To have faith is to have wings

Jun 27, 2015
Continuation from the previous post...After visiting Sky Garden, Wesley and I proceeded to walk towards St Paul's Cathedral. We first stopped at Christ Church Greyfriars, which is opposite St Paul's Cathedral. Following its destruction in the Great Fire of London, the church was rebuilt, however, during the Second World War, the church was largely destroyed by bombing except for the tower. The ruins have now been converted into a public garden. I didn't take any photos here since my primary purpose was to relax at the bench (lazy I know haha), but you can click for a great photo of it here.

Moving on, we went to St Paul's Cathedral, which is one of the most famous and recognisable sights of London with its dome. Sir Christopher Wren is one of the most highly acclaimed English architects in history and St Paul's Cathedral is his most renowned building. I can see why because the building is beautiful. You can visit inside the Cathedral but we didn't because 1) we didn't think of that at the time, 2) even if we did, we were way past the last ticket entry time, and 3) we were content seeing the exterior and relaxing in the sun.

I love seeing churches and cathedrals because every single one is so unique, with a distinct architecture and an impressive history. One thing I would love to do is to visit at least 10 of what is considered the world's famous churches and cathedrals. Although I saw St Paul's Cathedral, it's not ticked off my list yet since I want to explore inside and listen to its history too. What's your favourite church or cathedral?

"They say a person needs just three things to be truly happy in this world: someone to love, something to do, and something to hope for."

If you look really closely, you can spot a couple taking wedding photos :)

Ended the day with TGI Fridays. So good :P


  1. I love seeing snips of the lovely architecture ya'll have there. Absolutely stunning x
    Stefanie | Casualllyawkward | Bloglovin'


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