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Walking in London

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I've been scouring the London posts here and also guidebooks.

We are used to walking a lot in Paris and using the Metro, but sometimes in Paris it's faster just to walk because of all the stairs & hallways.

That said, my question is-------Would it be reasonable for us to walk from say the Eye, across the bridge to St. Paul's, and then on to Covent Gardens? It really doesn't look that far on the map and maybe taking the tube would be just as much walking. Also we would see more walking than the inside of the tube tunnels.

I realize that London is a huge city but it seems walkable right in the center. Am I crazy to want to walk?

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