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I've visited here many times to get out of central London and see something different. It is the banking sector and as such prices are quite high but the area has some lovely bars and restaraunts and they even put on shows and ice skating...More
I have come few times. Its getting bigger and better get off at Canary Wharf station there a shopping mail there M&S and waitrose for food shopping. I stayed at the Novotel Hotel new hotel opened last year very tall Skyscapers building around the place....More
After spending Friday night in a neighbouring pub, the all bar one was a nice move up market. service and food was very good but drinks are a little expensive, even for the area it’s in. The staff had s problem with a customer who...More
Canary Wharf is very accessible to the city via the Jubilee line. Lots of skyscrapers. One of the things that surprised us walking to the hotel was the litter and debris toward some relatively upmarket hotels (ie Hilton and the Marriott). Whilst the business square...More
This is a lovely area in London, which is somehow overlooked by tourists, probably due to its 20 or so minutes travel time by the Tube from central London.
The area boasts some impressive skyscrapers, numerous eateries, museums, parks and a shopping mall.
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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.