Bleeding London

It might have been bright and sunny but it was sure as hell cold.  After being out for about six hours, and despite the layers, I could no longer feel my feet and my hands were ready to drop off!  It was a productive and rewarding trip though – another 72 streets ticked off.  We’re getting there!

No wonder Inner Temple and Middle Temple had been left.  From Embankment you can see in but the gates are all bolted and secure.  So I walked round in the hope that the streets could be accessed via Fleet Street.

Having found Middle Temple Lane it didn’t look like I was going to get through.  The double gates appeared securely locked, as did the single door.  However, seeing someone walk through the door I quickly followed.

I have no idea whether I should have been there or not but all the streets within Middle Temple and Inner Temple were photographed. Hooray!

All in all, a good day’s work.

Time for a glass of red wine to warm up!

 

 

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