The port always welcomes visitors with these amazing people. They sing and perform local traditions. They’re so kind !
Built in 1818 to replace the earlier wooden structures dating from the late 17th century. It is now the ‘towns’ Maritime Museum.
Built in 1818 to replace a light over Town Gate. This and the Low Lighthouse were used in transit to aid navigation into the harbor. Withdrawn in 1862 and now houses a museum of local interest.
I used to love sunbathing looking at this wonderful scenery.
This beautiful church is a must visit destination for history lovers. It is very hard to find the real date of its construction , but surely is a 800-hundred church building.
This is the famous King’s College , the top 10 UK universities in the world.
It’s unexplainable the feeling ! A cool weather , a cool place , the sundown and the London Eye.🎡
Look at this place ! It’s huge ! I had the chance to meet one of my country’s greatest journalist covering the Brexit.
Unfortunately it was closed due the renovation , its bell , 13-ton bell to be precise , was silenced in August 2017.
This the veeeery famous London Eye and the Thames river.
Had to visit Grandma 👵🏻 ! She wasn’t home 😢
This place has many small stores and restaurants. You can have good food at a good price.