poetry Library)  → National Theatre → Tate Modern  → Gabriel's Wharf → OXO Tower and Centre  → Shakespeare's Globe → Millennium Bridge  → St Paul's Cathedral → Shard → Borough Market → Tower Bridge → Gherkin → Barbican → Guildhall School of Music