Anyway, it was later on Sunday when I took the cruise on Thames (I like to think of it as a boat ride rather than a cruise) that I came to know that this is the Millennium Bridge. The excellent commentary we had on the boat, we were told “this is the Wibbly Wobbly Bridge, also known as the Millennium Bridge. As soon as it opened it vibrated so bad that it had to be closed down, so we like to call it the Wibbly Wobbly Bridge.”
I crossed the Millennium Bridge (though I didn’t know its name while crossing) after roaming around the St. Paul’s Cathedral area. In the background one can see the Tate Modern (at that time I didn’t know that the entry is free). And as I was reading these lines again, I can see what a well researched traveler I am!