London: Royal Observatory, Greenwich

From the Earl’s Court Underground Tube station, I took the District line to Westminster, then the Jubilee line to London Bridge. From there, I switched to the Southeastern Rail Line and arrived at the Greenwich Rail Station about 45 minutes after I had left my hotel.


Earl’s Court Underground Tube Station, London.

A twenty-minute walk to the top of a large grassy hill brought me to the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, which overlooks London and the River Thames and is a famed location in the history of astronomy and navigation. It is a spring day in London, and today the green park expanse below the observatory is filled with both tourists and locals enjoying the sunshine.

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