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Chez Michele, London Bridge

Hyde Park, London

{London Underground, Piccadilly Line}

Sherlock Holmes Pub, London

The Sherlock Holmes Museum, London bucket list

Standing 591-feet tall, with 41 floors is London’s skyscraper known as The Gherkin (yes, like the cucumber). The modern tower was carefully constructed with the help of parametric modeling amongst other math-savvy formulas so the architects could predict how to minimize whirlwinds around its base. The design’s tapered top and bulging center maximize ventilation. The building uses half the energy of other towers the same size.

The Queen's Walk on the South Bank of the River Thames in London

East End || click through for more 1801 Ordnance Survey 1" Old series

Twinings Tea, The Strand, London. The founder of Twinings was Thomas Twining. He opened Britain's first known tea room at No. 216 Strand, London, in 1706; it still operates today. The firm's logo, created in 1787, is the world's oldest in continuous use.

The Jewel House in the Tower of London, England (by Mollow2 on Flickr)

Fortnum and Mason: take tea in London ♥

Harrods, London, UK

Snowy London

Parliament Building, London

Terraced Houses and Wrought Iron Railings, Kensington, London

London. Bacon's Traveler Pocket Map, 1890.

An interesting shot of Tower Bridge in London