Mark Twain

Mark Twain

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

In Seer Green

Sunday afternoon I moved out to Seer Green to stay with my friend Larry.  Larry and I used to work together in IBM in the UK from 1990-93 and we had a business venture together from 1998-2001.  Seer Green is out in the country in the Chiltern Hills in Buckinghamshire, about a 25-35 minute train ride from London, depending on which train you get.

Seer Green station
Just outside the station

Seer Green 

Larry's neighborhood

Walking to the train station from the village
I've been heading into London to spend the day while staying in Seer Green.

The Bar Italia in Soho.

Another coffee place in Soho.

Lights in the entrance to the Victoria and Albert Museum in South Kensington.

The former Michelin factory in South Kensington.  Now this building houses a restaurant called Bibendum, and the Conran Shop.

Last night Larry and I went to an open house night at the Rebellion Brewery in Marlow, a nearby town.  For just £5 we could buy two beer tokens and they had a barbecue too.   They the let people look around the brewery too.
Just inside the shop that they have at the entrance to the brewery.

Prices for buying beer to take home.

Part of the brewery.

1 comment:

  1. Just a quick note to let you know that you have at least 2 readers in NC. ;-) Love the photos and commentary! -john (and sun-ling)