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The dreamers of Wren’s church

Christopher Wren’s church in Piccadilly, London has an unusual relationship with spirituality. The darkness of the whole interior does not give prominence to the altar but rather hides it; a Baroque stained glass window offers a series of symbolic representations of Jesus Christ, despite that the religious function of the building appears blurred. 239 more words


Jermyn St Cafe at Waterstones Piccadilly : Rustic and Cheap

If there’s one thing you can be certain about London it’s that there will never be a shortage of cafés. Often times there are just too many and we don’t know where to go. 491 more words


Dating London

Sitting by my window, reading Kokoro and listening to my Sunday Rough trade east discovery from Cocorosie’s latest album, I felt my cheeks turning red and warm. 178 more words

Nassia Kapa

London Star Hotel

London Star Hotel

3-star hotel

51-53 Steyne Road, Acton, London, W3 9NU, United Kingdom –

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The modern Blue Star
Hotel is a 2-minute walk from… 34 more words


Piccadilly, London

It’s only a story. I write stories, extrapolate lives and fictions from facts and faces. A Farce is a series of natural reactions from a single or series of situations by characters wishing to avoid discovery.  966 more words

Christmas at Fortnum & Mason 2015

Visiting Fortnum & Mason in the run up to Christmas has been an annual highlight for me – long before we started supplying our iced biscuits to the Food Hall. 176 more words