Waterloo, London, WC2R 2PP
The entire London skyline, the soft clouds, the enriched cultured rains the dismissive sun and the ancient Thames all in the palms of your hands. And then the bridge that reaches over and says welcome, reflect in my presence, taste the history and leave your own mark, embed me in your own life- existence. A master piece of its own. remarkable. breathe taking. unique.more
Waterloo, waterloo, there's not much there for me and you, after all it's named after Napoleon's big defeat. But on the other side of the bridge, there are many locations worth your time. I'm glad I dont have to take a boat to go to the other side of the Thames, and in that sense this bridge is really useful, after all that's what bridges are for right?
PS: It must be bloody cold crossing the...more
It might not be much to look at, but what you can look at from atop Waterloo Bridge is mighty fine - the cheapest (free) and grandest sightseeing destination in the entire city.
Things you can see while sauntering across Waterloo Bridge's unobstructed walkways:
- the Palace of Westminster (Houses of Parliament)
- St Stephen's Clocktower (Big Ben)
- the London Eye
- the OXO tower
I like to walk across this bridge in winter with a sense of purpose and feel like Bridget Jones in the movie. Sad but true.
Yes I am reviewing a bridge. But I really, really like this bridge. The only reason I'm not five staring it is because some idiot keeps on digging it up so I can't cycle across it.
It's a damn ugly bridge though. Very useful, you know, for crossing the river and such...more
Crossing Waterloo Bridge, whether it be by foot , on a bus, or driving my own car, always has the same effect - it rekindles that love of London, the excitement, the buzz that makes living in the city so special. It's like a living picture postcard with views to Tower Bridge, the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye, Somerset House, and my nighttime favourite, the National Theatre. I choose...more