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Further Adventures in London


St. Bart’s.

Did I keep busy in London! I went Christmas shopping at Liberty’s with Amy (thanks to Maggie’s introduction), met up with Marian for a late lunch, went to a cookbook launch event at the Freemasons’ Hall (thanks to Henry), did the British Museum and a few great pubs with Steve and Andy (who were on a short vacation in London and Paris), and reveled in tea and knitting at Drink, Shop & Do with Emma. Plus Westminster Abbey, the Jewel TowerSt. Bart’s, the National Gallery, and a few other places I’m sure I’m forgetting.

Below: St. Bart’s, two photos from the Freemasons’ Hall, Steve and Andy at the Lamb & Flag on Rose Street in Covent Garden, the Tree of Life at the British Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum of Childhood.







(So many more photos to put up…York, Edinburgh and the Scotland tour, and I still haven’t gotten to Maryland or the last Peru post!)

3 Comments to Further Adventures in London

  1. Kate's Gravatar Kate
    December 1, 2010 at 10:49 am | Permalink

    I’m going to honest, that tree of life is a little lifeless. Also, I cannot believe that you were actually allowed to take photos at the British Museum.
    “Museum of Childhood” is something that every city should have 😉

  2. December 1, 2010 at 1:52 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for the photos. I like to be a virtual traveler!

  3. December 6, 2010 at 10:54 am | Permalink

    Did you read the story behind the Tree of Life?
    I don’t know, but they do; and I concur! It was really weird seeing Care Bears and other stuff we played with behind glass like they were ancient artifacts, but to kids today I guess they are. 😉

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