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"One of the Most Agreeable Walks in London" - a stroll through The Green Park

“No inhabitant of the metropolis, and scarcely any person who has visited it, needs to be told that the spot delineated in the annexed view forms one of the most agreeable walks in London.” (Ackermann’s… 662 more words

High Society


It seems that in my desire to explore new places and discover the unknown parts of London, I have missed some of the very obvious central touristy locations.  691 more words


500 Writing Prompts: Message in a Bottle

In an effort to increase my writing productivity I purchased Piccadilly’s 500 Writing Prompts on a recent visit to Barnes & Noble.

I’ve never bought a book like this before. 398 more words


Dreams Becoming Reality

British Museum

The Rosetta Stone

Part of the Great Sphinx

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Inside the Palace Theater

Opening set to Cursed Child… 1,963 more words


Back to London

After our four hour train ride, I was more than thrilled to get back to London! Scotland was great, but I missed London a lot. We also had the Cursed Child book release party to get to that night. 1,014 more words


Journey From Hell

How not to spend a Wednesday, specifically a Wednesday in late October 2013: make a journey from Glasgow to London over land, and find just about everything that can go wrong does go wrong. 934 more words


Structures of Resting and Waiting: Porters in Nineteenth-Century London

‘At the suggestion of RA Slaney Esq who for 20 years represented Shrewsbury in Parliament, this porters rest was erected in 1861 by the vestry of St George Hanover Square for the benefit of porters and others carrying burden as a relic of a past period in London’s history. 18 more words