I went on a boat trip on the River Thames yesterday with my friend Eve and these are some of the sights we saw.
This is the Houses of Parliament and St Stephens Tower, otherwise known as Big Ben. Which actually is the name of the bell inside the tower, and Westminster Bridge, taken from the opposite bank just before we went on a river cruise.
Canary Wharf in Docklands, now the financial district of London and where my eldest son works, although exactly where I haven't a clue!
The Maritime Museum at Greenwich, you can just make out the Observatory on the hill, where the Greenwich Meridian is and where time is measured.
The O2 building, formerly the Millennium dome, now making money as a concert venue. Michael Jackson should have played there.
The Thames Barrier, these domes have connecting underwater barriers that can be lifted to stop very high tides going up the Thames to so prevent flooding.
On last on the way back when the sun had gone for the day, the Tower Bridge. The very top is now reopened as a walkway as it's now being glassed in. It had to be closed to the public for years as it was such a suicide venue.
More words tomorrow, as I've had a magical time, but got up at 4am and now need a nap.