These are photos from our trip to London in February. This time we saw a lot of the Eastern part of London that we hadn't been to before. We discovered the cable car across the Thames (spectacular views, a lot of fun and not even expensive), finally managed to go to Greenwich (Royal Observatory and Cutty Sark) and walked around Docklands, which was very impressive, too.
We also revisited some places the children love (Liberty, Brass Rubbing at St Martin in the Fields and a wonderful bakery in Chinatown), went to yet another zoo and climbed St Paul's right to the top.
Our son made a point of using as many different tube lines as possible (and having a photo taken in each of them to prove it). That's how we ended up in the middle of underground peak traffic in Docklands (quite an experience), but thank God the English are so civilised even when there are so many of them in one place.
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