Sometimes it’s nice just to set out, with no particular agenda, and see what you find. Well, actually, now that you mention it, I did have an agenda, but an uncontrived one. The plan was to walk through Hyde Park, then Green Park, then St. James’s Park and end up near the Houses of Parliament and then take the Westminster Tube home. And this is what I discovered:
So much gentler than “Yield”
Boot Camp. There were oh, so many of these brave, masochistic groups out.
What is this? Street skiing?
Pigeon Whisperer – Hyde Park
In London, even the trees are decked out in full regalia
Betwixt Hyde and Green Parks
Green Park Area
Looking back onto Hyde Park Corner from Wellington Arch area. Magnificent sunset.
Inline skaters taking to the streets.
Eponymous Green Park
Her Majesty Queen Victoria
St. James’s Park
Looking back from St. James’s Park
I found this quite interesting. I suppose children would love deciphering which guard is which!
Hmmm…I started out at about 7pm.
A lovely place to stop, with a stool and a table by the window.
Silver Cross Pub I had a “small” order of fish and chips. Couldn’t finish ’em.
Time to go home…
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