A six day and seven nights walking holiday with (aunty) Mary and John Taylor.
This was my first riverside long distance walk and a welcome escape from the last 16 months of the infamous Covid 19 global pandemic.
It was not a easy stroll during a hot July, but the rewards both during and after the walks were well worth the effort.
Each day's walk was different, the scenery and buildings reflecting the increasing wealth of the inhabitants.
There were many boats, moored and moving, crews training in their fast 'eights', kayaks, paddle boards and cruisers.
We stayed in different accomodation on each of the seven nights. Every evening we had a meal in a different restaurant.
It was a fantastic week and a great way to get to know a part of England I'd not seen before, except on television.
|[Walk day]||Date||Hotel||Start||End||Miles walked||Photos|
|(0)||Sat 10 July||Oxford Townhouse||Train travel||Oxford|
|(1)||Sun 11 July||The Cosener's House, Abingdon.||Oxford||Abingdon||10||click|
|(2)||Mon 12 July||Coachmakers Arms, Wallingford.||Abingdon||Wallingford||17||click|
|(3)||Tues 13 July||George Hotel, Pangbourne.||Wallingford||Pangbourne||13||click|
|(4)||Wed 14 July||Leander Club, Henly on Thames.||Pangbourne||Henley on Thames||16.5||click|
|(5)||Thur 15 July||The Chequers, Marlow.||Henley on Thames||Marlow||9||click|
|(6)||Fri 16 July||The Christopher Hotel, Eton.||Marlow||Eton||17||click|
|Sat 17 July||Train home||82.5 total|