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.

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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.

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

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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.

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We walk along the South Bank next.

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