LONDON.... MAYFAIR. The Connaught Hotel - first opened in 1815 as the Prince of Saxe Coburg Hotel.

The Connaught Hotel, Mayfair, London. This is where I met Tony Blair and we had a nice chat about the Queen.

I like horses and soldiers .So soldiers on horses ... It's a no brainier !

22"x18" (58x48cm) Framed Print of Glass of Red Wine with Blue Cheese and Grapes

Members of The Life Guards - a regiment of the Household Cavalry-ride through central London on their way to the ceremonial Changing of the Guard on Horse Guards Parade.

corrugated iron sheets - Barnyard Soho restaurant by Brinkworth

& Interior designers Brinkworth have created a restaurant in central London Barnyard Soho that resembles a farm building, with rusty corrugated iron on the walls and salvaged lighting

Beautiful pedestrianised shopping street in the Holborn district of central London. Built in 1910 and so named due to its authentic old world southern Italian feel. Great for al fresco dining and shopping in good weather. Discovered by J at sicilian avenue, london, London, England

Sicilian Avenue, London, England — by J

Beautiful pedestrianised shopping street in the Holborn district of central London. Built in 1910 and so named due to its authentic old.

Snow falls in Tooley Street by London Bridge station in central London as Arctic weather sweeps south in the end of April 2016.

Flakes fall on London as severe weather warning is issued for Scotland

Snow falls in Tooley Street by London Bridge station in central London earlier today as forecasters warn the unsettled picture will continue

'Bad weather has kept people away from the shops in the north and west of the country, which has suffered from flooding, while relatively warm weather has meant shoppers are not inclined to buy coats and sweaters. Black said the terrorist attacks in Paris may also have dampened trading in central London.' (Butler, 16/12/15).

Bonmarché shares slump on profits warning and boss's exit

'Bad weather has kept people away from the shops in the north and west of the country, which has suffered from flooding, while relatively warm weather has meant shoppers are not inclined to buy coats and sweaters. Black said the terrorist attacks in Paris may also have dampened trading in central London.' (Butler, 16/12/15).

St. Thomas's Hospital, on the banks of the River Thames in London. Fresh air was one of the treatments for patients with Tuberculosis before the introduction of Penicillin and sandbags would be attached to the patient's chest whilst lying down so as to strengthen their lung capacity. Circa 1935

Tuberculosis patients from St. Thomas' Hospital rest in their beds in the open air by the River Thames, opposite the Houses of Parliament, in May 1936

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