London is a city plenty of gorgeous museums, but there's one I love most, the Horniman, in Forest Hill. It is not the biggest one, or the most spectacular. It is not. But that place created by a man, the Victorian tea trader Frederick John Horniman in the 1860s full of specimens and artifacts from around the world is really magic. I still can remember the feeling when I get into the Natural History's room by the very first time. Thousand animals posing dead. Crazy. That man was extremely curious, a madly collector. Just like me.