London 2012: The Olympic River Part 2
Here are some more photos from our trip up the River Thames during the Olympics. I’m assuming that the whole light show will stay in place now, minus the Olympic Rings of course, in which case I can’t recommend a night time visit to the river highly enough if you happen to be in London.
Magical is not a good enough word.
Here’s what we had all come to see.
But in every direction the river looked amazingly beautiful (that’s the home of the French Olympic delegation).
London Bridge has got itself a groovy new lighting scheme.
The Mayor’s Office had a laser light show featuring cyclists and tube trains amongst others.
Remember I blogged about the incredible new light show they’d installed on Tower Bridge? Well for some they flipped up the rings and then put the light show through its motions. HMS Belfast to the right also changed colour too.
And then the rings flipped back on and the Bridge turned gold to celebrate Mo Farah’s win in the 5,000 meters.
Here’s the view from the restaurant we dined at in Hay’s Galleria.
Finally, at midnight, we stopped off at the London Eye.
Slightly awesome n’est-ce pas?
Here are some more shots from my boat trip along the river.