Continuing our walk from the O2 dome around the Greenwich Peninsula, we walked around the Royal Naval College, before popping into the excellent Greenwich Market for some fresh bread, cheese and olives:
Formerly occupied by the pre-Tudor ‘Palace at Greenwich’ of 1428, the current buildings were planned by Sir Christopher Wren with various big name architects like Hawksmoor, Vanbrugh and James ‘Athenian’ Stuart completing the job during the first half of the eighteenth century .
Old fella checking out the sights.
In the food market.
The temporary 60m high Greenwich Wheel in front of the Pepy’s Building Visitor Centre stands taller than Nelson’s Column and offers panoramic views across London.
Greenwich Church St.