Fleet Street Press tearooms. London

I’ve got a bit behind with my video editing this week, despite the May Bank Holiday. On 1st May we finalised something that’s been dragging on for the past four and a half months, and I think we were both feeling exhausted – so we were looking forward to having a lazy weekend.

having tea with a friend at Fleet Street Press tearooms. London

On Sunday, despite grey skies and drizzle, I ventured up to London to meet up with my friend, web designer Tracey Rissik, who I hadn’t seen for about five years. After a while, the sun came out enough for us to have a stroll along Victoria Embankment and up to The Strand – and we ended up at The Fleet Street Press, a quaint tearoom on Fleet Street (that’s our reflection, in the window).

Fleet Street, London

There are a number of interesting buildings in the area. I later learned that similar narrow mediaeval buildings at 152-158 The Strand are due for demolition. I shall be returning to the Strand and Fleet Street very soon, to capture the architecture before it disappears for ever.

2 thoughts on “Fleet Street – Project 52 – 18/52

  1. Julia, it was great to spend the day with you – and be a wee part of this lovely project of yours 🙂 I’ll post some more photos from our day out when I have a free moment – I think this coming weekend…
    lovely to see you!

  2. Julia Barnickle

    I really enjoyed our day out together too, Tracey – I look forward to seeing your photos! x

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