After-tasting of last week in London which was full of good slow vibes. Thankfully 😋, many of my friends were away on Easter holiday, thus I have a lot of time to meet some new friends (hello @margobarsukova) and dig into the district I'd probably never do on my own. This is a camelia gallery where the first ever British clip was filmed by the Beatles. Additionally, there are a lot of very rare camelia trees that's why when they are blossoming the entrance cost £20 😱, probably because many camelia-experts from all over the world come to see it. It all happens in Chiswick which long ago was a village and then was just 'attached' to London, and you still can see it in the environment of low-rise brick houses and big and small lawns everywhere. Then it was turned into a country retreat for artists with Victorian and Georgian Houses. Pissaro was not above to live here! Now it's a nice hipster style district of London with an ideal mix of coworkings for creative professionals and places of interest for families from different origins. I mean, it's super cool to explore London not only in Soho and Covent Garden but also very little tiny bite of it. Looking forward to my next visit to go somewhere that cozy! Any bits of advice?
Two bridges, both alike in dignity, in fair Manhattan where we lay our scene (also I stepped in a MASSIVE puddle while taking this and had to finish my run with a wet shoe, so appreciate this extra please)