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P-DAY#11.2

VolkerWiegmann
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Joined: January 25th, 2005, 6:20 am

October 2nd, 2012, 4:28 am #1

I'll continue with the 2nd part of my P-Day report below.

Saturday morning started "very british" with this photo view near St. James's Park:



A wonderful sunny saturday was waiting for us. Lucky with the weather - no question!



Infront of Buckingham Palace, filling up with people...



My "official P-Day#11 London shot":



Did I mentioned that we were lucky with the weather? The Queen Victoria Memorial:



After spending some time in Covent Garden we walked to Trafalgar Square / National Gallery:





St. Martin-in-the-Fields - a few hours later our location for the main event:



With the help of a friendly tourist, this photo was possible infront of the Tower Bridge (@ Luke: thanks for Emily's gift - as you can see it was instantly in use! )



What a wonderful day in London!



View to the Tower of London near Traitor's Gate:



As we wanted to cross the Thames via one of the bridges, we decided to visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition tour. Great views from the top: The Queen's Walk and H.M.S. Belfast.



Sugar Quay Walk and Tower Millenium Pier.







One last view of the Tower Bridge before heading back to the hotel:



Back at Trafalgar Square, The Crypt of St. Martin-in-the-Fields was our destination to celebrate P-Day in London. Paul Jassies and my girls:



Sharkman!!!



Some 3646 got together...



The chatting never ends! Nad and Thorsten:



The Crypt - very cool location for hosting more than 170 (!) paneristi...!



Thanks for looking that far... please stay tuned for 11.3!
Volker






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October 2nd, 2012, 4:32 am #2



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Joined: January 8th, 2008, 2:09 pm

October 2nd, 2012, 5:19 am #3

I'll continue with the 2nd part of my P-Day report below.

Saturday morning started "very british" with this photo view near St. James's Park:



A wonderful sunny saturday was waiting for us. Lucky with the weather - no question!



Infront of Buckingham Palace, filling up with people...



My "official P-Day#11 London shot":



Did I mentioned that we were lucky with the weather? The Queen Victoria Memorial:



After spending some time in Covent Garden we walked to Trafalgar Square / National Gallery:





St. Martin-in-the-Fields - a few hours later our location for the main event:



With the help of a friendly tourist, this photo was possible infront of the Tower Bridge (@ Luke: thanks for Emily's gift - as you can see it was instantly in use! )



What a wonderful day in London!



View to the Tower of London near Traitor's Gate:



As we wanted to cross the Thames via one of the bridges, we decided to visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition tour. Great views from the top: The Queen's Walk and H.M.S. Belfast.



Sugar Quay Walk and Tower Millenium Pier.







One last view of the Tower Bridge before heading back to the hotel:



Back at Trafalgar Square, The Crypt of St. Martin-in-the-Fields was our destination to celebrate P-Day in London. Paul Jassies and my girls:



Sharkman!!!



Some 3646 got together...



The chatting never ends! Nad and Thorsten:



The Crypt - very cool location for hosting more than 170 (!) paneristi...!



Thanks for looking that far... please stay tuned for 11.3!
Volker






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Looking forward the next batch of pics.
Great meeting you also!!

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rioet
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rioet
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Joined: January 23rd, 2011, 9:34 am

October 2nd, 2012, 5:24 am #4

I'll continue with the 2nd part of my P-Day report below.

Saturday morning started "very british" with this photo view near St. James's Park:



A wonderful sunny saturday was waiting for us. Lucky with the weather - no question!



Infront of Buckingham Palace, filling up with people...



My "official P-Day#11 London shot":



Did I mentioned that we were lucky with the weather? The Queen Victoria Memorial:



After spending some time in Covent Garden we walked to Trafalgar Square / National Gallery:





St. Martin-in-the-Fields - a few hours later our location for the main event:



With the help of a friendly tourist, this photo was possible infront of the Tower Bridge (@ Luke: thanks for Emily's gift - as you can see it was instantly in use! )



What a wonderful day in London!



View to the Tower of London near Traitor's Gate:



As we wanted to cross the Thames via one of the bridges, we decided to visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition tour. Great views from the top: The Queen's Walk and H.M.S. Belfast.



Sugar Quay Walk and Tower Millenium Pier.







One last view of the Tower Bridge before heading back to the hotel:



Back at Trafalgar Square, The Crypt of St. Martin-in-the-Fields was our destination to celebrate P-Day in London. Paul Jassies and my girls:



Sharkman!!!



