“The wettest drought” in history means that in the first 10 days of July, the equivalent of three months of rain fell upon us. Today was very, very, very wet. I like that. Plenty of opportunities and discoveries: a secret garden, which I had missed until now (the Phoenix Garden). Nature reserve 200 meter from Leicester square, under the piercing gaze of strange wardens.
And this bench with a cool inscription
The bench itself is set in this minuscule but lush garden
And on the opposite side, a deserted playground. Not surprising given the downpour.
All this so close to the hustle and bustle of the city
I love London