About this time last year I’d just finished a Thelma-and-Louise kind of road trip (exclude the ending, of course) to New England with my cousin to see fall foliage. The series of travel posts begins here. This year, it’s London, England.
Here are the highlights of our short, five-day escape to London on the week of Oct. 3-7. Detailed blog posts to come.
Monday — The Go-Between at the historic Apollo Theatre (since 1901) on Shaftesbury Avenue. Leading star is Michael Crawford, the original Phantom.
Tuesday — Tate Modern, Georgia O’Keeffe Exhibit. No photos allowed for that exhibit, but I was free to take artworks from other areas in brilliant Tate Modern. Here’s one I love the best. View from its 10th floor observation level:
Wednesday — Day trip to Cambridge:
Thursday — The British Library, King’s Cross and the St. Pancras Stations. Why a train and tube station could be the highlights of the day? Wait and see. Here’s St. Pancras Station:
Friday — Which zebra crossing (those in N. America, no zebra, just pedestrian) is a point of interest for world visitors?
And which movie puts a community and street market on the to-see list of visiting cinephiles and antique hunters?
Detailed London posts coming up.
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