Blackheath to Mudchute Park & Farm: Gallivanting in Glorious Greenwich

A warm welcome to all my fellow walking, outdoor or London lovers! My walk around the capital in this edition of the London Wlogger sees me explore the beautiful area of Greenwich where I begin in Blackheath, stroll through Greenwich Park and take a look at The Royal Observatory and the Prime Meridian Line. I’ll…… Continue reading Blackheath to Mudchute Park & Farm: Gallivanting in Glorious Greenwich

Mile End Park to London Fields: Exploring Parks of the 19th & 21st Century

Hello there! Thanks for joining me for another walking adventure across the city of London! This week I’m going to be exploring East London, where my journey begins at Mile End Park. From there I’ll take the beautiful Regent’s Canal walk to the amazing Victoria Park, before finishing in the very peaceful London Fields. Based…… Continue reading Mile End Park to London Fields: Exploring Parks of the 19th & 21st Century

St Paul’s Cathedral to Moorgate: The Influence of The Great Fire of London

A warm welcome to a new week, and a new walk! This instalment takes me from the iconic St Paul’s Cathedral past the financial district of Bank before finishing in Finsbury Circus in Moorgate. So grab your boots, and let’s get walking! My journey begins at St Paul’s Cathedral which has had a dedication to…… Continue reading St Paul’s Cathedral to Moorgate: The Influence of The Great Fire of London

Waterloo to The London Eye: From Britain’s Busiest Station to Attraction

It’s that time of the week again as I make another one of my trips around our great capital! This week’s journey starts at Waterloo Station and takes the short walk to a spectacular piece of architecture, as I end at The London Eye. My walk will take me via the Royal Festival Hall, and…… Continue reading Waterloo to The London Eye: From Britain’s Busiest Station to Attraction

Leadenhall Market to Old Spitalfields Market: From Selling Food to Food Architecture

Welcome once again as I delve into London’s great walks and history! Today’s journey takes me from one market to another. I begin at Leadenhall Market and then go via some well-known modern landmarks, The Cheese Grater and The Gherkin. I then stop by London Liverpool Street Station before going through Petticoat Lane Market and ending…… Continue reading Leadenhall Market to Old Spitalfields Market: From Selling Food to Food Architecture