Youngest sister, whose turn it was to decide the walking route, selected Little Venice in North London with a Greek lunch at a cafe which was not too far distant.
We all met promptly but decided on a coffee early on at a local Italian coffee house which we came across near to the canal, which warmed us all up a little.
The walk itself was chilly (see picture above) but interesting. We walked along the canal tow path for much of the way; then stopped for lunch at Lemonia a Greek restaurant near to Primrose Hill.
Lemonia was packed but fortunately youngest sister had booked us a table. I enjoyed a delicious fish soup, followed by dolmades which reminded me of travels in Greece years ago with my old friend John Farr: John Farr age c. 22. Rice pudding and mint tea to finish were excellent too.
We then walked on nearby to Primrose Hill itself, and to nearby St John's Wood, which both were very attractive.
The finish of the walk was to the nearest underground station, which thankfully, enabled us all to avoid the Bakerloo Line on our return journey home.