by Earlie Doriman
|One of the beautiful sights of London. The London Bridge|
these gorgeous landscape and scenery.
|That's not the London's Eye, just a replica|
in Manchester City
|Remembering Buckingham Palace,|
without the Queen
It’s is not just the
that makes Buckingham Palace a magnificent face to see. There is Clarence House, the home of Prince Charles and Princess Diana . Across the central town, the London stands soaring and proud, never mind the historical torture it witnessed during Tower of London gloomy history. Westminster Abbey is a must see. It’s classic and sacred architecture plus the charming interior provide a unique experience and feeling. England
|The majestic St Paul Cathedral in London|
|My son, my sister, my mom-in-law,|
and....hhhmmmm..obviously it's me.
At St Paul's Cathedral
|Blackpool's Illumination. the spectacular display of neon lights|
illuminating the streets of Blackpool in November
It is a coastal town in
Blackpool Can Offer
ILLUMINATIONS: The lengthy road near the seaside is transformed into a magical array of arc lights creating an impression of artificial sunshine that makes night time so attractive and amazing. At the onset of autumn, people from different parts of the country travelled to
Blackpool to witness this spectacular display of a range of colourful radiance and golden glow made from fibre optics, LED lights, and laser technology.
|The breathtaking structure and rides at |
Pleasure Beach Amusement Park, Blackpool
Football might be too popular in this place, but it is not all that
Liverpool could brag about. A very famous band originates from this proud location and its people are never wrong because Beatles conquered not only the world, but also the hearts of everyone in 1962 when they released their single ‘Please Please Me’. Before making it big in the music industry, John Lennon, the founder of Beatles, was born and bred in Liverpool, and just regular performer in the city’s street clubs and music lounges.
|Daddy and son Matthew|
AND MANY MORE.....
|My younger brother Erwin at Manchester City|
during his short vacation
|In front of Manchester United Home, |
Old Trafford Football Stadium
|At the town of Rochdale, building at the back is not a church. |
It is our Town Hall
|One beautiful view in KENT, South of London|
|Still in KENT|
|And still in KENT|
|That's my son Matthew in Huddersfield|
|I just forgot the name of this structure.|
This is a ruin in YORK, used to be castle which
was destroyed during World War II; but now
an important tourist attraction in YORK.
|My son, my brother, and my mom-in-law in YORK|
|A meaning of 'Turning water to GOLD'. This river gives YORK an economic boost,|
with tourist boats and floating restos, people enjoyed holidaying in this England site.