Cobbled streets, quaint ale houses, walks in park, a castle, close to Eton, Thames Path, independent and chain stores, boat trips, swans and ….home to Royalty.
Say the place name Kew and most people think Gardens. This upscale London ‘village’ boasts its own cricket green, can claim part of the Thames path and of course is host to many visitors as they visit Kew House and it’s grounds. But it’s not all about the gardens for me. Walking the Thames path […]
In recent years I get to visit Oxford maybe once or twice annually and each time I go I learn something new. This time I learned that Charles Dodgson aka Lewis Carroll was a maths master at Christchurch College. I had been wondering why so many Alice references in the area! Not least at Cafe […]
There is nothing better than catching the last of the autumn sun by walking alongside one of our national treasures – the Thames. The pathways might be a bit muddy but the views are polished and the terrain relatively flat. Parking by the National Trust cafe on the Windsor Road at Runnymede you can make […]