The night I made my way to check out the location in Harrods famous department store where Hunter is hired to be Door's bodyguard, my camera decided to take some shoddy pictures. Regardless...
I ended up at Knightsbridge, of course.
(Interesting tile work here at Hyde Park Corner, one stop away.)
Harrods was decked out in green not for the holidays (too early for that) but for the 70th anniversary of the movie The Wizard of Oz.
"The Meat and Fish Hall" inspires by name the image of a spacious, cavernous room. Meeting by the "fish statue" evokes a museum like space, populated by artwork and marble. Well, it's almost like that. But with the amount of intense fighting involved, there is just too much in this room! It wouldn't fit an arena - these masters of combat are fighting in cramped, ornate quarters!
The titular fish statue, I believe... the only one I found.
I wanted to hang out at the caviar bar and sip champagne, maybe eventually making my way to the oyster shucker, but I was pressed for time. So I went next door to the cheese shop, to see if I could find a contest on "silliest walk."
Imagine this scene at night, the perishables put away, and in the aisles a menagerie of stalls, vendors, smells delightful and gutwrenching, crowded with people shoulder to shoulder of all different shapes, sizes, colors, dress, dialects, shouting, pushing, vying for your attention, some looking like they'd pick your pocket, some looking like they'd slit your throat, some looking at you with hungry, cold eyes.