Amazingly before yesterday, I’d never walked through Regent’s Park. I’d driven through there many a time, but had never strolled along the canal. So on Sunday instead of taking the terrier to our usual haunt, Hampstead Heath, we drove further into the centre of London.
|One end of The Boating Lake|
|Terrier appreciation society|
|Canal boat approaching…|
|You wouldn’t believe on top of this bridge there’s busy traffic|
|OK, it wasn’t that busy on the bridge after all…|
|View of the Canal from the bridge|
|London cab on the Outer Circle|
It’s amazing to think that there is such a vast green space in central London, and that this is just one of the many parks in this great city. On a day like yesterday it was bliss walking along the canal – even dodging the odd runner and cyclist, it felt as if we had the place to ourselves.
What’s the point of the countryside again? (Just joking…)