Some 3646 got together...



The chatting never ends! Nad and Thorsten:



The Crypt - very cool location for hosting more than 170 (!) paneristi...!



Thanks for looking that far... please stay tuned for 11.3!
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fatbreadkwok
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Joined: November 25th, 2008, 1:24 am

October 2nd, 2012, 5:33 am #5

I'll continue with the 2nd part of my P-Day report below.

Saturday morning started "very british" with this photo view near St. James's Park:



A wonderful sunny saturday was waiting for us. Lucky with the weather - no question!



Infront of Buckingham Palace, filling up with people...



My "official P-Day#11 London shot":



Did I mentioned that we were lucky with the weather? The Queen Victoria Memorial:



After spending some time in Covent Garden we walked to Trafalgar Square / National Gallery:





St. Martin-in-the-Fields - a few hours later our location for the main event:



With the help of a friendly tourist, this photo was possible infront of the Tower Bridge (@ Luke: thanks for Emily's gift - as you can see it was instantly in use! )



What a wonderful day in London!



View to the Tower of London near Traitor's Gate:



As we wanted to cross the Thames via one of the bridges, we decided to visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition tour. Great views from the top: The Queen's Walk and H.M.S. Belfast.



Sugar Quay Walk and Tower Millenium Pier.







One last view of the Tower Bridge before heading back to the hotel:



Back at Trafalgar Square, The Crypt of St. Martin-in-the-Fields was our destination to celebrate P-Day in London. Paul Jassies and my girls:



Sharkman!!!



Some 3646 got together...



The chatting never ends! Nad and Thorsten:



The Crypt - very cool location for hosting more than 170 (!) paneristi...!



Thanks for looking that far... please stay tuned for 11.3!
Volker






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Joined: June 15th, 2008, 6:42 pm

October 2nd, 2012, 6:38 am #6

I'll continue with the 2nd part of my P-Day report below.

Saturday morning started "very british" with this photo view near St. James's Park:



A wonderful sunny saturday was waiting for us. Lucky with the weather - no question!



Infront of Buckingham Palace, filling up with people...



My "official P-Day#11 London shot":



Did I mentioned that we were lucky with the weather? The Queen Victoria Memorial:



After spending some time in Covent Garden we walked to Trafalgar Square / National Gallery:





St. Martin-in-the-Fields - a few hours later our location for the main event:



With the help of a friendly tourist, this photo was possible infront of the Tower Bridge (@ Luke: thanks for Emily's gift - as you can see it was instantly in use! )



What a wonderful day in London!



View to the Tower of London near Traitor's Gate:



As we wanted to cross the Thames via one of the bridges, we decided to visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition tour. Great views from the top: The Queen's Walk and H.M.S. Belfast.



Sugar Quay Walk and Tower Millenium Pier.







One last view of the Tower Bridge before heading back to the hotel:



Back at Trafalgar Square, The Crypt of St. Martin-in-the-Fields was our destination to celebrate P-Day in London. Paul Jassies and my girls:



Sharkman!!!



Some 3646 got together...



The chatting never ends! Nad and Thorsten:



The Crypt - very cool location for hosting more than 170 (!) paneristi...!



Thanks for looking that far... please stay tuned for 11.3!
Volker






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Paninari
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Joined: April 10th, 2008, 7:56 pm

October 2nd, 2012, 6:49 am #7

I'll continue with the 2nd part of my P-Day report below.

Saturday morning started "very british" with this photo view near St. James's Park:



A wonderful sunny saturday was waiting for us. Lucky with the weather - no question!



Infront of Buckingham Palace, filling up with people...



My "official P-Day#11 London shot":



Did I mentioned that we were lucky with the weather? The Queen Victoria Memorial:



After spending some time in Covent Garden we walked to Trafalgar Square / National Gallery:





St. Martin-in-the-Fields - a few hours later our location for the main event:



With the help of a friendly tourist, this photo was possible infront of the Tower Bridge (@ Luke: thanks for Emily's gift - as you can see it was instantly in use! )



What a wonderful day in London!



View to the Tower of London near Traitor's Gate:



As we wanted to cross the Thames via one of the bridges, we decided to visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition tour. Great views from the top: The Queen's Walk and H.M.S. Belfast.



Sugar Quay Walk and Tower Millenium Pier.







