The Virginia Quay Settlers Monument, on the north shore of the River Thames, marks the embarkation point of the first English settlers of North America.
Earlier this year, we set off to ‘The Athens of the North’ to visit some of my old haunts, see the key sights once again
We’re not going to let the major Royal event of 2018 go without a mention! Referring of course to the marriage of Prince Harry and
Stroll around a seventeenth apothecary’s garden, followed by afternoon tea at the café. The Chelsea Physic Garden is a micro climate tucked away in Chelsea.
The chances are you’ll come across Shakespeare at least once during your visit to London! You might even visit the Globe Theatre for a performance.
The Restoration man! This is a portrait of King Charles II attributed to Thomas Hawker. It is an oil on canvas, painted circa 1680 that
This is a portrait of the ‘Chief of Men’, Oliver Cromwell, by Robert Walker. It is an oil on canvas and was painted in 1649
This is one of a collection of buildings in Whitehall that was the centre of British naval power from the mid-1700’s to the 1960’s.
Behind a wall to the north of The Mall is a house built in 1711 for the 1st Duke of Marlborough – the same 1st
We joined a tour of Somerset House in central London recently. Here’s how it went. Somerset House was built by the Duke of Somerset and