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Canary Wharf is quite an interesting area. It is rather different from many parts of London and some people may feel they are in a totally another world once they "land" there! We happened to go there for an appointment and as soon as we...More
Visited on armistice day 2018 to have a guided tour of an art installation, around Canary Wharf, by artist Mark Humphrey. This was to mark the 100th Anniversary since the end of the Great War. Spread around the stunning Canary Wharf area, our guide really...More
For the second time I was in Canary Wharf since my company's head quarter is there. This time I hired a flat for some days. Very vital area, full of nice places to eat or drink. The landscape is unique with skyscrapers and surrounded by...More
Canary Wharf is one of the main financial centers in the United Kingdom and is home to a popularly well-known building, "The Shard". There are about 17 skyscrapers in close proximity and reminded us of a smaller scale New York.
Clearly its changing continually, it never appears to be one thing or another, work area or leisure, slowly its adapting to feel more accessible, day or night it can be a place outside of work to visit. Check it out, make your own decision you...More
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Are you referring to the Royal Observatory, Greenwich? If so, than yes - it's a place you should visit. I must confess, I've only seen it from the outside although, the views from Greenwich towards the Isle of Dogs and... More
Are you referring to the Royal Observatory, Greenwich? If so, than yes - it's a place you should visit. I must confess, I've only seen it from the outside although, the views from Greenwich towards the Isle of Dogs and Canary Wharf are worth the experience.