One last view of the Tower Bridge before heading back to the hotel:



Back at Trafalgar Square, The Crypt of St. Martin-in-the-Fields was our destination to celebrate P-Day in London. Paul Jassies and my girls:



Sharkman!!!



Some 3646 got together...



The chatting never ends! Nad and Thorsten:



The Crypt - very cool location for hosting more than 170 (!) paneristi...!



Thanks for looking that far... please stay tuned for 11.3!
Volker






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Spent a lot of GPB at David&Goliath


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niellaccio
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October 2nd, 2012, 7:23 am #8

I'll continue with the 2nd part of my P-Day report below.

Saturday morning started "very british" with this photo view near St. James's Park:



A wonderful sunny saturday was waiting for us. Lucky with the weather - no question!



Infront of Buckingham Palace, filling up with people...



My "official P-Day#11 London shot":



Did I mentioned that we were lucky with the weather? The Queen Victoria Memorial:



After spending some time in Covent Garden we walked to Trafalgar Square / National Gallery:





St. Martin-in-the-Fields - a few hours later our location for the main event:



With the help of a friendly tourist, this photo was possible infront of the Tower Bridge (@ Luke: thanks for Emily's gift - as you can see it was instantly in use! )



What a wonderful day in London!



View to the Tower of London near Traitor's Gate:



As we wanted to cross the Thames via one of the bridges, we decided to visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition tour. Great views from the top: The Queen's Walk and H.M.S. Belfast.



Sugar Quay Walk and Tower Millenium Pier.







One last view of the Tower Bridge before heading back to the hotel:



Back at Trafalgar Square, The Crypt of St. Martin-in-the-Fields was our destination to celebrate P-Day in London. Paul Jassies and my girls:



Sharkman!!!



Some 3646 got together...



The chatting never ends! Nad and Thorsten:



The Crypt - very cool location for hosting more than 170 (!) paneristi...!



Thanks for looking that far... please stay tuned for 11.3!
Volker






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daniele from italy

Niellaccio: Sounds good!!
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Niellaccio: Sounds good!!
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October 2nd, 2012, 7:23 am #9

Spent a lot of GPB at David&Goliath


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HammerHammer
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Joined: February 27th, 2005, 11:39 pm

October 2nd, 2012, 7:31 am #10

I'll continue with the 2nd part of my P-Day report below.

Saturday morning started "very british" with this photo view near St. James's Park:



A wonderful sunny saturday was waiting for us. Lucky with the weather - no question!



Infront of Buckingham Palace, filling up with people...



My "official P-Day#11 London shot":



Did I mentioned that we were lucky with the weather? The Queen Victoria Memorial:



After spending some time in Covent Garden we walked to Trafalgar Square / National Gallery:





St. Martin-in-the-Fields - a few hours later our location for the main event:



With the help of a friendly tourist, this photo was possible infront of the Tower Bridge (@ Luke: thanks for Emily's gift - as you can see it was instantly in use! )



What a wonderful day in London!



View to the Tower of London near Traitor's Gate:



As we wanted to cross the Thames via one of the bridges, we decided to visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition tour. Great views from the top: The Queen's Walk and H.M.S. Belfast.



Sugar Quay Walk and Tower Millenium Pier.







One last view of the Tower Bridge before heading back to the hotel:



Back at Trafalgar Square, The Crypt of St. Martin-in-the-Fields was our destination to celebrate P-Day in London. Paul Jassies and my girls:



Sharkman!!!



Some 3646 got together...



The chatting never ends! Nad and Thorsten:



The Crypt - very cool location for hosting more than 170 (!) paneristi...!



Thanks for looking that far... please stay tuned for 11.3!
Volker






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So much MORE than just a Watch

What Watch ,, it's the M8TES behind my brand that I LOVE ,, the Watch is just the GPS

A decade on ,, I COPY it now ,, More than EVER b4 >> it's a PANERAI behind every Panerai is a PANERISTI

And dat , SIMPLY blows me away ,, U Bet....................... BBQ Drew RIP


Feel the Passion ,, Respect the DNA ,, Cheers Beers ,,, Hoo Roo Hammer

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Joined: February 23rd, 2005, 8:57 am

October 2nd, 2012, 7:43 am #11

I'll continue with the 2nd part of my P-Day report below.

Saturday morning started "very british" with this photo view near St. James's Park:



A wonderful sunny saturday was waiting for us. Lucky with the weather - no question!



Infront of Buckingham Palace, filling up with people...



