Wednesday, January 9

Dickens' London

The Soho walk

Foggy Sunday morning
Pillars of Hercules. Greek St, Soho. Mentioned in a Tale of Two Cities. Just off  Manette st.

Hazlitts. Dates back to 1718. Named after the essayist William Hazlitt who died in the house 1830.

On Frith St, Soho. W/ camera and guide book :)

Royalty House where Dickens managed, directed and acted in 'Every man and his Humour'. 

The Broad Street Pump with the John Snow pub in the background

Karl Marx lived in the apartments above this restaurant for a short amount of years.







Golden Square

St Anne's Church. Where Lucie Manette and Darney get married in A Tale of Two Cities :)
Seven Dials. In Dicken's time, the most notorious slums in London



A walk through Chelsea

Chelsea Bridge



Christopher Wren's Royal Chelsea Hospital








Chelsea Gallery











2 comments:

  1. Hi Jess, absolutely love your pics makes me want to be there walking with you and soaking up all of the wonderful history and beauty .Am so looking forward to seeing you, enjoy your last weeks in London. xox Ma...

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