In the car we shared to catch our flight to London from Preveza, there was a couple from the United Kingdom and a driver from Afghanistan who had been an interpreter for the US. He was an extremely vocal supporter of our president, whereas the couple were the opposite.
We were fortunate enough to be able to spend our last two nights in Greenwich where we saw the Cutty Sark ship.
Summer was yet a month away, but it was still a gorgeous evening for a stroll along the Thames.
On our last day we returned to Tate Modern via a river boat to see the rest of the free exhibits and eat lunch at the window bar while watching all the people out enjoying the lovely weather.
A last view of the Shard:
We finally found The Design Museum which had moved across the river and to the west side of London into a brand new building built just for its exhibits. A special exhibit, California: Designing Freedom, was opening the day after we were leaving.
Until next time...Good bye, London!