SW London for the best part of 35 years - it is near enough to the centre of London but has a little bit of a country feel.
Best London Attraction
The Sky Roof Garden is amazing and when friends visit London I always aim to take them on a visit, the 360 views are fantastic
Place to live in London
Would choose Buckingham Palace as it has so much history, amazing architecture, and the walls have a few stories.
Dislike about London
Bad manners, it seems to be on the increase and ranges from spitting, litter dropping etc etc
The first lockdown was not as bad as I may have expected and had just finished working in the city so made a bit easier.
Having lived in London for 40 years I have seen some situations but lockdown was like no other.
Getting around London....
Having lived in London for 40 years I suppose I know most of it and would recommend walking as much as possible and if not would go by bus, taxi, tube.
Favourite London Restaurant ....
A hard one, Blue Elephant Thai Restaurant that was in Fulham for many years was always on the list but sadly lost to development - nowadays tend to do dinner parties at home rather than eat out.
Not so much a secret nowadays but Borough Market, it is fantastic for all things foody.
Miss about London
When I leave London for any period of time I don't miss it, in the last year I have been to Central London twice and that was enough.
Best part of London
I particular like the Docklands, think it may be to do with the new structures and it is so clean.
Place to stay
I have been to a few of the top hotels in London over the years but it would have to be The Dorchester, a sense of loyalty after my seven years there is the 90s.