My "official P-Day#11 London shot":



Did I mentioned that we were lucky with the weather? The Queen Victoria Memorial:



After spending some time in Covent Garden we walked to Trafalgar Square / National Gallery:





St. Martin-in-the-Fields - a few hours later our location for the main event:



With the help of a friendly tourist, this photo was possible infront of the Tower Bridge (@ Luke: thanks for Emily's gift - as you can see it was instantly in use! )



What a wonderful day in London!



View to the Tower of London near Traitor's Gate:



As we wanted to cross the Thames via one of the bridges, we decided to visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition tour. Great views from the top: The Queen's Walk and H.M.S. Belfast.



Sugar Quay Walk and Tower Millenium Pier.







One last view of the Tower Bridge before heading back to the hotel:



Back at Trafalgar Square, The Crypt of St. Martin-in-the-Fields was our destination to celebrate P-Day in London. Paul Jassies and my girls:



Sharkman!!!



Some 3646 got together...



The chatting never ends! Nad and Thorsten:



The Crypt - very cool location for hosting more than 170 (!) paneristi...!



Thanks for looking that far... please stay tuned for 11.3!
Volker






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and family.
Little Emily is growing!!!
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fletch01
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Joined: April 28th, 2010, 9:42 am

October 2nd, 2012, 7:44 am #12

I'll continue with the 2nd part of my P-Day report below.

Saturday morning started "very british" with this photo view near St. James's Park:



A wonderful sunny saturday was waiting for us. Lucky with the weather - no question!



Infront of Buckingham Palace, filling up with people...



My "official P-Day#11 London shot":



Did I mentioned that we were lucky with the weather? The Queen Victoria Memorial:



After spending some time in Covent Garden we walked to Trafalgar Square / National Gallery:





St. Martin-in-the-Fields - a few hours later our location for the main event:



With the help of a friendly tourist, this photo was possible infront of the Tower Bridge (@ Luke: thanks for Emily's gift - as you can see it was instantly in use! )



What a wonderful day in London!



View to the Tower of London near Traitor's Gate:



As we wanted to cross the Thames via one of the bridges, we decided to visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition tour. Great views from the top: The Queen's Walk and H.M.S. Belfast.



Sugar Quay Walk and Tower Millenium Pier.







One last view of the Tower Bridge before heading back to the hotel:



Back at Trafalgar Square, The Crypt of St. Martin-in-the-Fields was our destination to celebrate P-Day in London. Paul Jassies and my girls:



Sharkman!!!



Some 3646 got together...



The chatting never ends! Nad and Thorsten:



The Crypt - very cool location for hosting more than 170 (!) paneristi...!



Thanks for looking that far... please stay tuned for 11.3!
Volker






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Joined: January 6th, 2008, 6:16 pm

October 2nd, 2012, 7:57 am #13

I'll continue with the 2nd part of my P-Day report below.

Saturday morning started "very british" with this photo view near St. James's Park:



A wonderful sunny saturday was waiting for us. Lucky with the weather - no question!



Infront of Buckingham Palace, filling up with people...



My "official P-Day#11 London shot":



Did I mentioned that we were lucky with the weather? The Queen Victoria Memorial:



After spending some time in Covent Garden we walked to Trafalgar Square / National Gallery:





St. Martin-in-the-Fields - a few hours later our location for the main event:



With the help of a friendly tourist, this photo was possible infront of the Tower Bridge (@ Luke: thanks for Emily's gift - as you can see it was instantly in use! )



What a wonderful day in London!



View to the Tower of London near Traitor's Gate:



As we wanted to cross the Thames via one of the bridges, we decided to visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition tour. Great views from the top: The Queen's Walk and H.M.S. Belfast.



Sugar Quay Walk and Tower Millenium Pier.







One last view of the Tower Bridge before heading back to the hotel:



Back at Trafalgar Square, The Crypt of St. Martin-in-the-Fields was our destination to celebrate P-Day in London. Paul Jassies and my girls:



Sharkman!!!



Some 3646 got together...



The chatting never ends! Nad and Thorsten:



The Crypt - very cool location for hosting more than 170 (!) paneristi...!



Thanks for looking that far... please stay tuned for 11.3!
Volker






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October 2nd, 2012, 8:00 am #14

I'll continue with the 2nd part of my P-Day report below.

Saturday morning started "very british" with this photo view near St. James's Park:



A wonderful sunny saturday was waiting for us. Lucky with the weather - no question!



