In the past, one of my favorite things to do was walk around London early on a Saturday or Sunday morning. The streets were empty, and it was easy to glimpse unique views I’d hurry past on any other busy day.
I'm missing walking through the city, and I've decided to live vicariously through my past self: here are the photos I took on my walks around The City during the London Open House.
Stuck at home and missing London Open House 2020, so I'm reliving my London Open House 2019. Enjoy!
Every September, London hosts an open house, throwing open doors to a myriad of places the casual tourist may not be able to get into. I thought I’d relive my 2019 Open House weekend by sharing my favorite locales. First up, the Royal Courts of Justice!
The first time anyone walks the Strand, as they pass this building, their steps slow ever so slightly as they wonder, Is it a palace? Is it a castle? Why isn’t this on my list of things to see?
The interior of this building is something you don’t ever want to be forced to see!
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