They finally reopened the Millennium Bridge on Friday; surprisingly, this seemed to make the news all over the world. I'd hoped to go down there this weekend, but in the end we did a big roast lunch thing round our house on Sunday, and the shopping beforehand took care of Saturday too.
On the other hand, work's not too far from the bridge, so I went down there yesterday evening. For most of the 18 or so months it was closed, the bridge was completely dark at night; now, it's lit up again, and wandering under it (the Thames was low- but handy hint, kids, soggy mud in the dark can be dangerous, do take care) and then crossing from the Tate to St Pauls was lovely. It was quite quiet, but then the bridge is surprisingly wide. I really wish I'd brought my camera; I'll have to start carrying it with me again.
It's great that it's open.