Tag Archives: London
For Floyd fans, a visit to the Victoria & Albert Museum in London by October 1st is a must. For any music fan of any generation, even if you are indifferent to output of Messrs Barrett, Waters, Wright, Mason & Gilmour, I urge you to make the effort to fully appreciate the influence the group […]
When meeting friends in London last Sunday, I was tasked with coming up with an itinerary, so I looked north. Our meeting point was Warwick Avenue tube station, from where we walked a few minutes to the Regents Canal and Little Venice. We had decided to take the narrow boat to Camden Lock, which leaves […]
Last week I went to the Sky Garden in London and was afforded some superb views. Situated in Fenchurch Street, it is free to go to but you have to book in advance – well worth the effort.
I took today’s photo last night from the roof of the TFL HQ at St James Park in London.
The beauty of having a smart phone on you at all times is that you always have a decent camera to hand should the opportunity present itself. As a frequent visitor to London for work, I often have the opportunity to snap something interesting. Yesterday for example I had a meeting at the RAC building […]
I am a huge Harry Potter fan and am reduced to child like tendencies in the presence of anything HP. I ventured to Kings Cross Station in London yesterday and was delighted to find a shop dedicated to the literary works of the wizardly tale. Inside stood a veritable treasure trove of Potter paraphernalia […]
With the news that there was a marble replica that would be in display in London for three days, I had of course to go and look for myself. I visited the historical site myself in May 2009 and you can see the replica and the original photographed by me below. This is how the […]
There was a time not too long ago when St Paul’s Cathedral was the tallest building within view of the River Thames. The wonderful piece of architecture famously designed by Sir Christopher Wren, took pride of place on the riverside skyline with the steeples of nearby churches standing in deference to their big brother. Then […]
Sometimes you stumble across a gem when you least expect it. This just happened to me between meetings in Farringdon as I walked through Ely Place. The tiny church was formerly the town chapel of the Bishop of Ely between 1250 & 1570. Some of the most colourful stained glass windows that I have ever […]
As tradition dictates (well I did it last year anyway!) it is time to share the famous Christmas Windows. It is indeed beginning to look a lot like Christmas!