|A very old 1700's Georgian church. I'm rockin' the new coat!|
|My sweetie crossing under a canal bridge.|
Little Venice was described this way: If you fancy something completely different, this is the walk for you. Little Venice is the prettiest and most romantic spot in town. A unique combination of white stucco, greenery, and water, it boasts the finest early Victorian domestic architecture in London; a Who's Who of famous residents (Robert Browning, Edward Fox, Joan Collins, Annie Lennox, and Sigmund Freud to name but a few); and a jewel of a "village" street. And that's not to mention its canals. One of them – Regent's Canal – is known as the "loveliest inland waterway in England". Part of the walk is along the canal towpath – which to this day is studded with fragments of evidence that bring the Age of Canals to life. And afterwards you can have tea – or a bite to eat – at a stylish canal-side cafe.
|One of the canals in Little Venice|
|The house of a British Admiral who inspired the character in Mary Poppins |
who would shoot off cannons and raise the flag!
|Permanent houseboat homes on the canal|
|One of Paul McCartney's old homes|
|Alice in Wonderland never had it so good!|
|Down the Rabbit Hole we go. Hope there's a gym down there!|