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Take a Thames River Boat Cruise for things to do in London
Published: Thursday 20th of October 2011
A relaxing and comfortable way to see the city, passengers will cruise past many of London's celebrated landmarks.
Furthermore, the boat allows for a closer view of the Millennium Footbridge, as well as Westminster Abbey and Big Ben - both thought to be iconic buildings in London.
Tourists can take advantage of warm weather with the boats' open upper decks, or shelter from the elements in their spacious lower saloons, which feature panoramic windows.
Visitors who would prefer to see London from dry land could opt for a bicycle tour and hop on a mountain bike or traditional cycle to see the capital.
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