We had a two-day pass to ride in a double decker bus while in London. It was fun riding on top of the bus, as well as seeing all the wonderful buildings and bridges along the Thames river from up high. Queen Victoria’s oldest statue. We got to see lots things and places. All those buildings and sites and icons of London. We tried to keep up with the history, and with the telling of the stories during the trips in the bus, but there is so, so very much, I don’t think I can remember even a measurable amount. But I am trying, at least in a visual way right here. Punch Magazine (political satire) from the 1800’s started here, in this pub. St. Paul’s Cathedral. A monument to remember the terrible London Fire of 1666, started at a bakery. The Thames River and its bridges. Mind the Gap. V2 Rockets that were used in WWII, I think were made here. The Eye of London. The Eye of London together with the Millennium Bridge. Big Ben. Nelson Mandela statue, right outside of Westminster Abbey. Admiralty Arch. The Shard. We had a chance to ride on these buses few times in different routes in our stay in the capital. I highly recommend doing it if you are in London. We have our favorites spots, and I will share here those places we visited inside.