The network of narrow streets in and around the elaborately fronted Charing Cross station with the equally elaborate Eleanor Cross leads down to the Thames hosting memories of long-gone food markets, riverside palaces, classic literature and Charles Dickens’ youthful employment. With glorious Art Deco architecture and RSA House by Robert Adam to behold plus a chapel, a hotel and a theatre all named Savoy, Simpsons and statues of the great and good to admire this area has it all. Rachel Kolsky will lead us around this part of London.
Meeting Point: Outside the main entrance of The Clermont previously known as Charing Cross Hotel by Charing Cross Station
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