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A Walk Through History. Kenley ,a small village in south London is full of beautiful woods and walks. I have lived here for the last 10 years and enjoyed this place very much. Kenley Air Field has fascinated me. Its an excellent area to walk and explore the history of Britain. This RAF Air Field was actively used until the late 1960.It played an important role in WWII and a lot of the original blast pens and bunkers still stand proudly to this day. Now this Air field and the runways are used by the Surrey Hill Gliding Club. The area around the air field is open for public use. We run, walk, jog, exercise, ride bikes ,walk the dogs and more. On a good day its perfect for a picnic.as you enjoy your sandwich and a drink you can also watch the gliders take off and land.
Chatsworth House and Gardens has many visitors from all over the country, but it also has a beautiful estate where there are many areas to walk. One of my favourite walks is along the river to Beeley village, you walk across two beautiful old bridges and then a climb up to the hilltop. From the Emperor Waterfall and the Hunting Tower you can enjoy fantastic views right across the Estate.
This map shows me and my dog's two favourite routes in my neighbourhood. We like to go up to the park on the hill where we can enjoy the whole city view. Our second favourite route is to a little creek where we can meet a lot of other dogs.
If you want to experience a day of ASP student, here is a map to follow through. This a typical daily walk from back in my days Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk. In the cold winter days, it was really hard to leave the house for the itchy cold. My day starts with a run to the classes, and of course deadlines. After the classes I used to go to get coffee and work in one of my favourite cafes in old town, Drukarnia. I was walking through the Basilica, where it is always windy in front. Always. Somedays, my road was changing to stop by some friends' houses, but usually ends up with a cup of coffee. And of course, if you do not share a drink with friends in a Scottish Pub, the day does not count and you need to start all over again...
I'd love to share with you one of my family's favorite walk route! Explore so many amazing spots along the Embarcadero. There are popular tourists locations such as Pier 39 and Boudin bakery and also hidden gems inside the Ferry Building. Enjoy your day exploring all of them!
One of my favorite walks in any season is through the historic village of Kinderhook in upstate New York. The village was home to the 8th president of the US, Martin Van Buren, and today has a great mixture of history, agriculture and art. The center of the village is very pedestrian friendly with sidewalks and a bike/walk trail that takes you on a quiet stroll past orchards & farms.
Southwest desert hiking trail featuring common wildlife and plants. This is a local favorite - the bottom of the trail has a lot of people but as you climb higher you get the fantastic views all to yourself. It is state trust land and it is filled with creatures, if you are lucky enough to see them.
I love the village I live in because it is surrounded by nature. Just above my house, there is a path leading to an awsome lookout point (and a huge virgin overhanging the village as well -hence the potential redemption ^^). I often walk here, even more since the lockdown. There is no place I feel better than here, admiring the landscape amongst the trees. I love walking around the main street of the village too (ok ok, there is only one street :D).
In 2020, my life completely changed overnight. I gave birth to my beautiful baby. All the newborn checklists, pregnancy classes and books I read did not help and I had no idea what I was doing. Everyday seemed like a surprise! Good thing is that you learn fast. As a new mom, I learned fresh air and good naps are essential to good night’s sleep. So I, “my-neighborhood-is-boring” person, started strolling around my neighborhood with my baby and I have to say I quite enjoy it! Of course, huge part of the joy comes from seeing my baby busy discovering new things and the occasional nap is an added bonus! The map I illustrated shows the “new mom walk” I took with my baby around one of the parks in my neighborhood, the Englischer Garten, during the past year. Throughout the different seasons and weather, I discovered so many new and old things with my baby in this over 200 year old park.
This walk in another bit from the Green Chain in London. I used to do this walk to go to Eltham’s swimming pool but didn’t discover Vista field until I did that part of the Green Chain and I loved it. One of the things I like about London is that you can find hidden places where you don’t even feel that you are in the crowded London. You can visit Vista field and The Tarn and be alone. In Vista field you can see the famous London skyline and in The tarn you’ll be surrounded but the beautiful lake and a great variety of birds and plants. Eltham palace is very special as well, it looks like a place from a fairy tale with a bridge and beautiful trees.