These are from a place (I dont have my book so cant remember the name) but its a minature of London...
The Warren Street Maze was designed by Alan Fletcher, a god among graphic designers (this is wait the book said so feel I have to note this). Since the average interval between tubes is 3 minutes, Flectcher created a puzzle that would take longer to solve, how lovely and frustrating of him!
Beneath the scholary air that hangs over this collection of Eqyptian antiquities, lurks some very saucy artefacts.One of the artefacts is a marble bas relief of the Egyptian god, Min. Apparently he ate a lot of lettuce which is why his **ah-hem** is horizantal and massive...
The grand Portland Stone edifice of Somerset House is a place of merriment, arts, concerts and sedate riverside dining. But beneath the elegance and grandeur lies a little-known sequence of passages, chambers and vaults. We took a remarkable tour beneath the famous courtyard and into the ‘Deadhouse’, which contains the gravestones of 17th Century courtiers
Well, it turns out I did one of the things without even knowing it!! Kensington Roof Gardens is on the 6th floor of 99 Derry Street and dates back from the 1930s. Its now been turned into a restuarant and nightclub which is a bit of a shame but I have to say the food way great and on the flip side I am pretty sure you wouldnt be able to see the gardens unless they have the restaurant.
Note to those interested in going...book in advance and save your pennies!
This isnt my picture, its from here