London. Part 3.

August 27, 2012

On a less than inspiring bank holiday morning, which had previously born plan to many an exciting outing, I feel it is time to reflect upon my final stop in London- whilst I attempt to decide what to do with my day. 

number five.

Hyde Park

After lots of urban wanderings it was time to relax in a more familiar rural setting. My hotel was located in a great location by Hyde Park.

I spent several mornings sitting and reading with the sound of these water fountains, and very little else. 

 The small garden was beautiful, as was the architecture. 

It was a lovely experience: both being at the Games and in London. I look forward to the Paralympics and hope that the nation rekindles its patriotic sentiments.
I know I'm glad to be back at home now, back to my routine, and with my family and friends. I have got to say that my waistline is definitely not missing London and all of its wonderful gastronomic opportunities.

I hope everyone's taking care, having fun, and enjoying what sun we do have!

Is anyone going to tune in to the Paralympics?

What has everyone got planned for their bank holiday?

1 comment:

  1. Your pictures from London make me want to plan a trip there all by myself and explore a place I haven't set foot in since I was about 10 (: Looks like you've had a lovely time and I will definitely be tuning in to the Paralympics! xx