Quintessentially British

Lunch at the top of the former Peter Johns – now John Lewis & partners

Before passing by the Royal Society of Sculptures:

In South Kensington, visiting the NHM is a must:

Dippy, the Diplodocus, is on tour and has been replaced by Hope, the blue whale.

I had arrived in London just on time for the end of the proms:

Which I enjoyed with some Osmanthus tea from Guilin:

Jerusalem song:

And the national Anthem:

A celebration of British tradition and classical music.

And on that note:

 

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Thank you for following Trouspinet’s summer 2018 adventures 😁

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  1. Merci a trouspinet de nous avoir fait voyager cet été; très sympathique et instructif!
    va-t-il aussi à l’Université? peut-etre un futur University challenger? a bientot pour la suite des aventures de Trouspinet le globe-trotteur.

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