London is a city known for its many villages and neighborhoods, each one of them unique in its own way. In the 60’s the epicenter of London was Carnaby, a neighborhood that became known for creating brands in the fields od fashion, design, music, at that time mainstream culture that turned into an art identity of many famous chains that began their story in these exact small streets.
This year was open the new wing of the Tate Modern museum. About it many have written from the ones who praise modern art to passerby.
Today I will write about how this museum was created.
There is something special in rainy days. They are ideal for visiting a museum.
I’m taking you on a stroll with my blog. In one of the most famous museums in the world Natural History Museum located on Cromwell Road in London.
This weeks post is all about Bristol and Bath, two hidden gems on the southwestern part of England. This town cities are such a contrast, like yin and yang, but so special that they announce an interesting travel through the past and present.
Welcome to London, my home for the next few years. Number 3 is my lucky number when it comes to London. This is my 3 time in London and I am staying here for 3 years.
Even though in my last two visits I saw the main attractions, without which London wouldn’t be London, with my first post from London it’s worth to remember why is good to be back, and to show You around with a few photos, chosen from the many taken in the city that can clearly be said that is the whole world in one city.