The walk takes in the house where Dr Samuel Johnson wrote the first English Dictionary, where Wynken de Worde established his popular printing press, where Samuel Pepys was baptised (along with his eight siblings!), the square where books were sold in their millions, the Old Bailey, built over Newgate prison and finishing at Lincoln’s Inn where several British Prime Ministers studied. Enjoy the people, the architecture and stories associated. Both thought provoking and occasionally amusing!

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A Walk around London's historic city centre

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