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15 August 2006

London Walks for your MP3 Player is what it says – there 15 areas of central London covered (so far). So much more handy than carrying around a guidebook. For an alternative – a single downloadable package of 15 sites plus a map – see iaudioguide (which covers a number of other European cities as well). I heard about it via a roundup of such guides at Londonist – a (rather patchy) commercial blog about all things London.


  1. […] Someone like Neil Rhind for example does a fantastic talk about the history of Blackheath Village and the ideal homes: Suburbia in Focus website suggests there’s some existing research to draw on. (via David Brake) […]

    Pingback by Someday I Will Treat You Good » walks for your MP3 player — 15 August 2006 @ 3:36 pm

  2. ‘rather patchy commercial blog’ – wow, let me go add that to our press quotes section.

    (glad you liked the article though)

    Comment by Rob — 16 August 2006 @ 4:42 pm

  3. Thanks for pointing me in the direction of this. I seem to be stuck when I go to London in wandering in the same areas now I can go explore further afield and know what I’m looking at !

    Comment by Mark — 14 June 2007 @ 8:15 am

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