The most famous of them all – the London Eye with the County Hall next to it.
The Tower Bridge which I think is the most magnificent bridge I ever seen. Much nicer than the Millennium Bridge which is a monstrosity next to all the historical bridges along the river.
The Tower of London
Another view of the Tower of London. They were planting the poppies at that time.
Buckingham Palace as seen from outside the fence
This has got to be every M&M’s fan idea of heaven!
And of course it is not complete without a visit to the world famous Harrods
This is the physiotherapy room where the players get their massage and do their recovery
And this is the hydro therapy pool. Only for the home team. Wish I can go soak inside too
The shower room. Why no doors and partition?
The Changing Room. The kitman will lay out the players’s attire and everything else here
In comparison, the visitor changing room is so plain.
That’s me, ahem, giving my end of game press conference
Those were the days when policemen worn shorts and Arsenal was known as Woolwich Arsenal and playing in Division Two at Highbury.
Anybody young enough to have ever worn wooden soccer boots?
And do you know Arsenal ever had such a colorful top?
And a screen grab from one of the many videos featuring one of the greatest Arsenal star