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@drbjork @eskarina
The RiverBus boat trip is really a good idea, especially if you want to visit Greenwich.
To get the maximum out of it you need to pay by Oyster card, make sure you top up enough money. Then a trip is about 6£. Start at Westminster Pier or opposite at London Eye and the trip to Greenwich takes about 30-40 min. Also sit outside at the back of the RiverBus.

@marcuse1w We'll be staying near King's Cross. Are there river boats nearby? Someone told me that RiverBus to Camden Market could be worthwhile too.

@drbjork
The official Transport for London (TfL) river bus is on the Thames and public transport.
Kings cross is not next to the Thames but it is almost inevitable that you go there (not far)
There is also Regent canal (right behind Kings Cross station, nice walk) and you can make a boat trip from Little Venice to Camden Lock (or vice versa). Also nice but if you have to chose one take the RiverBus, if you are interested in Greenwich at all that is.

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