Now let me show you my second favourite to see the great historic city of London.
|image courtesy of Wikipedia|
The lovely River Thames. One cannot be in London and not see this majestic river. The River Thames is the longest river in England, and the second longest in the whole of United Kingdom (second to River Severn)
It’s lower reaches flows through Central London, hence appearing to be the beautiful water that divides the city.
City Cruises operates a comprehensive sight-seeing tour of central River Thames.
We took the Westminster to London eye route.
This is a very direct one way route, and the best way to describe this tour is “short and concise”. I never learned so much information in under 30 minutes!
I have a mini-fascination with bridges so I was really thrilled that we passed by 3 main bridges that connect the 2 sides of central London.
|the world famous Tower Bridge. Quite commonly known (mistakenly) as London Bridge|
|the Millenium Bridge, which had a second opening due to a “wobbly start”|
|Eye to Eye with London Eye|
|Yup, I’m one of those little people up there!|