I have been fortunate enough to visit London a few times, and London has always been my favourite place to go on vacation. But this time, it was like looking at this wonderful city through a different set of lenses. I went to places in London that I had never visited, or even heard of, and when I went back to the sites I had been to in the past, I saw things that I hadn’t noticed before. Our friend Wendy recounts her adventure in London, finding Diana and Matthew’s old friends and places.
In our last post of London, we’re indulging with Battenberg cake and good tea, plus books, and wine! Bordering Mayfair, you’ll find two locations on Piccadilly named in The Book of Life: the Wolseley and Hatchards. They are both a “must-see” in London, and they’re relatively close to Clairmont House. Leaving Clairmont House at your back, start with Hatchards, and then proceed to the Wolseley, before heading in the direction of St. James’s Palace to visit Pickering Place (Marcus’s house), and wine nirvana, Berry Brothers & Rudd. If you want to continue to the Royal Society, you will only need to walk for another 10 minutes.