London’s Bloomsbury

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I paid a return visit to London’s Bloomsbury in November ’03.

Bloomsbury is that district in London that surrounds the British Museum and edges another district, Soho. Compared to Soho, Bloomsbury is sedate; however, in the years before and after the First World War, from 1900 to the eve of the Second World War, Bloomsbury’s artists, writers, critics and Bohemian ways rivaled those of Paris in the 1920s.

The area continues to delight me. I haven’t grown weary of the West End or Russell Square or the Royal Opera House and its lovely gift shop.

The area is dotted with many seemingly attractive small places in which to stay.

WINNIE BAFFA
Leland, NC

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I paid a return visit to London’s Bloomsbury in November ’03.

Bloomsbury is that district in London that surrounds the British Museum and edges another district, Soho. Compared to Soho, Bloomsbury is sedate; however, in the years before and after the First World War, from 1900 to the eve of the Second World War, Bloomsbury’s artists, writers, critics and Bohemian ways rivaled those of Paris in the 1920s.

The area continues to delight me. I haven’t grown weary of the West End or Russell Square or the Royal Opera House and its lovely gift shop.

The area is dotted with many seemingly attractive small places in which to stay.

WINNIE BAFFA
Leland, NC