This is a quiet little space just a heartbeat from the bustling Covent Garden.
This semi-convenient bypass for tourist central is rather modest for something named after the owner of Kensington Palace.
A restaurant in central London almost as famous for its toilets as it is for its lavish interior -- but also has this overflowing greenery outside.
Like many pocket parks, this is the result of too many people dying too often -- it's a disused graveyard.
Just around the corner from Covent Garden is a Victorian brick building that conceals a wondrous Catholic Church interior.
People leaving Covent Garden tube station could soon be staring at a wall covered in plants.
Covent Garden's main Market Building has been covered up, with 32,000 square feet of mirrors.
Later this month, 100,000 giant white balloons will fill the interior of the 19th Century Market Building in Covent Garden.
It's been all over the news, but I finally took a look at Alex Chinneck's levitating building in Covent Garden last week.
Today is National Poetry Day, and if you head through either Oval or Covent Garden tube stations today, you will be aurally entertained by more than the usual amount of prose laden station announcements.
It is almost impossible now to go to the West End in the evenings without seeing a white whale squeezing its way through the narrow streets.
Lurking in a little nook on one of the many streets around the back of Covent Garden you may spy what looks like a church trying to squeeze its way out between more modern buildings. Here you may notice if…