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London rambler and footpath guide.

Evans, Howard.

London rambler and footpath guide.

by Evans, Howard.

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Published by Vickers in London .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination89 p. ;
Number of Pages89
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20078200M

Borough Market is definitely a spot not to miss in London. One of the oldest markets in London (its first mention was in !), it has recently been through a lot of refurbishment. (Local insight: the refurbishment has divided locals - some love it, others hate it!) Most of the stalls and shops remain and actually new ones have since appeared. We feel there is no better or more authentic way to experience a destination than on foot. The scenery, local culture, history and food is best experienced, and most genuine, on foot. We will provide the itinerary, trail maps, trail guide book, accommodations, luggage transfers to and from each accommodation and local emergency contact.

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The book did contain as an appendix the linear maps from the first guide mentioned above. The black and white photographs were largely disappointing. In came a splendid Recreational Path Guide produced jointly by the Aurum Press and the Ordnance Survey in association with the Kent County Council and covering a route extended to Hastings.

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You are now coming across London Bridge, the original bridging point of the Thames from 2, years ago, (see first stage of walk). Cross over the busy approach road to London Bridge and take Tooley Street, parallel to the river. London Bridge railway station is over on your right, there is a very atmospheric basement with shops here.

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Visit the Tower of London site, for the latest info about visiting, and for helpful tips like Top Ten Things to See.; Tickets can be purchased online at the Tower of London site. The Tower of London is stroller-friendly and has baby-changing facilities; The Tower of London is easily reached by the London Underground and is a short walk from the Tower Hill station.