Good day, beautiful people! As you know, I am participating in a 22k walk with the London Winter Walk for a charity called Woman’s Trust. So it was time to practice and train my legs for this long walk. I went a few weekends for a long walk, but the one from King’s Cross to Greenwich was one of the walks to remember. This walk was more than 26k. [Can you believe it? I can’t]
The route was from Kings Cross to St.Pauls up to the river Thames and then from London Bridge directly straight to Greenwich. [The last part was the hardest] We started very early in the morning, around 10 am and arrived in Greenwich around 2 pm. Best part was a lovely lunch at The Coach & Horses [My first Sunday roast and muled wine of the year ], took some pictures on the way and of the incredible view of Canary Wharf [always confuse this view with the skyline in the city] and headed back to King’s Cross.
The part from Greenwich back to the river Thames is quite long. Or is it only when your legs start to feel sore? [It was a mental struggle for sure, but once you over a point of discomfort and tiredness, somehow you will find new energy to keep going] With this in my mind, I am not worried at all. [Bring it on, I am ready for the London Winter Walk]
So enjoy some of the beautiful pictures I took along the way. If you are looking for long city walks, this is one of the best! You will see so much of the city during a long walk. A plus is that you can always take a bus or Tube back home, have a delicious lunch anywhere [this is usually my highlight of the walk] and clear your mind while walking.
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