by maryann johanson, liberal movie person
Thu Dec 10 2015, 09:55pm | 3 comments
One of the reasons I love London so much is that it is full of secret nooks and crannies like Ching Court, in Seven Dials, near Covent Garden. You step in off a busy street — if you even notice the entrance at all — to discover a quiet haven:
“One of the reasons I love London so much is that it is full of secret nooks and crannies”
Oh, me too! Even some places that aren’t so secret are amazingly picturesque, and make you think you’re in a different era. The beaten path is crowded with Londoners and tourists, as well as the places that cater to those crowds, but if you just keep going you’ll turn a corner, to find something that will stop you in your tracks.
After I saw these photos, I thought about moving to London. But I live in New York, which has the best nooks and crannies in the world.
That depends. I find that London has better nooks, but you really can’t beat New York for crannies. And, of course, New York also has plenty of crooks and nannies.
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