The market is lovely, set up at a junction in Pimlico Road, with lots of organic food stuffs available. People were out and about. Some were sitting at Daylesford Organic Farm (actually a cafe) having their brekkie, enjoying the small amount of sunshine that can be found in London at the moment, others were sourcing items at the market.
As I headed back to the apartment, I was lucky to have timed it perfectly to ensure I was accompanied there by the Royal Horseguards! Absolutely perfect. I imagined that everyone was stopping to watch me go by, rather than the horses....well I am a bit of a dreamer. No photographs of the horses walking down London streets with the mounted guards I am afraid, as I didn't take my camera with me this time.
Yesterday was an early start. Up at 5.30am, to have a look around Bermondsey Antique Market. Unfortunately the stock being sold by the vendors was mostly sterling silver, and not that interesting! If nothing else it was nice to be able to catch the Tube when there are few travellers.
In the afternoon I visited Liberty's and Fortnum & Mason, as well as enjoying the bus trips there and back again. (137 to Oxford Circus then the 22 back from Piccadilly.) Then I went rather crazy, buying up lots of fabric offcuts from the Designers Guild, on Kings Road.