|A gentleman plays a piano whilst waiting for his train at St Pancras.|
As rain all day and storm in evening were forecast, we drove to the station. Train came on time, and we arrived at London on time. Tate modern is not near from any tube stations; that's why I seldom visit there unless there are good exhibitions. As we didn't want to walk for long in the rain, we took a bus. When England is grey, it is really grey. There is nothing pretty! Still I took several photos from the bus window, as it was a route I had never taken.
|Art deco style|
|London has mixtures of old and new|
|At the bank of the Thames.|
|Topshop is coming.|
From a balcony at cafe inside, London was grey and wet. St Pauls cathedral is opposite and the Millennium bridge below.
|A view from Tate modern.|
As the exhibition has been on for weeks now, we didn't book tickets. We were able to see it immediately after buying tickets. It was worth the visit and every penny. I underestimated the exhibition, but there are loads of paintings in 17 rooms. I enjoyed it so much that I am going to buy a book on his work.
I was colour coordinated with the colour theme of the exhibition.
Whereas Mike was in the usual shades of grey!
|New part of London|
|Yes, this is the bag of Le Pain Quotidien. We, of course, bought organic almond croissants and organic Danish pastries!|
|The box of Valentine chocs is now empty. : )|