A morning trip to the East India Docks by DLR to listen to a music piece composed to play for 1000 years non-stop.
The Longplayer has been going on for 13 years and 233 days when we were there.
This is the light house at Trinity Buoy Wharf where the music is playing - one of the London's secrets.
The wharf is extremely quiet - with old warehouses are making ways for these quirky boxes.
From the wharf, a good view of the business district at Canary Wharf.
And the Millennium Dome - where people were seen climbing on top - like the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
On one of these Thames Clippers
passing by the iconic buildings of London
The Shard at London Bridge -a 87-storey glass skyscraper completed in 2012 and
presently the tallest building in the EU.
Quite a few high rise buildings under development are seen sprouting up among the old low rise chimney buildings in central London
The changing skyline - from Toby's flat in Greenwich
View from Greenwich Park
Besides these outdoor locations, the art places - Royal Academy of Arts where the summer exhibition was on, National Portraits Gallery and Tate Britain is part and parcel of our round in London.
A new Turner Gallery was open at the Tate.
Another place we visited this time was the Sutton House at Hackney - a tudor house built by a courier of Henry VIII in the 16th century.