Magnificent St. Paul’s Cathedral: Climbing the Dome, Relaxing in the Crypt

St Paul’s Cathedral is one of the most recognisable and popular attractions in London. A breathtaking object of beauty, a spiritual centre, an architectural masterpiece, a climbing adventure, and an engaging place of learning. Originally built in 604AD, St Paul’s was rebuilt several times before the Great Fire destroyed it again. Reconstruction was overseen by Britain’s most famous architect Sir Christopher Wren¬†between 1675 and 1710, with services starting in 167 and continuing today. Visiting the daunting St. Paul’s Cathedral: exciting,

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Is there really a time portal in Harrods? Why, yes! Ancient Egypt Reality Check.

One of the most gratifying moments for me is when someone asks me about a particular element I use in a story. I’ve been asked to explain the time portal idea, and the use of Harrods Egyptian Escalator as some authentic detail when it is, in fact, quite modern. Beautifully, there is a connection between the Harrods Egyptian Escalator and an ancient Temple of Hathor in Dendera, Egypt, pictured above. The Harrod’s ceiling features zodiac figures copied from the Dendera

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