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Most of our walks are architecture based, however a good guide is from the Independent Newspaper of 4.8.01 whose opinions we totally agree with. Shortlist: Westminster Tube station, British Museum great court, Lloyd's Building (on our City Walk), St Pancras Station (Mon-Fri 11.30-15.30 tel: 02), St Paul's, Sir John Soane museum (on our Temple to Temple walk), Michelin Building (South Kensington, near the Albert Memorial), The Barbican, The Prudential Building (see our City Walks page), Peckham Library (there is no reason to visit Peckham), Tate Modern (see our Walks), Somerset House (ditto), Sainsbury Wing of the National Gallery.
Our favourite plaque is for Logie Baird, discoverer of TV, who demonstrated that frightful invention above Soho's most famous cafe.
There is still a television in the room, but the picture quality has improved.
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See these and you've sucked the best out of London's architecture.) For architecture/design on a small scale the steel gents urinals at the back of St Martin's in the Fields Church, just north of Charing Cross are a marvel of both function and design - and keep the pavements dry when people stagger out of pubs.
These worthy descendants of Clochmerle close automatically during the day and open at night (like jasmine, but not as sweet) - they really have to be seen to be appreciated! Banks: normally open - , the number of high-street banks is getting smaller.
BOOKS - a short list: Eric Newby wrote two classic books. A short walk in the Hindu Kush is perhaps the greatest travel book ever written (with the exception of the Grain race...) two upper class Brits, who've never climbed before, decide to go to one of the most dangerous areas of the world and climb one of its highest peaks.
You'll never really understand the British unless you read them. They're not put off by being 'out-climbed' by the waitresses of the Welsh B and B where they're staying.
Begging: Especially in Summer there are beggars in the centre and despite what they say they are rarely homeless or hungry - there are so many charities offering them free food and lodging.