The zzzland Times

Our travel
memories

(This is) London 3

 

Updated 08-2020


*added pictures and video to "Cutty Sark"

* added a video showing Catherine Walker's Boutique

 

In this page:

  •  Churchill Museum and War rooms
  • Greenwich, the Old Royal Navy College and Museum
  • The Cutty Sark
  • The Chelsea Physic Garden
  • Masterpiece London (Annual event)
  • Spencer House
  • Afternoon Tea at Brown's
  • Leighton House Museum
  • Ronnie Scott's Jazz club
  • The Temple Church
  • The Foundling House
  • Syon House
  • Hampstead Heath
  • Dulwich Picture gallery
  • Ocean liners exhibition (V&A)
  • Hotel and B&Bs we have stayed in


 
 

Greenwich

Cutty Sark

A video of my visit to the CUTTY SARK

 

The Chelsea Physic Garden

 
 
Our current Bed and Breakfast in Chelsea. A great place to stay. Our home away from home for our last 10 stays in London. It's on Old Church Street, the oldest street in Chelsea.
(Between The King's Road and Fulham street)

Fulham Road

The Shard

Our favorite restaurant in London

Afternoon tea at Brown's

 
 

A little video walking around Syon Park

 

John Keats (October 1795 --23 February 1821) was an English Romantic poet. Along with Lord Byron and Shelley, he was one of the key figures in the second generation of the Romantic movement, despite the fact that his work had been in publication for only four years before his death.

It was a fascinating visit. We had a guided tour. The tree shown is original. Keats used look at through the downstairs parlor window. He slept in the parlor because he suffered (and would die) from TB.