Anyway, if you would like to have a closer look at the boats and the lifestyle of their owners, we are happy to invite you to the “Canalway Cavalcade”, which will take place this weekend in Little Venice (walking distance from our hotel):
Remember when we posted about Sky Garden some time ago? Our friend was there since then and took a few pictures. Since we particularly like his work, we decided to share it here and let you enjoy as well https://dlugasek.com/2016/03/27/london-from-above/
You do not need a restaurant to find something good or uncommon (usually both). Go to Shoreditch on (whichever) Sunday and follow the nice smell. You will be brought to a car park transformed into food market with interesting cuisines from various parts of the world. And you will surely find a pint of something good to drink after your meal.
There is a museum in London showing the work of one Isambard Kingdom Brunel. An engineer ahead of his time. He built stunning bridges, railway lines and all infrastructure connected (including Paddington Station, just 5 minutes from the hotel) and first underwater tunnel (still used today, by London Overground).
If your mind leans towards the technical side of things, Brunel Museum is definitely a place for you to visit.
Tower Bridge is one of the most photographed spots in London. Therefore it makes me glad to introduce you to a picture which shows it from a different angle.http://dlugasek.com/2015/02/01/scaffolding/
As we like this photographer’s work, we might post something in the future as well, should he manage to take another interesting shot.