On this lovely rainy Thursday, I took a walk to St. Paul's Cathedral. I had absolutely no idea how huge it was! I was just walking along, following my directions and BAM - there is is.
|A view of the back of the Cathedral from the East.|
|A really awesome side door. I love the detail.|
This is a lesser known fact, but somewhere around St. Paul's, there is a wormhole. I'll tell you how I know. As I was walking around the enormous building, I tried to keep track of the direction I was going because I wanted to head down to the Thames (South) after I was done seeing the cathedral. I head South and pass this weird bronze, blocky statue of a person; this is next to a map that I check to make sure I am going the right way.
So I am traveling South when after about 15 minutes of walking, I hit the street that Eric works on (which is definitely North). So, I walk down there for a minute and turn left again and, after a minute, pass by the same weird statue. Long story short, I obviously went through a wormhole that switched me North; did way more walking that I was expecting to do today; went to Borough Market, got a meat pie and some Burnt Sugar snacks; and took the Tube home.