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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
Posted in skyscraperpage earlier, but for people who don't frequent that website, here are the same pictures with different presentation. Hope you'll like them.

Flying into LCY:
IMG_8817 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

IMG_8821 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

IMG_8832 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

IMG_8831 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

IMG_8827 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

IMG_8826 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

IMG_8849 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

Olympic Park:
IMG_8845 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

Suburbs?
IMG_8838 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

IMG_8802 by hau.chyi, on Flickr
 

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St Paul Cathedral

A perfect day to go up to St Paul's Cathedral:
The Shard:
IMG_8948 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

Nothing beats this view!
IMG_8958 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

If you are scared of height, the top is kinda scary..
IMG_8936 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

Tate Modern (and millenium bridge):
IMG_8956 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

IMG_8921 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

IMG_8932 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

IMG_8929 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

IMG_8926 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

IMG_8946 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

Tower Bridge:
IMG_8947 by hau.chyi, on Flickr


IMG_8949 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

Climb up is kinda steep. We walked in between the inner and outer domes.
IMG_8910 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

Little tiny hole allows you to fall through onto the oval lobby:
IMG_8913 by hau.chyi, on Flickr
 

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Tuscany, Italy

The purpose of this trip is to celebrate a dear friend's birthday. We rented a villa and travelled to Florence, San Gimignano, and Siena before heading to London.

Weather was mostly beautiful with occasional rain created dramatic fog.

View of the villa. You can see San Gimignano in the foreground.
IMG_8432 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

San Gimignano close up:
IMG_8632 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

Inside the city:
IMG_4766 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

IMG_8318 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

San Gimignano probably is not your number one tourist attraction in the Tuscany region, but it is worth visiting for sure! Read more about how ***** worship and show-off of wealth create this city of impractical towers on the internet.

IMG_8341 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

IMG_8328 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

The view in the morning is so dreamy:
IMG_8436 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

IMG_8427 by hau.chyi, on Flickr

Next stop will be Siena.
 
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