Posts Tagged ‘Westminster’


Tube update extravaganza: Blackfriars, Borough, Lambeth North, London Bridge, Southwark, St. James’s Park, Waterloo and Westminster.

April 11, 2012

Tube update: Baker Street.

March 14, 2012

Today I have been a very busy bee, going between Westminster and Hampstead doing appointments, and also looking at the Grade 10 Personal Projects (some of which were terrific!). Then, I walked to Baker Street so that I could get the bus to Earls Court…


…do my supermarket shopping and then go home and collapse on the bed with Buffy and a G&T. Which I am now doing – hooray! Toby has been busy with his work, events and going to Birmingham, and it’s on evenings like these that I wish that there were somebody else here who could help me with the shopping, or give me a lift somewhere when my feet ache, or even just a cuddle when I got home. And then I realise that there is no option for that at all – I am in London, I have my own flat, and I have to buy my own food, prepare my own meals and get myself to and from work. Life is exhausting! But then, that’s what being an adult is all about. Whether we are single or in a relationship; whether we are 18, 26 or 34, we all have responsibilities and we have to keep something in store for the end of the day to reward us for all of the hardship of the day to day that we go through. Keep your heads up!


Tube update: Regent’s Park.

November 14, 2011

This morning I had to go to Westminster, so I took a picture of Regent’s Park station. The park across from here is so pretty – back at the end of summer / beginning of autumn, I had a very nice lunchtime picnic (of sorts!). Unfortunately, the station is another subway one, so there’s not a great deal of it to see, but nevertheless I diligently took my picture:

I would also have taken a picture of Great Portland Street station (which is where I head to on my way back from Westminster) but I was with my boss and she was in a rush, so I didn’t want to a) delay her, and b) for her to think I am weird – I couldn’t be bothered to explain my project! So maybe next time…