Browley-by-the-Bow


The second half of my first day in London…as explained in the last post, I finished many of the main sights today with my friend Paul.  We walked along the south Thames from the London Eye to the Tate Modern museum on a very lively pathway filled with performers, vendors, and a giant open-air market.

The London Eye on a cloudy North Atlantic day

Parliament from the south side of the Thames. Very cloudy and dark

The path along the south side of the River Thames, from the London Eye to the Tate Modern Museum, is lined with various street performers. This was a group of Asian Londoners break dancing.

The walk along the Thames from the London Eye to the Tate Modern was full of performers, vendors, and a giant open-air book case.

Inside the main gallery of the Tate Modern, a power plant-turned-art musuem.

The Millenium Bridge

THe London Globe, Shakespeare's theatre (a replica)

The seal

Walking across the Millenium Bridge (no dementors, this time). St. Paul's Cathedral is in the distance.

Thames trash eater!

In front of St. Paul's massive cathedral

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One Response to Browley-by-the-Bow

  1. jml says:

    love the H. Potter reference!!!! 🙂

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