Daniel Kelley
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L'Universite de Caen, France. I spent foreign study there in the 70s. Actually it was a dreary place. Why did I pin it to favorites? Go figure.

I spent foreign study there in the Actually it was a dreary place. Why did I pin it to favorites?

Harrods in London, the rain makes this photo look so pretty. I love all the white lights around Harrods. :-)

It may be a cliché but few visitors can leave London without a trip to the world-famous Harrods. This grand department store built in is recognised for its over-the-top grandeur and luxury merchandise. Places to go in London - Harrods

A bookshop on Bloomsbury Street, London.

A Bloomsbury, London bookshop. Reminds me of Jess's shop! ("Bookshop Window," Bloomsbury Street, photo by Garry Knight, taken with HTC Desire mobile.

Eagle and Child in Oxford - where C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien used to go

The Eagle and Child Pub in Oxford, England ~This is the pub where JRR Tolkien, CS Lewis, and the rest of their group known as the Inklings, would meet to go over each other's newest literary masterpieces.

Oxford Covered Market, Oxford has virtually everything inside this maze of shops that seems to wend on and on. It reminds me a lot of Findlay Market here in Cincinnati - but on a much larger and ancient scale.

Oxford Covered Market, Oxford has virtually everything inside this maze ofshops. Make sure you pick up a salad box from the delicious Alpha Bar and watch them making spectacular creations in the cake shop window.

Hertford Bridge, Oxford, England. Its distinctive design makes it a city landmark. It was completed in 1914

Ah, Oxford. Hertford Bridge, popularly known as the Bridge of Sighs, is a skyway joining two parts of Hertford College over New College Lane in Oxford, England. Its distinctive design makes it a city landmark. It was completed in 1914