LONDON – Greenwich to Borough Market – 2

These two London guides have been totally refreshed for 2015. There’s added content from the Cutty Sark in Greenwich; from the London Transport Museum this year celebrating 150 years of the London “Tube” underground railway; and much more from iconic Tower Bridge. Plus full content on the London Eye; Winston Churchill’s Cabinet War Rooms from WWII; an Open top Bus Tour for orientation; Trafalgar Square and past the National Gallery and on to the Tower of London and Tower Bridge. Then ride the Docklands Light Railway through the dynamic landscape of office towers and Old wharf buildings. Then walk from Tower Bridge along the north bank of the Thames to Wapping with its unspoilt old pubs including the Prospect of Whitby where JMW Turner painted the Thames. Get a Docklands pubs guide. History of building the London Docks including Blood Alley. Visit Greenwich through the pedestrian tunnel to Queen’s House, Wren’s old Naval College and focus on the Cutty Sark tea clipper. There’s loads of Dcklands hands-on activities at Mudchute City Farm. Full range of Watersports. Early morning seafood breakfast at Billingsgate fish market. Then back west for London’s transport history … first buses, early horse trams; The Underground from 1863 by steam train. Artwork by Mann Ray, Graham Sutherland, Len Deighton, who all did posters. high quality shop. Then to iconic Borough Marker for great food and with a couple of quality pub eateries from the UK Good Food Guide to finish. These guides run to 18 minutes and seventeen minutes…