London Hit List #2: St. Paul’s Cathedral. I must admit that my favourite childhood movie was Mary Poppins. So whenever I think of feeding pigeons or any type of birds – I think like to think of this place.
If you have seen the movie, you probably know the scene that I’m thinking of, with Julie Andrews singing ‘feed the birds, tuppence a bag, tuppence tuppence tuppence a bag….’ Well, the place where the ‘little old bird woman’ goes to feed the birds is St. Paul’s Cathedral. If anyone else was a Disney devotee like myself, I am certain they should definitely visit St. Paul’s Cathedral, not just because it is quite a spectacular building, but because of it’s Mary Poppins connection!
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