Nice walk out of paddington station. Nice canals, houseboats and beautiful homes. Quiet and easy to navigate with maps in the corners.
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Lovely part of London, quite a surprise. Take the boat trip to Camden Locks if you have about an hour. At the end of the day, it is only one way. Very nice to do on a warm day--and very interesting.
If you are in the area, by all means to there and see the boats lined up in the canal. However, I would not go out of my way to go there. Enjoyed it, but nothing spectacular.
Having read a number of negative reports on Little Venice I decided to visit myself. Only five minutes walk from Paddington railway station it is easy to reach.The Regent Canal is the focal point of Little Venice. Nothing like the real Venice. However there are...More
We happened upon this delightful area after a great breakfast at Beany Green Coffee...a treat in itself. It's a beautiful meandering canal that's ultimately feed by the Thames and is home to many canal houseboats. Each of these has it's own character, and provide some...More
Located directly north of Paddington is this tranquil pocket of picturesque canals known as Little Venice. It is a canal area home to waterside cafes, pubs and restaurants. There are also narrowboat cruise rides you can take along its waterways.
I suppose I'm spoiled living by the scenic Stourbridge canal network. It's basically a canal and other than a floating restaurant and a few house boats it is just that, a canal! I came here having read some 'tourist' stuff about how good it is...More