I could and would live in London. It was my favorite part of my own version of Chevy Chase's European adventure! The red double decker buses, the black cabs who had drivers that were known to be some of the smartest blokes around, the museums and architecture - I loved it all.
The pics below show you a place called Cafe in the Crypt. It was across from the museum and was located under the St. Martin in the Fields Church. It was built in the 18th century and they use local ingredients for their buffet style service. The grave markers form the floor and vaulted ceiilings create a quiet etherial atmosphere - a must see in London.
Now for some of the food we had in London. We had fish-n-chips at a pub one night and Bangers and Mash the next night. Peas must have been in season because we had them with every meal. Bangers and mash was sausage links and mashed potatoes by the way.
I don't know how many times Adrian and I were shushed at the museums or churches. We were the typical rowdy Americans...welll we talked louder than we should have. I got in trouble at the National Gallery in London for taking pictures of the floor. They were magnificent mosaics that I could not resist. The tiles were so tiny.