Piccadilly Circus is a famous public space of London's West End, a busy meeting place and a tourist attraction.
We were drawn back to the Criterion Restaurant again, having enjoyed our lunch there the last time we visited Piccadilly Circus.
The opulence of the Neo-Byzantine in architecture, it's easy to believe the building is soaked in a fascinating history. For over 100 years, it has been giving dinners a wonderful experience in the spectacular dinning room.
With its gold and marble shimmering alongside the mosaics, and mirrors, the restaurant has an almost celestial air. The ceiling was amazing and the photographs really do not show, how really beautiful it was.
If the walls could talk, they would surely whisper to you their secrets ~
They would tell of when Sir Arthur Conan Doyle first imagined the meeting between Dr Watson and the enigmatic Sherlock Holmes, in the Criterion Long Bar.
I can't believe that it is Thursday today and soon will be the weekend.
Have a fun weekend and I look forward to coming to visit you.