One of the many odd things about London is the lack of tube stations/ trains on the south side of the Thames. Instead, we have to take trains and buses. In the tube you maybe have to wait 5 minutes for a train to arrive whereas the trains in South London come much less often… Read More Pictures Galleries for the People
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This blog’s lovely namesake is the famous and massive department store- Liberty of London! It is famous for bringing in ‘Oriental’ designs to London’s elite. They are known for their home goods, fabrics, scarves and clothing. I found out they were the subject of a museum exhibit so I HAD to go! Fashion… Read More Liberty of London
More Reading Week adventures! Freud Museum London As you would expect, this museum is dedicated to the father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud! It was his home for the last year or so of his life. Now, perhaps you are thinking, “Freud in London? Didn’t he practice in Vienna?” and you would be correct!… Read More Fun with Freud
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Hampton Court Palace 02.16.2016
It’s reading week! Yay! Last term, I went on my great northern adventure to Edinburgh. I’m sure you all remember it well! Yes? Okay good! If not check out the first post here X. This term, I actually have three meetings in London so going off was not really an option. Instead I… Read More Kings, Courtiers & Gardens