London during Covid

Mayfair, London © Natalie Rabinowitz

As we continue to live in exciting times, I have benefited and taken advantage of workshops for personal growth. New discovers and even got my Archaeology certification, where I look forward to going out and dig in the dirt someday. It has been the perfect opportunity to reflect and notice things we take for granted.

Embankment, Covent Garden, St. Martin’s Place, Trafalgar Square © Natalie Rabinowitz

At the same time, on a couple of occasions when restrictions had begun to relax slowly, I took the opportunity to visit London and see the city without all its vibrant energy. Just wanting to explore all the eye candy architecture up close and selfishly, have the capital to myself. 

Covent Garden, Neil’s Yard, Seven Dials © Natalie Rabinowitz

London is massive, and every time I go into the centre of the city, I discover a new neighbourhood, a new street, a new building. It is the epicentre of Architectural decor to marvel. Best bet is to pick a tube station or destination area you want to see and then wander and explore where it takes you, what you discover. I took the tube towards Baker Street and meandered my way towards Mayfair, the high-end shopping district, passing Oxford Street, and walking back towards Embankment while topping at Covent Garden. London is one of the best walking cities. Just put on a comfortable pair of shoes and go!

Dragon, Mayfair Arcade, St. Dunstan in the East, Picadilly Circus © Natalie Rabinowitz

While London is slowly transitioning back to life, we are still in uncertain times, so remain vigilant and stay safe.

Emptiness © Natalie Rabinowitz

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