to find out, go to the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London located in the very eastern part of the city and learn about the base of the empire wealth: discovery of new land and subsequent trading, all based on maritime transportation. Very informative exhibits. complete the visit by by looking at the paintings relating to that period at Queens house next door. on a nice sunny day, add to the enjoyment by taking a boat at Westminster embankment and enjoy the sights on each side of the Thames under the humorous comments of the skipper. Greenwich by itself is a pleasure with quaint book and antique shops, small pubs. We did not have time to visit the clipper Cutty Sark, nor the Old Royal Naval College. If one does not want to take a boat, this area is also serviced by subway . it is also fun to do with kids.
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