Nigel Rundstrom

London Off the Beaten Tracks

Curious about what you would experience on a driving tour with a London Blue Badge Guide?  Then watch this short video which provides insight and also imparts some information about London off the beaten tracks.

 

London Off the Beaten Tracks – with Nigel Rundstrom from Nadia Yoncheva on Vimeo.

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Nigel Rundstrom

Welcome to London! I am a Blue Badge Guide with a love of travel and meeting new people.
My main aim when Guiding is to optimise the day for what YOU want to do. My company, Mirandus Tours, specialises in tours that are interesting and fun, not just…

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