Sunday, November 27, 2016

Day 7 - Cook breakfast -> King Cross Station Harry Potter 93/4 platform -> Borough Market -> Tower Bridge -> Tower of London

Today, the itinerary for the day was Borough Market, Tower of London, St Paul’s Cathedral, Hyde Park and finally dinner at Queensway.
From the bnb, We walked to Royal Oak station which is about a 15mins walk. Royal Oakis a very small station. Few flights down from street level
is already the station.
Royal Oak Train Platform

Inside the very busy King Cross Station




En route, we went to King Cross Station Harry Potter’s 9¾ platform. There were many people queuing and the staff helped the tourists to pose for photograph.



Long queue

St Pancras Station

King Cross St Pancras Station with its beautiful design and architecture.
The station is in fact three stations: a single Underground station – King’s Cross St Pancras – and two overland rail stations,
St. Pancras station and King’s Cross station. It links six London Underground lines – Circle, Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City,
Northern, Metropolitan and Victoria. This makes it the biggest interchange on the London Underground, and one of the busiest.



Around the King Cross Station, Cute Building

King Cross Station


Borough Market
Borough Market is a wholesale and retail food market in Southwark, Central London. It is one of the largest and oldest food markets in London.
It is a pretty, vibrant, busy and colourful market. Many products are sold here - fish, meats, vegetables, ciders, cheeses, breads, coffees and cakes.
Other stalls specialise in produce imported from abroad. Free food samples were aplenty from many food stalls so you can try the cakes, pastries & products
before buying them. The market is open from Monday to Saturday. The full market operates from Wednesday to Saturday. On Mondays and Tuesdays, shoppers can
find hot food traders, and fruit and vegetable stalls. It is also within walking distance to to Tower Bridge and Tower of London
Read more at http://www.visitlondon.com/things-to-do/place/285604-borough-market#DbjKdIObxwIbYGl7.99




Brownie





Round the corner of Borough Market is the beautiful Southwark Cathedral or The Cathedral and Collegiate Church of St Saviour and St Mary Overie,






Enroute to Tower Bridge - Hay's Galleria is a mixed use building in the London Borough of Southwark situated on the south bank of the River Thames.


Tower Bridge



Tower of London





Taken from Towetr Bridge





Long queue at Tower of London - where the crown jewel is






Enroute to Burger & Lobster

10 Trinity Square, Tower Hill is a Grade II listed building in London that was opened by David Lloyd George, then the British Prime Minister, in 1922.
It is best known as being the former headquarters of the Port of London Authority.

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