This is London's definition of a subway: a subterranean walkway to the museums from the tube station. lol!
We saw this exhibit. No pictures allowed. We also saw the fashion gallery where there were many many examples of fashion through the years.
(Can you tell which era I'm not that interested in? Insert it here. lol!)
Yummy lunch at the museum -- cheese and chutney sandwich, with a chickpea salad and a carrot salad.
Then we made our way to Islington, London and Camden Passage, where I went here!!!
Loop London! What a great shop! And I got to meet Anna Maltz, a talented knitwear designer whose first day of work was happening that day! (She is sweaterspotter on Instagram, a fun feed to follow.)
The colors -- so beautiful!
(Yes, I did buy something. I think I'll cover stash in another post.)
On the way back, we stopped at the Marble Arch (Trooping the Colour had happened earlier in the day.). There were some protesters there.
And we found Speaker's Corner in Hyde Park, although no one was speaking that day.
Speaker's Corner is another of those places you read about in books (including in Dickens). Amazing history.
We walked back to the flat through Hyde Park. We even saw an English Magpie. Didn't get a pic of it though.