Central London, as I'm sure you've been told and told by now, is strangely quiet and clear of disruption. The tube lines all have good service, and there are pink-clad volunteers grinning and flirting on every street corner. You can find a seat, somewhere to sit down, breakfast, anything you might need at short notice. I was in London with timscience for our anniversary celebrations, which consisted of Heatherwick at the V&A (we saw the moving bridge demonstration!), the latest work of The Plastinator (eat after you go, not before), visit to my sister, Light Asylum and Planning to Rock at Antony's Meltdown and, oh yes, A Room for London.
I've uploaded a few of the photos. More to follow. It was good.