My long London walk

I have just had an amazing couple of days in London. Got back home on Saturday night and felt like my feet might actually drop off. I thought that when I plotted my route on the map that it may have stretched to 25 miles, okay perhaps a little optimistic, but it really did feel like the marathon walk.

London is just the perfect city for discovering something new, something amazing… Around every corner there are things to see. I can honestly say that my trek through London helped me rediscover the brilliant Buckingham Palace, secrets of Soho and the towering heights of the Shard.

I must head back down to London soon.screenshot-2017-01-30-17-57-53

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3 thoughts on “My long London walk

  1. Love that city!! Next time collect some good tips for a family with 4 children ranging from 3 to 15. We will be there for 2 or 3 days in the summer. As an experienced teacher, what do you think we should not miss with them? Thanks!!! 😘😘😘

    • Maybe you need a tour guide.

      I have actually written a few posts about London. If you go into the search on my blog you will be able to access them.

      I am happy to make a list of ‘must see’ things too. x

  2. I love London; it’s my favourite place in the whole world. There is so much to see – not just the tourist attractions but street art & sculpture, musicians, performers, singers, weirdos… I go as often as I can; which isn’t often enough.

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