'Yeah, I was strolling in Camden ...'
Anyhoo, here are some photos I took along the way on what was a deliciously and unseasonally sunny December day. The first is the University of London's Senate House and Library in Malet Street. It's a huge monolith of a building but it looked very striking bathed in warm sunlight and with that wonderful blue backdrop sky.
If you don't know where Camden is, it's one of London's 32 boroughs. The southernmost part of it starts North of Oxford Street and it butts up against the City of London to the East. It takes in Holborn, Covent Garden and the British Museum, Tottenham Court Road and the famous Camden Market, Hampstead, King's Cross and Regents Park (where London Zoo is). You get some nice views of the Telecom Tower too.
There are lots of hotels around the Bedford Square area and I thought it was worth capturing and comparing a few. To start with, here's the outrageously 1960s Imperial Hotel.
Finally, the Italian loveliness that is Sicilian Avenue. One of my favourite little al fresco eating haunts during the Summer ... but too damned cold now.
Sing along with me ... 'I wish they all could be Covent Garden Girls ...'