Infront of Buckingham Palace, filling up with people...



My "official P-Day#11 London shot":



Did I mentioned that we were lucky with the weather? The Queen Victoria Memorial:



After spending some time in Covent Garden we walked to Trafalgar Square / National Gallery:





St. Martin-in-the-Fields - a few hours later our location for the main event:



With the help of a friendly tourist, this photo was possible infront of the Tower Bridge (@ Luke: thanks for Emily's gift - as you can see it was instantly in use! )



What a wonderful day in London!



View to the Tower of London near Traitor's Gate:



As we wanted to cross the Thames via one of the bridges, we decided to visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition tour. Great views from the top: The Queen's Walk and H.M.S. Belfast.



Sugar Quay Walk and Tower Millenium Pier.







One last view of the Tower Bridge before heading back to the hotel:



Back at Trafalgar Square, The Crypt of St. Martin-in-the-Fields was our destination to celebrate P-Day in London. Paul Jassies and my girls:



Sharkman!!!



Some 3646 got together...



The chatting never ends! Nad and Thorsten:



The Crypt - very cool location for hosting more than 170 (!) paneristi...!



Thanks for looking that far... please stay tuned for 11.3!
Volker






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Lovely to see you again mate.

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October 2nd, 2012, 8:02 am #15

I'll continue with the 2nd part of my P-Day report below.

Saturday morning started "very british" with this photo view near St. James's Park:



A wonderful sunny saturday was waiting for us. Lucky with the weather - no question!



Infront of Buckingham Palace, filling up with people...



My "official P-Day#11 London shot":



Did I mentioned that we were lucky with the weather? The Queen Victoria Memorial:



After spending some time in Covent Garden we walked to Trafalgar Square / National Gallery:





St. Martin-in-the-Fields - a few hours later our location for the main event:



With the help of a friendly tourist, this photo was possible infront of the Tower Bridge (@ Luke: thanks for Emily's gift - as you can see it was instantly in use! )



What a wonderful day in London!



View to the Tower of London near Traitor's Gate:



As we wanted to cross the Thames via one of the bridges, we decided to visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition tour. Great views from the top: The Queen's Walk and H.M.S. Belfast.



Sugar Quay Walk and Tower Millenium Pier.







One last view of the Tower Bridge before heading back to the hotel:



Back at Trafalgar Square, The Crypt of St. Martin-in-the-Fields was our destination to celebrate P-Day in London. Paul Jassies and my girls:



Sharkman!!!



Some 3646 got together...



The chatting never ends! Nad and Thorsten:



The Crypt - very cool location for hosting more than 170 (!) paneristi...!



Thanks for looking that far... please stay tuned for 11.3!
Volker






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Joined: January 25th, 2005, 9:56 am

October 2nd, 2012, 9:32 am #16

I'll continue with the 2nd part of my P-Day report below.

Saturday morning started "very british" with this photo view near St. James's Park:



A wonderful sunny saturday was waiting for us. Lucky with the weather - no question!



Infront of Buckingham Palace, filling up with people...



My "official P-Day#11 London shot":



Did I mentioned that we were lucky with the weather? The Queen Victoria Memorial:



After spending some time in Covent Garden we walked to Trafalgar Square / National Gallery:





St. Martin-in-the-Fields - a few hours later our location for the main event:



With the help of a friendly tourist, this photo was possible infront of the Tower Bridge (@ Luke: thanks for Emily's gift - as you can see it was instantly in use! )



What a wonderful day in London!



View to the Tower of London near Traitor's Gate:



As we wanted to cross the Thames via one of the bridges, we decided to visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition tour. Great views from the top: The Queen's Walk and H.M.S. Belfast.



Sugar Quay Walk and Tower Millenium Pier.







One last view of the Tower Bridge before heading back to the hotel:



Back at Trafalgar Square, The Crypt of St. Martin-in-the-Fields was our destination to celebrate P-Day in London. Paul Jassies and my girls:



Sharkman!!!



Some 3646 got together...



The chatting never ends! Nad and Thorsten:



The Crypt - very cool location for hosting more than 170 (!) paneristi...!



Thanks for looking that far... please stay tuned for 11.3!
Volker






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October 2nd, 2012, 10:26 am #17

I'll continue with the 2nd part of my P-Day report below.

