Walking down Regent Street we found Hanover Street which we thought quite promising. Turning and a few yards ahead we went for a sandwich coffee break at Benugo .

It was delicious and afterwards we just walked through Pollen Street heading for the gallery venue. Well, we could almost smell it.


After passing three strangers wearing blue shirts, we passed a church and arrived in St. George Street.

Yayoi Kusama and the most vibrant paintings, but see for yourself.



Being the only ones in the gallery besides the guards in the rear area we had a quiet encounter with these fabulous artworks.


After we left, next we went back to the church we had just passed before to have a closer look.

This St George church which was attended by  Georg Friedrich Händel . Much to our regret, there was no concert at this day and we left to stroll to our next destination: Tate Modern.

Alas, in our laziness we jumped onto the wrong bus and ended on the southern side of the Thames just off Waterloo Bridge.


We walk along the South Bank next.