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City Break London: A Walk Along Regent's Canal
Submitted by ManjaB on 2009-02-24 05:42:27 (via www.off-the-beaten-track.net)
An unusual way to spend time in London, but worth a try: a walk along a nineteenth-century canal, where once narrow freighters were towed by horses. The scenery is an inspiring combination of nature, industrial landmarks and quiet parks.
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-02-26 07:49:47
This is really very unusual... it never even occurred to me. Do a lot of people travel this way? How much does it take to travel in this way?
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Submitted by ManjaB on 2009-02-26 07:53:41
I guess not a lot of people do this, but it's a great way to spend time in a big, busy city. I don't understand what you mean by "how much does it take to travel this way" You mean financially? The same as all other ways of traveling, except that while you're walking, you don't spend money.
Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-02-26 08:12:36
I meant how much time) you know when traveling with a tour guide it never takes more than half a day, how ever if walking one day could be too little)
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-02-26 09:10:12
Well, that's the beauty of it; as you can read in the travelogue, you can walk as long as you want, there always is an underground (subway) station nearby. And there are signs everywhere, so you don't get lost. Really don't need a guide to do this. But do bring a good map of London, that has this area in it.
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