At Your Convenience: A Lavatorial Walking Tour

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    12 Nov 2014
    Clock 40min      Length1.5mi
    13 ratings

    The Actor's Church

    Pay wave

    Cross the street again and turn right.

    We’re heading into Covent Garden now.

    You won’t be able to see it yet, but on your left behind these building’s is St. Paul’s Church, not to be confused with St. Paul’s Cathedral. It is better known as the Actors church, due to the visitors from Covent Garden. The story goes that when it was built the Duke of Bedford who owned the area was not wild about the idea of a church and said to Inigo Jones, the architect “I would not have it much better than a barn”. Jones replied “then you shall have the handsomest barn in all England!”

    Carry on to the end of the block, where you’ll see more cycle rickshaws waiting on your right more likely than not. When you get there I’ll give you your next instruction.

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