Tuesday 2 July 2002 9.39pm
Try the Royal Festival Hall
-fabulous views from the Peoples Palace Restuarant and you don't have to have dinner to simply have a drink!Also there are free concerts on so look at the website www.rfh.org.uk to find out what's on.Everything from jazz to swing dancing!
Go down to The Cut
-between Waterloo Station
and Southwark tube station-several good places to drink and dine.Try a little further down the river from Gabriels Wharf under Blackfriars Bridge
and go to the Tate Modern
-several places in there for a cappucino and some great art..Next stop could be the Shakespeare's Globe
and then the Anchor Inn.Next to that is Vinopolis
Museum of Wine.You'll enjoy the experience of learning about and drinking fine wines of the world.Next stop-Southwark Cathedral
is definately worth a visit-small bu beautiful.That should keep you busy!I'm a northen-westerner too,living on Bankside for the last 2 1/2 years and I love it because there is so much to see and do.Don't forget St Paul's Cathedral just across the not so Wobbly Brige from the Tate.Enjoy!