May 2019. It was a grey afternoon in London and the lazy wanderings of the day had taken The Fairy and I to Regent’s Park, one of London’s six royal greens. Dating back to 1649, the park was first used by that old scoundrel Henry the 8th as a spacious hunting ground. It was called […]Read More
Tag: London travel guide
September 2015. Every time I come to London I’m always amazed all over again at just how wonderfully green the city is. Upon my return each year I try to visit a different park and I’m nowhere near getting through everything. Hyde Park is arguably London’s most popular green space and thoroughly manageable at a […]Read More
April 2017. There are worse things one could do in London on a sunny Sunday afternoon than strolling around Hampstead Heath shooting the shit with an old friend. With a rich two hundred year history, Hampstead Heath is a huge, 800-acre park of giant ponds, open fields, dotted woodlands and rolling meadows. This is the […]Read More
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