The view from my window.

I’m not one for bragging, but after years living in a basement, or a ground floor flat, it’s nice to be afforded some views, especially when it’s Friday evening, work is 48 hours away, you have a personal treasure of two beers,  a chair on the balcony and a sunset that looks like this:

And it’s hard to moan even when it’s Saturday and, obviously, the weather looks like this:
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9 Responses to The view from my window.

  1. lexklein says:

    Two beers for the next 48 hours? Get to the store, man! Haha, seriously, your views look amazing; I always love a view of activity, even if (or especially when) I am not currently a part of it. Do you ever get used to that fog/cloudiness?


    • awtytravels says:

      Hi Lexi. To be fair, London’s air is usually quite clear, especially when it’s windy. I’ve been in places where the air was notoriously more polluted, such as Northern Italy in the winter.

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  2. LaVagabonde says:

    Brag away, bud. You deserve it. 🙂

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    • awtytravels says:

      Hehehe! That’s up until the fella upstairs reminds me that, unlike him, I’m renting (and that his flat is twice as big as mine and I don’t have a Beemer in my parking slot. Wait, I don’t even have a parking slot!)


  3. It’s nice to have a view, I can totally relate.. living on the 8th floor 🙂

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    • awtytravels says:

      I used to live on the 8th floor in Turin, with a great view of the Alps and the Monviso from the other side. It was brilliant! Now I’m 2 floors down, but still… It might be me, but living in a block of flats is better than in a large one-floor house, don’t know why.

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  4. Personal treasure, hahah 😊 I love weekends, too, and I wouldn’t mind a view like that!

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