Voir beaucoup en peu de temps… [River Thames]

Lorsque quelqu’un me demande quoi voir à Londres? Quoi faire? Comment? Il y a toujours ce moment où je réponds: “Prends ton appareil photo et prend le bateau”.  Voilà. Testé en hiver, par beau temps, avec de pluie, des rafales de vent et toujours un plaisir. Bien sûr il ne faut pas prendre les clippers, mais  aller avec les vieux loups de mer qui – lorsqu’ils sont de bon humeur – vous feront la meilleure visite guidée qui soit. De Westminster en passant par le Thame barrier, North Greenwich et pourquoi pas London bridge ou la Tate Modern.

When someone asks me: what to see in London? What to do? How? At some point, my answer is always the same: “Grab your camera and take the boat”. I did it in Winter, Spring, with sun, rain, wind and I always loved it. Of course, you need to avoid clippers and take the old boats. If you’re lucky, staff will be in a good mood and will give you the best tour you can hope for. Form Westminster to the Thames Barrier with a stop at Greenwich, London Bridge or the Tate Modern.

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