It's right on the Thames and there is still plenty of history still visible from when it was mainly the center of London's shipping industry. These are some house boats nearby.
Here's some of the prettier more modern walkways and areas as you get closer to the new office buildings and such. This is where I plan on having my daily runs!
Now in the center of the Docklands, Canary Wharf, I didn't get any pictures of the buildings, all the modern ones look the same to me, but here's an interesting Streetlight don't you think?! And they say driving on the opposite side would be the hardest part...ha! Seriously though it's just some 'art.'
After walking around the area to familiarize ourselves with restaurants and such, we then headed south of the Thames to Greenwich. Technically a completely different city, but oh so close! Greenwich is the home of the old Royal Naval College, Queen Anne's summer home, and the Royal Observatory, from where all time is measured.