A simple random fact about myself is that I am obsessed with parks. As a matter of fact with nature in general…
I visited Reagent’s park a while ago and it felt like I had wandered into my past. Memories of when I would run around with my friends in the park in search for ladybugs that we would pick up and allow crawl on our hands, left a warm fuzzy feeling on the inside.
Here is a list of my top 3 favourite parks in London.
If you happen to be in London see to it that you visit at least one of these spots…you won’t regret it.
All pictures taken with an Iphone 5s camera.
Mood: warm, tingy, fuzzy, delighted
Inspiration: Sun, magic, trees, warmth, branches, fairytales
- Holland Park: The first time I visited this park I really didn’t want to leave. It felt like I was in an enchanted forest. It’s just beautiful.
- Sunny Hill Park: This is my most frequently visited park; mainly because it’s located in north London and just about 15 minutes away from where I live. The fact that it’s geographically close to me is not actually what brings me back each time. The atmosphere is very refreshing and it’s just medicine for the mind and soul. The park is vast, open and everywhere I turn I see my favourite colour!
- Regent’s Park: One thing I love about this park (apart from its lovely scenery), is that it’s located very close to the zoo…they are practically in the same place. Double treat! So if you do visit Regent’s park, just have it planned to visit the zoo too.
There you have it guys! My top 3 favourite parks in London.
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