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Regents Canal Waterbus boat tour Camden Town to Little Venice

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From modern day urban graffiti, unique architecture, industrial history to landscaped gardens and wildlife, the route gives an insight to the unique mix that forms this part of London.<br><br>Travel on a converted traditional narrowboat
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Scarlet Cavallo wrote a review Mar 2020
Atlanta, Georgia264 contributions57 helpful votes
If you enjoy architectural details this is a place worth visiting but you need to ad more activities to this trip to make it worth it, take a walk around the river and stop at the Borough market for a nice meal and a hot wine to keep yourself warm and happy.
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Date of experience: March 2020
2 Helpful votes
Cambridge Guru wrote a review Jan 2020
Cambridge, United Kingdom832 contributions766 helpful votes
I chanced on the palace remains as I enjoyed the SouthBank walk on New Years Day. There isn't much to see and the interpretation board is wordy and worthy. But if you enjoy seeing the remains of the 12th century bishops palace for free, this might be for you (or you can see older more intact buildings elsewhere in London instead.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Micklah wrote a review Dec 2019
United Kingdom411 contributions121 helpful votes
It's a nice but curious monument to what was medieval Winchester Palace as all that is left is a couple of walls and part of what I presume was a crypt. Now surrounded by hideous modern buildings you can be forgiven for passing it at a second glance.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Mindy1001 wrote a review Oct 2019
261 contributions131 helpful votes
Walked around here to see various sites but this site is very special in contrast to the modern surroundings. Pretty brick/ stone work window. Incredible it’s lasted so long!!
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Date of experience: September 2019
Steve T wrote a review Sep 2019
Preston, United Kingdom19929 contributions716 helpful votes
We just happened to be passing this spot and had no idea that this ruin was here let alone that it had been a palace in a previous life. Though it housed but a bishop in the days of such the clergy were powerful individuals and so a historic landmark of note. It's good that this ruin has at least been preserved for posterity and is yet another interesting adjunct to the ever popular Thames path stroll.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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