My favourite view is just a sudden vertical glimpse. It’s the drear end of November and I’ve walked across the old meat market of Smithfield, past the great façade of St Bartholomew’s Hospital, past new flowers for William Wallace (blame Braveheart) and wilting carnations for the Protestant m…
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