1468Re: [pepysdiary] 10 buildings that survived the Great Fire of London -- via Michael Robinson
- Sep 3, 2013Thanks for sharing Terry.
I discovered some of these buildings while doing my own walking tour of Pepys's world some years ago. Prince Henry's Room is an interesting one. When I was there, they had a Pepys museum on the first floor, and free. Hopefully still there.
I included it in an 'in depth' article on the diary website:
"Despite the gap of 340 years, a walk through London today can give you a very real sense of the scale and nature of Samuel Pepys’s world in a way that can genuinely bring his diaries to life."Its such a pity they allow ugly street furniture in front of such an historic building.The Telegraph article applies the very typical derogatory and trivial view of Sam's character:
"Once a tavern where Samuel Pepys liked to cavort,..". For too many, 'cavorting', usually with young women, is about all Pepys is known for!RegardsPeter
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Lovely photos - thank you for sharing this. The magnificent Staple Inn is particularly impressive and gives one an idea of how most big London Streets (such as Cheapside) would have looked to PepysOn 3 September 2013 07:31, Terry Foreman <terry.foreman@...> wrote:--
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