Somerset Roland Gardens
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... to go home..
On our final
night in London we all went back to Picaddily Circus to have a farewell
dinner.....Before we had our meal we went to the National Art Gallery at
Trafalga Square, which was absolutely wonderful...I discovered work by an
artist called Canaletto(1697-1768) superb paintings partly because of the
colours & sense of light but because of the amazing detailed architectural