If you're in London for the Olympic and Paralympic Games and fancy exploring the city in between visiting the venues and watching copious amounts of sport, why not come on a fun, informal and informative walking tour ... with me (as recommended by Time Out in their list of 101 Best Things To Do In London
You can either choose from one of my three 'pay what you want' weekend walks
which are taking place every weekend throughout August, or, if you have a spare few hours during the week, get in touch and I'd love to show you around this amazing city. I can either suggest an itinerary, or if you have some sights or areas that you'd particularly like to see, let me know and I'll build a tour around them.
Here are just a few of the people who came on walks during July:
St James's Park & Buckingham Palace
Simon & Fion from the U.S.A in St James's Park, (which is right by where the beach volley ball is currently being played) with Buckingham Palace in the background.
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese
Colin & Co. over from LA, enjoying a well deserved drink in the 17th Century pub, Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese.
Valerie, Vladamir & Polina from the U.S.A via Russia and Ukraine, with a very life like statue in Piccadilly on our way to St James's Palace.
Tower Bridge - Olympic Rings
Sheree and Cortney were over from Wisconsin and should probably get an award for putting up with me for a whole three days. However, they did visit the Tower of London, St Paul's Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, Kensington Palace, Buckingham Palace, The Churchill War Rooms and Harrods ... to name but a few.
City Of London
Silke and Simone from Germany who explored Spitalfields, Brick Lane, Shoreditch and Hoxton.
Dennis Severs' House - 18 Folgate Street
Margie, Luca, Bianca, Alma & Anita from Italy outside Dennis Severs' House
near to Old Spitalfields market.
Columbia Road Flower Market
One of the Sunday groups, having just had a mooch around Columbia Road Flower Market.
I look forward to hearing from you, and if I don't, then I hope you have a great time in London during the Olympics anyway.