Sunday, 19 January 2020

Watch House Bermondsey

Bermondsey Street is a beautiful street in London Bridge with many 19th Century buildings.
The Watch House is one of them which was once a graveyard watch house.

It is cosy inside with a mini log fire and logs beneath it.

Overall a lovely place to check out but the door looked a bit uncomfortable as if it was sawed in half.








The Savanna London Bridge

Previously went past The Savanna when I took the tube at Wimbledon which specializes in biltong.
At the London Bridge branch, it is bigger and better serving food as well.
Think of it like South African charcuterie!






London Glass blowing classes

Discovered London Glassblowing which is one of Europe’s most prominent studio glass galleries, equally welcoming to collectors, enthusiasts and passers-by who are drawn to the glow of its treasure like vessels.

Visitors can not only view pieces from the UK’s finest studio glass artists but can watch them at work in the hotworking studio that lies beyond its white walls.

The gallery is located in Bermondsey Street, a fast growing South East London arts destination, home to the White Cube, Science Gallery, the Fashion & Textile Museum, Eames Fine Art and Vitrine Gallery, a host of independent galleries, artists’ studios and fine restaurants.

Glass blowing offers hands-on creative learning (09:30 – 17:30) where you can make 3 pieces of glass to treasure.










[Pictures] Shangri London at the Shard during Chinese New Years










Coal Yard Drops snapshots during the Northern Lights event
















The Kitchen - Scape East

Scape is a student accommodation complex located in various of places in London.
There is a Scape at Mile End right opposite QMUL with a restaurant called The Kitchen which serves English and Asian food.
You will also find congee served there for breakfast as well as noodles and laksa.




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