London’s ever changing skyline

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ImageYesterday, a glorious summers day in London ( finally, we’ve just has the most miserable of springs) I was fortunate enough to spend most of my afternoon on the 38th floor of the Heron Tower,  situated in the heart of the ‘City of London’ a stones throw from Bishopsgate and Liverpool St station.  Heron Tower boasts 2 restaurants and a bar situated on the 38th, 39th and 40th Floors. If you can stomach the very fast , ear popping glass elevator ride, the views over London are unrivalled. The glass windows and outdoor balconies mean you can have a 360 view, amazing! It’s a different perspective seeing  The Gherkin and The Shard from this height and ,winding river Thames as far as Greenwich, Tower Bridge and The Tower of London and as far north as Wembley stadium and beyond. What is amazing is the amount of construction still going on 24/7 with some new super high modern skyscrapers being built which will all have panoramic restaurants and bars situated on their top floors.

I spent my afternoon at Sushi Samba , the service and food were a good as it gets and oh the sushi..

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