My Favorite Place in London
In my last two posts, I wrote about the City of London. To see the buildings and streets while riding bus 15 takes you quickly to Kings Cross Station and Trafalgar Square.
The National Gallery of Art and the National Portrait Gallery is there for all to see for free. The first museum is vast, and to be able to have a good experience a good meal is essential.
Down in the crypt of St Martin-in-the-Fields lovely meals are served all day. You get a variety of healthy food quite cheap. No wonder that it’s sometimes hard to find an available table. You get used to sitting on old tombstones.
In the church, they have lovely classical concerts several times a week. They call them Candlelight Concerts.
Afterwards, you can take bus 24 to Camden Town or Hamstead Heath in one direction or to Victoria or Pimlico and Tate Gallery in the other direction. You get an Oystercard online before you travel to London and with that card, you can go everywhere by bus or by the underground. You could also stay in the area and walk to St James’ Park or take the bus 9 to Knightsbridge, Hyde Park and Kensington High Street.