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9 Things You Absolutely Must Do In London If You Love Books And Literary History | Bustle – Lioness at Large

9 Things You Absolutely Must Do In London If You Love Books And Literary History | Bustle

  • British Library – check (though it’s been a while & could use a refresher).
  • Bloomsbury – check.
  • Shakespeare’s Globe – check. (Duh.)
  • St. Pancras and
  • George Inn – on the list for next time.
  • English Heritage plaques – check (you’d have to be blind to miss them).
  • Foyle’s / Charing Cross / indie bookstores – check. (Duh.)
  • 221B Baker St. – check.
  • Tube / Oyster Card / do your own literary London thing – check … it’s one of the main reasons why I keep going to London in the first place! 🙂

 

  

Shakespeare’s Globe: outside; and cast (including Mark Rylance and Stephen Fry) and director (Dominic Dromgoole) taking standing ovations at the 2012 season’s last performance of “Twelfth Night.”

(Photos mine.)

 

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