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London V

St. Bartholomew the Great 1123AD. No fancy stained glass or painted ceilings. But smooth as ice stone floors from many people walking before. Walking into the building, one can feel the history of many souls’ prayers. I added mine to theirs…

On our way to call our Uber, we walked through Postman’s Park.

Two more days for losing myself in history, then back on a plane and home sweet home.

XO Lisa

7 comments on “London V

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  4. May Jenkins

    Just gorgeous!

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