|The green wall paper was staggering|
|Wonderful detail evven in the tassels|
|Two exquisite Canalettos|
|Pat was absorbed looking at the paintings|
|The Laughing Cavalier|
|The main hall was stupendous|
|Richard Wallace had the fountains designed and made for the city of Paris.|
We left the Wallace Collection completely overwhelmed - further visits are required. Borough Market was another worthwhile visit. There are a great number of stalls providing a wonderful variety of foods and drinks. We settled for a Dorset firm which was providing fresh scallops cooked on the spot and served with stir fried vegetables. It was wonderful.
|A great variety of edible fungus|
|How could they be home bred if they are wild?|
|We found a pub close by which had Timothy Taylor's Landlord Ale. Not that easy to come by in London. It was very good.|
|A walk along the embankment produced an excellent view of HMS Belfast and Tower Bridge.|
We finished the day with a John Smith's bitter at the Anchor Tap near Tower Bridge. A visit to the Duke of Kendal near the hotel was marred by the complete lack of knowledge of the beers on draft by the ignorant barman.