London By Night
London Streets At Night
One of my favourite cities in the world, London is a fascinating place. There is something for everyone. A city of such diverse culture. These photographs are a representation of Chinatown, Convent Garden and Leicester Square at night.
London as so many attractions, it’s impossible to see them all in a day or two. The new cable car that crosses the River Thames at North Greenwich is a modern wonder for anyone that doesn’t fear heights. Likewise, the Millenium Wheel. Don’t forget Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament either. All great photographic opportunities.
The River Thames
Like New York, London is situated on a great river, the Thames. There are many ways of travelling it if you want a change from the tube. Although the tube is an experience in itself. See London from an open top bus. Which ever form of transport you decide on, there’s a photographic opportunity on every corner.
Talking of corners, Hyde Park has it’s famous speakers corner and there are numerous other green spaces all over the capital. In summer they are great places to jog, run, picnic or just lay down and go to sleep. Regents Park, St James Park are both Royal Parks. A stroll through the beautiful St James Park will leave you at the entrance to Buckingham Palace.
Don’t forget Theatre Land either. Great musicals, shows and theatrical plays for every theatre lover whatever your favourite genre is. And when the show is over, there is a restaurant to suit every type of palette on this earth!! Indian, Korean, Chinese, British, you think of it and someone serves it in London. I can recommend the Attorro Italian restaurant situated a minutes walk from the entrance of Waterloo Station.
If you’d like more information on visiting London use this link to the Visit London Website.