Tag Archives: River Thames
Running through London
On Sunday we went on a run through London starting at the Temple Tube stop all the way to Earl’s Court. I should say run/walk. The entire journey was around 4 miles (we didn’t take a straight shot), which is … Continue reading
The Usual and Unusual Sights of London
Yesterday I went for a short stroll along the River Thames. Here’s what I saw: Unfortunately I had to get back to work so I hopped the Tube and headed home. I wonder what I’ll find on my next stroll.
Sunday Post: Architecture
All photos were taken from the top of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. For other entries, please visit Jake’s page.
The Mudlark Pub
After wandering through the Borough Market in London, we stopped by The Mudlark pub. This establishment is named after those who scavenged the muddy Thames riverside for scraps of iron, coal, and other treasures that may have been left behind … Continue reading
Sunday Post: City
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Man Booker Prize Readings
Last night I attended the 2012 Man Booker Prize Readings at the Royal Festival Hall. All six of the authors shortlisted for the event read from their book and then answered questions from James Naughtie. The writers are: Tan Twan … Continue reading
T is for the Thames
This week’s letter for Frizztext’s A-Z archive photo challenge is T. Here is a photo I took of the Thames right before the night enveloped the water. For other entries please click on this page.
One of my favorite events in Boston was the Boston Marathon. We lived right on the marathon route and each year we would throw a party and enjoy the race and festivities. Today was the first year in six years … Continue reading
Rain and the River Thames
I woke up this morning and noticed that it was raining. I love the rain. However, as I look out the window I am reminded of an article I read in the Economist (Nov. 5, 2011) a few months ago. … Continue reading