Posted by: Richard | April 29, 2010

Thames Path: Day 3

Well, the walk gets prettier every day, and I might hazard that the increase is logarithmic.  Day 3 was exquisite, walking along the river in glorious sunshine from Putney to Kingston (past Kew and Richmond).  The route finding is getting very easy, and this route is the first time it feels like being in the countryside.  The Thames is much more sedate here, and I feel like I’m seeing views that I have seen in paintings at the Tate Britain.

While this route is great, there are also some great opportunities to stop for a coffee or a pint, and we did both.  At the start of the walk we filled up at Carluccio’s for a fine Americano.  Near the end we stopped for a pint on a patio overlooking the Thames.

The route is here: http://www.livestrong.com/loops/london_day_3_thames_path__putney__kingston-pmycpeQFQ9/

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