Quirky London

In there are so many quirky things. Streets where the numbers go up one way on one side of the street and then they continue down on the opposite side. Buildings or homes with no numbers often have just names which makes finding them a bit more difficult but it seems so much more welcoming for a house to have a name. It might be a bit of a challenge  to navigate around but it is a bit more interesting than most cities. My favourite thing is with unusual numbers – it just feels a bit more magical, like something special is behind the door. (it’s all a bit Harry Potter with platform 13 at Paddington Station).

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