Collection by Aaron Britt

A London Ramble

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At the tail end of my Scottish excursion last month, I got a chance to visit London. It was my first time in the city and man was I floored. I loved it to bits and can't wait to go back. Here's a little slideshow of a walk I took with a pair of pals who graciously let me stay with them, as well as a sneak peak of a house you should not be too surprised to see in the pages of Dwell before too long. Hope you enjoy my walk. I was bowled over!

One of the first things we spotted on our walk upon getting off the Tube was this London Information Center by Make...
Clearly my friends (with his back to the camera and in the scarf) are taken with it too.
Here's a view of one of the jutting forms from the back. Quite sleek and new.
Here's another shot of the Information Center with St. Paul's towering over it. I like how low it is by comparison.
Here's the famed Gherkin! Rather cool, that.
Granted, I only made it through a couple neighborhoods, but this view from one of the terraces at the Tate Modern was...
Another snap of the Millennium Bridge from the terrace at the Tate Modern. Loads of people walking across.
The line was too long to wait on, but I rather liked the London Eye.
Here's me mugging on Westminster Bridge.
Another from Westminster Bridge, this time with Westminster Palace behind me and my pal in tow.
As part of our walk we happened past the Bridge of Aspiration, a skybridge in Covent Garden that connects the Royal...
Here's the exterior of the house I went to go visit while in London.
The Fulham Football Club grounds were between the Parson's Green home where I stayed and the house I went to visit.
My friends live on this very charming lane in Parson's Green. I love the wisteria growing on some of the facades.
I had a quick morning jaunt around the East End before I headed back to the States.
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