First time we walked past the end of the street was obviously gated off with armed police behind but they were happy enough for us to look through. It’s sort of tucked away on the right hand side so y...
Daughter wanted to see this and was disappointed as couldn't really see anything - she was amazed at the size of the street, the armed police/security and the poor Gurkha hunger strike protesters on t...
Can't go near now due to terrorists so have to make do with a peek through the gates. Looked for Larry the cat but couldn't see him anywhere so took a photo of the street sign and off we went.
Maidenhead, Windsor and Maidenhead, Berkshire, England
Worth a glance
Many years ago you could walk down Downing Street and take a photo of no.10 and no.11. Now there are huge gates and automatic traffic controls to prevent all but government staff and MPs from getting...
Number 10 Downing Street is the main residence for the prime ministers of Britain. The now popular image of British guards standing guard can be seen at the building's main gate. With over 100 rooms and a garden stretching 0.5 acres, this nearly 300-year-old property is a grand national landmark.
Roux at Parliament Square
"Western-style""Restaurants in Historic Buildings"
May Fair Kitchen
The Royal Horseguards Hotel
The Trafalgar St. James London, Curio Collection by Hilton