Atop the Gherkin

Well, 30 St Mary Axe to be precise. Having been in a few times, but never to the top, it was good to get an opportunity to finally get there via Searcy’s, who have been opening a few slots in their restaurant on the 39th floor. The inside is perhaps even more extravagant than the outside (especially the view right to the top from the restaurant) and the food was excellent. Interesting to look across to the other towers we have visited recently. Just waiting for the Cheesegrater to open something up on their top floor…

Permission granted from Livi to use this - coffee stop in John Lewis

Permission granted from Livi to use this – coffee stop in John Lewis

With another sheep

With another sheep

Arriving at the venue

Arriving at the venue

View across the city

View across the city

Unusual view of the top

Unusual view of the top

A hour later...

An hour later…

Leaving the venue

Leaving the venue

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