A Short Tour Of Greenwich In London!
Make your way towards south east London in Greenwich.
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Next, walk towards the circular building that leads to Greenwich foot Tunnel, & keep your mask on!
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The Foot Tunnel runs beneath the River Thames, and was opened in 1902. It is a free, public walkway.
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Legend has it that it is one of the most haunted places in London, with the ghost of the floating...
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...lady often haunting the premises. The tunnel’s northern end was completely damaged during...
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World War ll, and later repaired. Today, it provides an all-weather access to Cutty Sark...
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and Greenwich on the South, and Millwall to the North.
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Once visitors exit, they can make their way to the infamous ship, built in 1869.
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It is the record-breaking tea clipper which travelled the globe & visited every major world port.
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After the Cutty Sark and walking under the river, it’s time to walk OVER the river.
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London Docklands in Greenwich cover five boroughs in total, and were formerly part of...
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...the Port of London. At one time, it was the world’s largest port.
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After crossing the port, we reach Island Gardens - the charming riverside park holding modern day...
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...views. It was featured in Canaletto’s 18th century painting, “A View of Greenwich from the River”
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It’s here that you’ll find lots of cute animals to feed...
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...& lots of cafes to feed yourself! So, make sure you keep Greenwich on top of your bucket list. 🇬🇧
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