Lunch outside Tate Modern
When it was time to get out of the sun and have some lunch we stopped at the vendors outside Tate Modern. One shack served the drinks and took the pizza order and the other had the pizza ovens. The pizza when it came was much much bigger than expected.
This young lady was posing on the bridge.
I introduced my colleagues to the street art painted onto chewing gum on the bridge.
We then practiced capturing people walking past with the Shard in the background.
The bridge was now so hot that this dog had to be carried over.
Peter’s Hill and Carter Lane
One New Change
A short walk along St Paul’s Churchyard took us to One New Change shopping precinct.
Inside the shopping precinct there is a lift open to the public that goes up to the terrace. There is the Madison Restaurant immediately after leaving the lift.
The views from the terrace were a surprise from only six storeys.
These two tourists were busy taking pictures of St Pauls from the precinct.
South Bank again
We then walked back over the Millennium Bridge and back along the South Bank to Waterloo.
The tide had gone out revealing the beach at the side of the Thames.