The View from My Window II (La vista desde mi ventana II)

Your desire to be near to window is your desire to be near to life!

(Mehmet Murat Ildan)

For the third time in the last year and a half, I had to spend several days in a certain building in Central London. At least I had a view.

Enjoy this ‘study’ of the changing skies of London, May 2019. (Click in the gallery to enlarge the photos.)

¡Tu deseo de estar cerca de la ventana es tu deseo de estar cerca de la vida!

(Mehmet Murat Ildan)

Por la tercera vez en el último año y medio, tuve que pasar unos días en un cierto edificio en el centro de Londres. Al menos, había una vista.

Que disfrutéis este ‘estudio’ de los cielos cambiantes de Londres, mayo de 2019. (Haz click para ampliar.)

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7 thoughts on “The View from My Window II (La vista desde mi ventana II)

      1. True, but Amsterdam, Paris & Berlin have them as well and better hotels with restaurants that don’t charge the earth.
        Sorry, just me and not liking the way London has become disconnect from the rest if the country.


        1. Never been to Amsterdam, nor Berlin, so can’t really compare. Have been to Paris but only for a day and a half as a student was so poor that couldn’t afford the entrance fee to the Louvre.

          I think you’re right about London being disconnected from the rest of the country, it’s very, I don’t know, cosmopolitan. I also think this happens to all big cities, even in Hungary, Budapest is completely different from the rest of the country, so how much more in big internationally important places like London or New York? (Not that I’ve been to New York either, so perhaps I should shut up on a subject I know too little about!)

          So much of the world I still wanted to see…

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          1. You must go to Amsterdam, the museums, art galleries & concerts in The Concertgebouw are well worth it.
            Trains from the airport are easy and unlike Paris (Charles de Gaulle) the airport is big but you can’t get lost.
            They have some good bookshops in town as well 🙂

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