Did Hampstead w/ Richard III and Nightime Thames pub one w/ Shaungh
Both were very enjoyable.
We've taken a lot of them and they are all pretty good. I particularly like the evening pub walks. London is a little quieter in the evenings and it makes it easier to hear (and cross streets.) And stopping for a break at a couple of pubs is nice. : )
The Jack the Ripper Walk is very, very popular and thus, very large crowds. It wouldn't be my first choice. The Along the Thames and Westminster by Gaslight are nice walks. But you really can't go wrong with any of them.
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Beach combing along the Thames was fascinating ! may have to contact them for detail of when though.
Last May we did "Apparitions, Alleyways and Ale", led by Russell on a Thursday evening. We really enjoyed hearing about the various ghosts in and around the Theatre District and St. James Park. Russell was a great guide and had wonderful stories to tell. I heartily recommend this one! We also enjoyed the walks around Hampstead Village and Kensington, among others. To tell you the truth, we've taken many, and haven't been disappointed yet!
We did the Jack the Ripper walk with Shaughan. Even though there was a crowd, his voice projected and it was informative and entertaining.
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