Saturday morning started "very british" with this photo view near St. James's Park:



A wonderful sunny saturday was waiting for us. Lucky with the weather - no question!



Infront of Buckingham Palace, filling up with people...



My "official P-Day#11 London shot":



Did I mentioned that we were lucky with the weather? The Queen Victoria Memorial:



After spending some time in Covent Garden we walked to Trafalgar Square / National Gallery:





St. Martin-in-the-Fields - a few hours later our location for the main event:



With the help of a friendly tourist, this photo was possible infront of the Tower Bridge (@ Luke: thanks for Emily's gift - as you can see it was instantly in use! )



What a wonderful day in London!



View to the Tower of London near Traitor's Gate:



As we wanted to cross the Thames via one of the bridges, we decided to visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition tour. Great views from the top: The Queen's Walk and H.M.S. Belfast.



Sugar Quay Walk and Tower Millenium Pier.







One last view of the Tower Bridge before heading back to the hotel:



Back at Trafalgar Square, The Crypt of St. Martin-in-the-Fields was our destination to celebrate P-Day in London. Paul Jassies and my girls:



Sharkman!!!



Some 3646 got together...



The chatting never ends! Nad and Thorsten:



The Crypt - very cool location for hosting more than 170 (!) paneristi...!



Thanks for looking that far... please stay tuned for 11.3!
Volker






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sdumperth
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Joined: April 13th, 2011, 11:43 am

October 2nd, 2012, 12:29 pm #18

I'll continue with the 2nd part of my P-Day report below.

Saturday morning started "very british" with this photo view near St. James's Park:



A wonderful sunny saturday was waiting for us. Lucky with the weather - no question!



Infront of Buckingham Palace, filling up with people...



My "official P-Day#11 London shot":



Did I mentioned that we were lucky with the weather? The Queen Victoria Memorial:



After spending some time in Covent Garden we walked to Trafalgar Square / National Gallery:





St. Martin-in-the-Fields - a few hours later our location for the main event:



With the help of a friendly tourist, this photo was possible infront of the Tower Bridge (@ Luke: thanks for Emily's gift - as you can see it was instantly in use! )



What a wonderful day in London!



View to the Tower of London near Traitor's Gate:



As we wanted to cross the Thames via one of the bridges, we decided to visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition tour. Great views from the top: The Queen's Walk and H.M.S. Belfast.



Sugar Quay Walk and Tower Millenium Pier.







One last view of the Tower Bridge before heading back to the hotel:



Back at Trafalgar Square, The Crypt of St. Martin-in-the-Fields was our destination to celebrate P-Day in London. Paul Jassies and my girls:



Sharkman!!!



Some 3646 got together...



The chatting never ends! Nad and Thorsten:



The Crypt - very cool location for hosting more than 170 (!) paneristi...!



Thanks for looking that far... please stay tuned for 11.3!
Volker






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papillonvic
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October 2nd, 2012, 12:31 pm #19

I'll continue with the 2nd part of my P-Day report below.

Saturday morning started "very british" with this photo view near St. James's Park:



A wonderful sunny saturday was waiting for us. Lucky with the weather - no question!



Infront of Buckingham Palace, filling up with people...



My "official P-Day#11 London shot":



Did I mentioned that we were lucky with the weather? The Queen Victoria Memorial:



After spending some time in Covent Garden we walked to Trafalgar Square / National Gallery:





St. Martin-in-the-Fields - a few hours later our location for the main event:



With the help of a friendly tourist, this photo was possible infront of the Tower Bridge (@ Luke: thanks for Emily's gift - as you can see it was instantly in use! )



What a wonderful day in London!



View to the Tower of London near Traitor's Gate:



As we wanted to cross the Thames via one of the bridges, we decided to visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition tour. Great views from the top: The Queen's Walk and H.M.S. Belfast.



Sugar Quay Walk and Tower Millenium Pier.







One last view of the Tower Bridge before heading back to the hotel:



Back at Trafalgar Square, The Crypt of St. Martin-in-the-Fields was our destination to celebrate P-Day in London. Paul Jassies and my girls:



Sharkman!!!



Some 3646 got together...



The chatting never ends! Nad and Thorsten:



The Crypt - very cool location for hosting more than 170 (!) paneristi...!



Thanks for looking that far... please stay tuned for 11.3!
Volker






representin' the DNA of Panerai
Thanks for sharing Volker ,

All the best,

Vic

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October 2nd, 2012, 12:32 pm #20



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