This post is sponsored by 111places but all opinions are my own.
Before this walk, I didn’t think much of Wapping, in the borough of Tower Hamlets. Moreover, I had never thought of walking from there all the way to Canary Wharf either. One of my really good friends lives near Wapping Woods and since she joined me on this walk she was pretty happy to have found a beautiful new walk to do with her dog and baby. This walk was extremely cold due to the fact that Storm Emma hit nearly a few days after. We felt pretty adventurous, and cold, once we finished.
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It’s official, we are collaborating with 111 Places in covering their book “33 Walks in London that You Shouldn’t Miss” : ) Nearly two months ago I was in Waterstones in Hampstead and came across this really cool book in their London section. After taking a look at some of the pages, I knew that I had to have it. I’ve decided to do all of these walks for the rest of 2018, which will allow me to explore London (my new home), stay active, take some photos for the ‘gram and even bond with some of my friends. I’m looking forward to sharing my adventure on my blog and my Instagram. To follow me around London, make sure to follow me on Instagram and the hashtag I created for this project #evydoes33walks
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This blog post covers “The Wharves Walk” page 186 of “33 Walks in London that Shouldn’t Miss”.
“Savour the incredible view across the water to Canary Wharf, the shimmering towers of Citibank and HSBC standing head, shoulders, and knees above their neighbours.” (Perry 190)
“public house, where the great English writers Charles Dickens and Samuel Pepys were known to drink.” (Perry 190)
“was notably, bought in 2011 by the actor Sir Ian McKellan.” (Perry 193)
“was a sugar warehouse built in the early 19th century by Napoleonic prisoners of war” (Perry 194).
“Cross straight over the roundabout at Westferry Circus to West India Avenue and you’re moving into the epicentre of the business district at Cabot Square, where belowground are miles of shops” (Perry 193).
Not Pictured: Wren’s Landing and Wapping Wall