Sumary of As lockdown restrictions ease, a changed London awaits the return of foreign tourists:
- By Will Hawkes, John Walton PA Images/Getty Images The London Eye viewed from Horse Guards building in central London in June.
- Part pub maestro, part unruly dark brown mop of hair, Rogers presides over the Guinea Grill, where time-honored trappings — wood-paneled rooms, tartan carpets, boundless bonhomie — have made it popular with American visitors since the Second World War, when the U.S.
- Punters want that back.” Leon Neal Getty Images An actor stands in the sun during an early rehearsal of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” following the reopening for rehearsals and visitor tours of the Globe Theatre in April.
- The restaurant stayed open for takeaway food during the longest lockdown, from before Christmas until April this year.
- “The shops were closed but still full of Christmas decorations.
- That’s what gives me a buzz.” Justin Tallis AFP/Getty Images Ravenmaster Chris Skaife releases a raven from its coop during the reopening of the Tower of London in May.