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My favourite part of London, and the only
bit of town that I'd leave Suffolk to stroll
along again, is the Queen's Walk from
Westminster Bridge along the South Bank
all the way to Blackfriars Bridge, the Black
Friar pub (a quick diversion to the north
side of the river) and Borough Market.
Oh, and the old galleried pub The George
off Borough High Street. The walk passes
the London Eye, the Royal Festival Hall
complex, the National Theatre and National Film Theatre, a sprawling second-hand
book market outside the Film Theatre, the footbridge to St Paul's and the City,
'Shakespeare's Globe' Theatre, the old Clink prison, the 'Golden Hind' replica,
Southwark Cathedral, and, a bit further on, HMS Belfast. What more could you ask for?
Well, half way along is Sir Giles Gilbert Scott's Bankside Power Station, converted into
the Tate Modern art gallery in 2000, and apparently the most popular in the world. I
don't like 90% of the 'art', but the building is amazing. Here are a few of the 4.2 million
bricks that make up the exterior, plus a serendipitous pigeon that I didn't know I'd
caught in the frame.
My favourite part of London, and the only bit of town that I'd leave Suffolk to stroll
along again, is the Queen's Walk from Westminster Bridge along the South Bank all the
way to Blackfriars Bridge, the Black Friar pub (a quick diversion to the north side of the
river) and Borough Market. Oh, and the old galleried pub The George off Borough High
Street. The walk passes the London Eye, the Royal Festival Hall complex, the National
Theatre and National Film Theatre, a sprawling second-hand book market outside the
Film Theatre, the footbridge to St Paul's and the City, 'Shakespeare's Globe' Theatre,
the old Clink prison, the 'Golden Hind' replica, Southwark Cathedral, and, a bit further
on, HMS Belfast. What more could you ask for?
Well, half way along is Sir Giles Gilbert Scott's Bankside Power Station, converted into
the Tate Modern art gallery in 2000, and apparently the most popular in the world. I
don't like 90% of the 'art', but the building is amazing. Here are a few of the 4.2 million
bricks that make up the exterior, plus a serendipitous pigeon that I didn't know I'd
caught in the frame.
My favourite part of London, and the only
bit of town that I'd leave Suffolk to stroll
along again, is the Queen's Walk from
Westminster Bridge along the South Bank
all the way to Blackfriars Bridge, the Black
Friar pub (a quick diversion to the north
side of the river) and Borough Market.
Oh, and the old galleried pub The George
off Borough High Street. The walk passes
the London Eye, the Royal Festival Hall
complex, the National Theatre and National Film Theatre, a sprawling second-hand
book market outside the Film Theatre, the footbridge to St Paul's and the City,
'Shakespeare's Globe' Theatre, the old Clink prison, the 'Golden Hind' replica,
Southwark Cathedral, and, a bit further on, HMS Belfast. What more could you ask for?
Well, half way along is Sir Giles Gilbert Scott's Bankside Power Station, converted into
the Tate Modern art gallery in 2000, and apparently the most popular in the world. I
don't like 90% of the 'art', but the building is amazing. Here are a few of the 4.2 million
bricks that make up the exterior, plus a serendipitous pigeon that I didn't know I'd
caught in the frame.

Tate Modern plus pigeon

My favourite part of London, and the only bit of town that I'd leave Suffolk to stroll along again, is the Queen's Walk from Westminster Bridge along the South Bank all the way to Blackfriars Bridge, the Black Friar pub (a quick diversion to the north side of the river) and Borough Market.  Oh, and the old galleried pub The George off Borough High Street. The walk passes the London Eye, the Royal Festival Hall complex, the National Theatre and National Film Theatre, a sprawling second-hand book market outside the Film Theatre, the footbridge to St Paul's and the City, 'Shakespeare's Globe' Theatre, the old Clink prison, the 'Golden Hind' replica, Southwark Cathedral, and, a bit further on, HMS Belfast. What more could you ask for?

Well, half way along is Sir Giles Gilbert Scott's Bankside Power Station, converted into the Tate Modern art gallery in 2000, and apparently the most popular in the world. I don't like 90% of the 'art', but the building is amazing.  Here are a few of the 4.2 million bricks that make up the exterior, plus a serendipitous pigeon that I didn't know I'd caught in the frame.

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