OUT AND ABOUT IN LONDON

Tuesday, 7 October 2014

Our Summer and warm long days are gone and it seems that the new season has arrived. I am very grateful for this year's long gentle Summer, that has brought us so many gorgeous sunny days. I have been taken trips to different part of the city, walking miles and exploring my local area more and more. London is a busy city, full of life and people, and as such, it can be quite overwhelming at times, so I tend to scape to the many amazing parks that we have in the big smoke.
My local park, Peckham Rye, with its own wild life and trees, and one of my local pubs, just around the corner from me, long walks after work, and entertaining conversations with friends...
Nunhead cemetery, the local pride, I love getting lost in there, although I find it a bit spooky, 
have you been? 
Dulwich park, simply stunning, and surrounding by amazing architecture, if I only had the money...
This is the most beautiful house (above), in Bushey Hill Road, Camberwell,  
where I lived for many years.
Regent's park, possibly the most beautiful park in London, so graceful, peaceful, and multicultural...
Limehouse and the riverside, I dont tend to go to this part of the city that often, but since I met (someone very nice who happen to work around there), I am getting to know it better. There are some nice and interesting hidden places yet to be discover...
Photos by me

3 comments:

  1. Oooww Peckam Rye is where I used to go for a run every weekend! I lived in Honor Oak Park and loved it there! Have you been to One Tree Hill? X

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  2. Jo, me ha encantado este paseo Marga.... daría algo grande por poder pasear un rato por Londres...

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