More on two weeks in London…

Since I live in a city where owning a car is mandatory, where pedestrians are considered suspect and where erasing history is a municipal pastime, I love visiting places with great public transportation, welcoming public spaces, and which have been proudly shaped by a very visible history. I visited Soho (a lot) since that was … more…

It’s good to be the Queen

Since we don’t have a queen and covet theirs, I saw every palace I could get into. It is obviously good to be the Queen.  Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle were (not surprisingly) very grand, but both had the feeling of a well-loved and well-used building. And while the private apartments were not on the … more…