4 March 2015

These boots are made for walking

One Saturday morning last month I joined one of Walk London's free Winter Wanders Weekend Walks.

The tour I'd chosen was St Paul's - The Secret Corners of the City and Hidden Alleyways and Courtyards. On arriving at the statue of Queen Anne outside St Paul's Cathedral I was amazed to see more than 100 people. I thought, "oh gawd, no" and inwardly cringed. But, phew, there were two Westminster tour guides there so the pack split in half and off we went on two non-clashing routes.
I was pleased to see that more than half the group were Londoners just like me who were there to learn more about our fair city. And we weren't disappointed because June our guide was bubbling over with facts and information, all easily heard at the back through her portable public address system.
I hope there will be similar weekends happening again sometime soon. Meanwhile, get your walking shoes on and go on one of their recommended unguided walks outside the Central zone. See the Walk London site here.


  1. The Walk London Site is a government website, at the 1st look I though its an affiliate website.

  2. Wow.Rates that are set foot in all this citys is great.

  3. I visited the website and it seems to be good. What is the main purpose of the Walk London Site?

  4. Very nice post. You talk about nice shoes. this shoes is best in this situation. But you must know about plantar fasciitis. Some shoes protect us from plantar fasciitis. so be careful about it. Thanks for this post.


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