Where is Ace Jackalope? (episode 13)
"Mr. Sigerson", has just left his home. Where exactly is this abode?
This post is part of An American Jackalope In London:
More Easter Stuff - Easter Island moai (stone statue) in The British Museum
Good Friday - Crucifix tombstone in Highgate Cemetery and a crucifix at a church in London.
St Patrick's Day Megapost - Celtic crosses in London's Highgate Cemetery.
Red, Gold and Almost Gone - Includes photos of London's Chinatown.
He Belongs to the Ages (but you can still buy a souvenir) - We run into an Abraham Lincoln statue in, of course, London
Why Jackalopes Don't Play Soccer - Battered Buckyballs litter London.
Christmas Leftovers - An October shopping trip through Harrods, Selfridges and Hamley's, with lots of Christmas decor pictures.
Spamalot - We go to the Monty Python-based play and meet Tim Curry
London Trader Vic's - A visit to London's oldest tiki bar
Where is Ace Jackalope? (episode 13) - The game is afoot!
Werelopes of London - Lycanthopic jackalopes stalk places mentioned in the Warren Zevon song, plus a few pictures of the London Underground.
Dracula's London - A Halloween tribute to Bram Stoker using London locales implied in "Dracula"
Where is Ace Jackalope? (episode 9) - Mind the Gap
Mr. Sigerson, aka Sherlock Homes, resided at fictional address of 221B Baker Street, London, England. Had it been a real address it would have been at the north end of Baker Street on the west side, near Regent's Park and the Baker Street Tube Station.
I believe Ace is in front of the Sherlock Holme's Museum, in the area described above. The museum has been designated by the local council as 221B Baker Street.
The Sherlock Holmes adventures are always a good read.
Elementary, my dear Toltec (and correct)
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