Welcome back, England!

In fact, I don’t know if that is the traveler or the one who accommodates who is in charge to pronounce the ‘Welcome back, England!’ sentence.

Or ‘Welcome back, Traveler!’? — Another lacuna to be filled up.

Just a few words to advise (the universe) that I take the Eurostar tomorrow morning, even if I plan to spend only half an hour in London, for my correspondence from Saint Pancras to Kings Cross.

Due to rates of locations in London, I move away a little bit (compared to the size of the universe), and go towards the Yorkshire — the West Yorkshire, at least.

Where a simple ‘Welcome, Yorkshire!’ will be due, as it won’t be at all a comeback :^)

Hello world!

In January 2014, I went to London. I came from Paris, France, and after the rails landscape, my first glance of the city was the large clock above the hall at Saint-Pancras Railway Station, and this statue of the England Lady welcoming a European traveler (back home?) from the continent.

[I took this picture few days later: by the way, I was there night after night (trying not to get asleep) while tailors worked to dress the giant couple for I do not remember which event.]

Due to the Brexit, will ‘The Meeting Place’ become the ‘goodbye forever’ room?

Welcome in London!