It may not be the first stop on the tourist trail, but this is an area that shouldn’t be overlooked. Its beautiful bridge stretches the City of London, Temple and St. Paul’s Cathedral
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When you return to the streets, there’s so much you can do. Why not stroll the full length of the bridge, taking in the wonderful views as you go? Or head to the London Eye
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