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Our walk started in high temperatures¬†at High Holborn and ended at the Royal Courts of Justice. We passed some of the markets and trading areas,¬†encountered an actual hill at Saffron Hill and the site of the once infamous Fields Lane where ‘Oliver Twist’ was largely based. 511 more words

Course Walks

jet lagging

probably a good motto to have this week,…….

so beyond hard to be with one person no matter who (and especially in this case) for two weeks. 34 more words

Keep It Together

Bedford Row Robinias

Bedford Row is a very handsome eighteenth century London street, in some ways more handsome than it’s Bloomsbury neighbours north of the Theobald’s Road divide. It is wider than Great James Street and softer than Doughty Street, it is lined largely by fine Georgian terraces, (the exception being a post-war infill half way up on the western side), now mostly law firms and esoteric consultancy businesses. 131 more words


The Man From Snowy River

Since I touched on the subject of my childhood in the last post, I thought I would further explore the theme. Back in the days, Limerick had a cinema down Bedford Row and it was a dingy affair. 766 more words