Trafalgar Square is another popular area in London. We walked through the square and there were lots of artists of various types. There were actors, musicians, artists, etc. One man had drawn several (maybe 100) flags in chalk and then people were putting coins on the one they were from. I am not sure the point but T put a few pence on the US flag and he thanked us for it. There were many coins on America, China, Korea, and Canada. The others just had a few or no pence. The park area has statues and huge lion statues at the boundaries. Here is one of the statues.
A huge blue rooster! The following are some musicians and “actors”. Not really sure what they call themselves. Andrew was so shocked that they didn’t have any feet or object holding them up. It took him a little bit to figure it out. It does look pretty neat though.
The boys and Kent loved all the fancy cars in London. We saw lots of ferraris and a rolls royce and many more that I don’t know. Here are 2. The second one is hard to see. It was dark when I took it but it is a metallic glittery silver mercedes. I have never seen one like this before. Wish it had come out better so you could tell better what it looked like.