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Over the Sea to Scotland – Part 4 (Homeward via London)

London, Again

To wrap things up, and because there are a couple more photos I really like, here’s a little post about our last two nights and one full day in London before heading home. We stayed in a different neighborhood this time, right across from the Victoria and Albert Museum with its magnificent cafe rooms (alas, not visited this time) and splendid gift shop. This might be the best museum gift shop in London, if anyone cares about that sort of thing. Our hotel steered us to Pierino. We found Orsini on our own. Both were reasonable, friendly, neighborhood-style Italian restaurants and very enjoyable.

We were more than ready to slow down, walk along Green Park and Piccadilly, meet a friend for lunch and poke around Waterstones. There’s a pretty cafe/restaurant/bar there, as well, with a terrific rooftops-over-London view.

I do love this photo of Fortnum’s window. Well, I love the window and that eau de nil signature color.

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Now, can anyone guess where this was taken? (You don’t see that in an elevator every day.)

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That’s the end of this adventure! Read the previous entries, if you like: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3.

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