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On the east of London there is...
On the east of London there is Greenwich, a little village crossed by the so famous Meridian. The Maritime Museum is also a very interesting place to visit.
Didn't go in the Dome, too...
Didn't go in the Dome, too much negative perception from the locals, but had to go see it. Spacey . . .
Sir Walter Raleigh: this statue used to stand in Whitehall and was recently moved here near the visitors' centre.
The Old Royal Observatory: this is now a museum situated on the hill in Greenwich Park with good views around. It is also the site of the Greenwich Meridian.
The Queen's House: this now houses the National Maritime Museum. It is beautifully set in open parkland and has constantly changing exhibitions.
Since 2000 one building of the Old Royal Naval College, King Charles Court, houses Trinity College of Music. There are often free lunchtime concerts given by the students.
Visit Greenwich and Cutty...
Visit Greenwich and Cutty Sark, nice to see old shops, Greenwich for the view, the harbour with a nice boat!
Very good restaurants and shops!
- Wine Tasting
Big park with free 'time museum'. The hill offers great views to Canary Wharf and London. 370m long foot tunnel under the thames is an experince too, but I can imagine how scary it is in the night!
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