I am back and finally rested from the time difference from London to California, US, and the 10 hour plane trip. I loved Loop’s, Liberty, and Fortum and Mason. I went to Liberty twice to purchase more fabric, and Fortnum and Mason twice to purchase more of their Turkish candy. The architecture and the Winchester area was great. I have stayed at a small hostel, Hyde Park View, which is located near 3 tube stops and is quiet. We were walking around for about 10 days and got really tired at times. I didn’t like the new Tate. It was into stuff that I couldn’t get into and very noisy in the entry way. The V&A had an excellent eating area and is worth the stop for that even if you don’t want to visit the museum (free). At Kew, the Maids on Honor Tea Room didn’t disappoint. We took the boat trip up river from Westminster Pier to Hampton Palace. It was so-so. The trip upriver took 3 hours and the train trip back was 20 minutes. We took the tube everywhere except when we left the Savoy Hotel (from our tea). It was raining hard and I forgot my umbrella. We took a cab and paid $$$. I think that we missed the Camden Lock Market and went to something else instead. However, my teenage granddaughter was very happy and made a purchase of vintage shirts. I think that the next time I am in London, I would like to be with an adult. By the way, we paid to enter the Royal Mews while circling the Palace. It was worthwhile and not too expensive.