The first time I went to London, Our hotel was near the & rsquo; St Paul's Church, close to the city. But the & rsquo; crazy atmosphere that I m ​​& rsquo; m imagined reign there & rsquo; had to flee the area of ​​London : not my thing I m & rsquo; was told.

As j & rsquo; had wrongly ! With that Hachette Guide * j & rsquo; had tested a few months earlier, Vianney and I discovered this area in & rsquo; hallucinating architecture. Marjolaine Koch, l & rsquo; m author of this walk & rsquo; confided that c & rsquo; was by far his favorite, and I & rsquo;'ve done really well of & rsquo; listen.

J & rsquo; suprise actually, I m & rsquo; waiting for buildings, des buildings, des buildings, offices which spin you torticollis, very pretentious statues, busy people, du stress… But I don & rsquo; saw nothing of it.

J & rsquo;'ve seen churches, churches, churches (there are fifty in the city), rub shoulders with buildings & rsquo; impressive modern architecture.


And as we walked there in the late afternoon around 19h, c & rsquo; is chatting English amid a handmade beer in tiny streets we discovered this special atmosphere. With this nice weather we would almost raw in the streets of Lisbon, and I told myself never to Paris I n & rsquo; had seen so after work relaxation… Ah those English, I love them !
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* Hunts and puzzles in London : I highly recommend this guide, which is very well done, it offers d & rsquo; excellent walks. By careful against, not to do evil awakened morning, or late in the day if you have sore legs, s it & rsquo; quickly angry if we do not find the & rsquo; puzzle that lets you get to the & rsquo; next step… Any ressemblence with a small person is coincidental existed…