I strolled around on my way to the tube station and found Riverside 2 Ristorante. Nice breakfast of scrambled eggs with salmon and toast; I can forget about that coffee-shop.
I tubed out to Greenwich (map) and spent the morning in the Royal Maritime Museum. I went thru exhibits on Nelson’s era, World War I ship models, the fall of the British East India Company, and the Atlantic slave trade. So many furious engines of war!
After a late lunch in the museum cafeteria, I walked up the hill into Greenwich Park. I looked at the Greenwich Observatory, whose longitude is the world’s point of reference, but didn’t go in, due to museum fatigue. I went into the cute planetarium, but the content was pretty juvenile. There were droves of children, many of them speaking French.
I had supper at the Riverside 2. I’d hoped to buy theater tickets or find some live music. But I had gotten back to town too late for the theaters, and I walked around the neighborhood without hearing any bands. I saw several pubs, but they were just entertaining with beer.