The Sunday Section: Travel - Christmas Lights in London

Not just Christmas lights but a few touristy pictures as well…

This statue, entitled ‘The Meeting Place’, is at St Pancras station; it has its fair share of admirers and haters. Personally, I like it, especially the frieze that encircles the base.

The roof of St Pancras station

Close by is the British Library... These ‘bookcases’ reach up to the ceiling and go all the way down to the lower level.

The day was nice enough to take a leisurely walk to Covent Garden. Not much further is Leicester Square and Chinatown, then Trafalgar Square with Nelson's Column and the National Gallery. Between Leicester Square and Trafalgar Square is the statue of Edith Cavell...

Can't remember the name of this pub but I liked the ceiling...

The good thing about dark descending early is you don’t have to wait too long to see the lights… Covent Garden; Piccadilly Circus and Regent Street, and the statue of Anteros, Greek god of requited love and avenger of unrequited love.