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  • Hitting the ground running in fabulous London!Day 1 : 8th May 2008 (Thursday) Hitting the ground running in fabulous London! AKA Schlepping across the Thames, thrice AKA Mayhem on the Tube Today was our first big day, and we might have been a little overly ambitious looking Posted by sharon1306 in Travel bites: Europe is best seen with f | May 19, 2017
  • 7 SISTERS TO SILVER STREET: following a Roman road [center] [/center] ===Tottenham and Edmonton are places that are lesser-known to me, and, I suspect, to many others. You may well wonder Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | May 13, 2017
  • A GARDEN OF DELIGHTS [center] [/center] ===Here is a real surprise embedded in a busy urban area. Close to both Dalston Junction and Dalston Kingsland Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | May 11, 2017
  • THE EVERYMAN==Louis Patisserie is one of the older of my memories of Hampstead, but it is not nearly as old as the nearby Everyman Cinema, just off Heath Street in Holly Vale. Its building was constructed in 1883 as a military Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | May 9, 2017
  • Remembering the Holocaust in Haringey[center][/center] ==In the grounds of Bruce Castle, about which I will write in the future, there is a small fenced-off Garden Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | May 6, 2017
  • LITTLE ALBANIA ... IN TOTTENHAM[center][/center] ==I chanced upon this place whilst exploring Tottenham High Road. I was looking for somewhere to have a coffee when I noticed 'La Barca', an Posted by ADAMYAMEY in ALBANIA 1984 AND 2016 | May 1, 2017
  • HAMPSTEAD HAUNTS == Hampstead, high above the rest of London, does not have its own Sacre Coeur, but in all other respects it easily rivals Paris's high point, Montmartre, both in its beauty and its history. == [center][img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/8711 Posted by ADAMYAMEY in AROUND HAMPSTEAD | Apr 30, 2017
  • MONKS and NUNS, MARX and LENIN[center][i]Many years ago, in the 1980s, I was invited to join a friend for lunch at a trendy restaurant in Clerkenwell Green. A mutual friend joined us. We ordered our meal. When it arrived, there was far more empty space Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Apr 23, 2017
  • OUT OF INDIA [center][/center] ==Ever since the 17th century, people from the Indian subcontinent have been arriving in London, and settling there. Some of the ear Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Apr 19, 2017
  • POLITICIANS, PROSTITUTES, and PRIVATE CLUBS[center][/center] I have been visiting Curzon Street in London’s Mayfair for many decades, usually to watch a film at the Curzo Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Apr 11, 2017
  • A TRAIL OF TASTY DISHES IN NOTTING HILL GATEAt least 20 years ago, The Ark Restaurant in Notting Hill Gate, next to the quirky Notting Hill Books, was one of the best places to eat out in this part of Kensington. It served traditional French food, cooked very Posted by ADAMYAMEY in SOME RESTAURANT REVIEWS | Apr 7, 2017
  • THE BOROUGH MARKETS LondonBorough Market is London’s most renowned food market; a source of exceptional British and international produce. It is a haven for Posted by Bruco in Farmers Markets around the World | Dec 24, 2015
  • SECRET LONDON: Astor's amazing edifice [center][/center] A few years ago, after entertaining my friend Roy Moxham to lunch at Middle Temple Hall, he took me to se Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Mar 25, 2017
  • ENJOY ART AND NATURE IN CANONBURY[center][/center] I have been visiting Upper Street in Islington ever since I was quite young. When I was a child, my parents used to take me to Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Mar 24, 2017
  • BARBICAN BLUES[center][/center] We have the hostilities between Germany and Britain during the 1940s to thank (or to Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Mar 19, 2017
  • TO THE LIGHT HOUSE, with apologies to Virginia Woolf![center][/center] For those literary types, who are hoping that this about Virginia Woolf, please forgive me because it is not. I th Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Mar 17, 2017
  • WALKING IN AND AROUND WAPPING[center][/center] [center][b][i]I thought that I knew all about Wapping until I met Fergy. He spent a sunny day with me Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Mar 15, 2017
  • WOOLWICH - above and belowMy wife is a legal professional. Her work takes her to courts all over Greater London. When I am not working, I often meet her near a court, where she is working, for lunch or a snack. Recently, she was Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Mar 8, 2017
  • VERDANT VAUXHALL[center][/center] Vauxhall is a district of south-west London on the right bank of the River Thames. It is said that a Ru Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Mar 5, 2017
  • EMIRATES AIR LINE Since time immemorial, a good view of London could be obtained by climbing up to the top of what is now known as Parliament Hill. Of course, many centuries ago there would have been little or nothing of what is Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Feb 26, 2017
  • The colour of life[center][/center] I may not know why I like art but I do know that I have always loved it. Something not a lot of people know about me is that before I wanted to be a writer, Posted by BillLehane in Silly Billy | Feb 26, 2017
  • VICTORIAN SPLENDOUR[center][/center] [b]If you are lucky enough to be invited to attend a function at the National Liberal Club in Whitehall Place, do at Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Feb 17, 2017
  • HERALDRY: College of Arms[b]The College of Arms was founded in 1484. It has nothing to do with weapons. It is the official body that regulates the use of coats of arms and other heraldic emblems. [center][img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/871159/large_CH_1.jpg caption=Coll Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Feb 14, 2017
  • THROUGH A LONDON EYE==[center]Here are a few pictures, which I have taken in London over the years. All of them have been previously published on my photo website ... [[http://www.ipernity.com/home/adam]][/center]== [center][img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/8 Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Jan 10, 2017
  • New DESIGN MUSEUMIn 1837, the Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen wrote his “Kejserens nye Klæder” (‘The Emperor’s New Clothes’). Two tailors weave some new clothes for the Emperor. No one can see them because they were invisible, they had no substance at Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Jan 8, 2017
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