Samuel Johnson was right when he said, “When someone is tired of London, they are tired of life”…. An amicable quote that merely exemplifies the dynamics of a great political, cultural and economical heart.
Its initial name was Londonium, brought fourth by the Romans, and now residence to the most famous Royalty on Earth, all stemming from the ghost of an all mighty empire.
The modern day Shakespeare of articulations and whom today would quote the ant-like formations of black cabs, the strong foundations of rustic red telephone boxes perched Royal Guard like, and the piecing on-looking of fierce lions at every street corner.
A gothic masterpiece and a perfect marriage of both past + present.