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The Old Royal Stock Exchange, Cornhill, London, England

The Old Royal Stock Exchange ~ Cornhill, London, England - I'm not into stocks, but for this building I could be.

Covent Garden Londres

The Tea House - 15 Neal Street, Covent Garden, London. A little gem I once happened across, while strolling around Covent Garden.

Neal´s Yard - London, England

Streetside Cafe on Neal's Yard, London 'Given the invitation and the players involved, this seemed as safe a place to meet as any,' Martin Daniels.

Holland Park, the most romantic and densely wooded of the multitude of Lomdon parks......

Holland Park, the most romantic and densely wooded of the multitude of London parks. The area comprises a group of small gardens: the Dutch, Rose, Iris, and Japanese;

Natural History Museum, London

Great Hall of the Natural History Museum, London. The Natural History Museum is the is one of three large museums in London, England. This museum is also known as the British Museum.

St. John's Wood ,London - One of my favourite areas of London.  Walked around the area on my quest to find Abbey Road!

John's Wood ,London - One of my favourite areas of London. Walked around the area on my quest to find Abbey Road!

With so many choices eating in London can be difficult, if you’re looking for something different head to one of these wacky but wonderful restaurants.

Eating in London: Six wacky but wonderful restaurants

Eating in London - Sarastro - Delicious Mediterranean dining meets extravagant operatic style at this vibrant restaurant.

St Paul's at Night

I read that a Sir Christopher Wren put two stone pineapples on the top of two western towers at St Paul's cathedral, London. He said they are symbols of prosperity and hospitality

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