Spring has definitely come to London and with the cherry blossom blooming, I decided to step away from the books and head out into the sunshine.
Of course my little walk had to include some architecture/educational element 😉
This is St. Mark’s in Primrose Hill. It looks like a little chapel on the outside but is quite spacious inside. The local community host regular classical music concerts here, and there is a beautiful eighteenth-century Italian organ inside. I like.
This picture takes me back to Venice, with its Lion of St. Mark symbolism scattered all over the city.
Sun’s out and so are the toes. Ripped jeans and Lotta from Stockholm’s Swedish clogs.
Primrose Hill becomes a world of its own in the Spring with its paint pastel houses. Regent’s Park Road is probably one of my favorite streets in London. Often walk towards Regents Park daydreaming, in another world where I’m a millionaire, which one of these houses would I call my own?
Walking down Chalk Farm road, towards Camden Market from Chalk Farm, on my right was Harmood Road. What might appear to be just another street, in another town, happens to be a lovely little road with probably one of the best second hand bookshops I have seen in London. These guys have a phenomenal selection of second hand Philosophy books from Socrates, to Descartes, Aquinas and Kant. They also have impressive poetry, fiction and arts sections. I got myself a copy of Dante’s Divine Comedy (seeing as my tutor has mentioned it on numerous occasions now). Don’t go anywhere else, come here!
Check out Walden Books here
Lotta from Stockholm here (In serious need of a third pair…)