The atmosphere was fantastic. There were stalls selling everything toys, hats, clothes, and much more. There were buskers playing all through the markets. One in particular was really amazing, he definitely was a 1 man band, and he gathered quite a crowd.
It belongs to the National Heritage and is managed by one of the big breweries in UK. It was built in 1676, and fortunately, as it was on the south side of the Thames River, it escaped the Great Fire of London. As it was a beautiful summers afternoon, we sat in the courtyard and had a drink, before going upstairs to the Gallery Restaurant for an early dinner. It was evident that we were sitting in a room that was built in 1676.
From here we caught a taxi to Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, to watch Romeo and Juliette.
It was modern production, but we really enjoyed it.
We caught the ferry back to Tower Bridge and then the bus to the apartment. We called in to the Mini Supermarket, that is beside the apartment block. that we had been into every morning and night since we arrived, to check the balance on the Oyster Card, and supplies for breakfast, and just to have a chat to the man we had become friendly with :)