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Park
“Covering 350 acres, Hyde Park is London's largest open space and has been a destination for sightseers since 1635. One of the park's highlights is the Serpentine, an 18th-century man-made lake popular for boating and swimming. Hyde Park is also where you'll find Speakers' Corner, a traditional forum for free speech (and heckling). Another Hyde Park landmark is Apsley House, former home of the first Duke of Wellington and purchased after his famous victory at Waterloo. Now a museum, it houses Wellington's magnificent collections of paintings, including Velázquez's The Waterseller of Seville, along with gifts presented by grateful European kings and emperors. England's greatest hero is also commemorated at the Wellington Arch.”
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Park
“Less popular but much more beautiful than Hyde Park, this park is a must do. Go walk, run, cycle or just lie there. Within the park, Vvisit Queen Mary’s gardens where you’ll find all kind of flowers, foutains and trees.”
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Park
“Nice big park. Good to jog in. The bit to the west of the dividing road, a bit further away from the flat is nicer.”
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Park
“This is lovely in summer and has great views over London from Parliament Hill. You can even go swimming in the ponds there. Easiest way to get there is by Overground and you can take the Brondesbury stop which is right around the corner. It's just 3 stops. When you come out, turn to your right and go up the hill (S Hill Park) which forks left becoming Parliament Hill. Go up there and it takes you into the park and it's a short climb to the top of the hill where you'll get some pretty breathtaking views. ”
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Lake
“Battersea Park is a ten minute walk over the bridge and is a peaceful place to go for a run or walk. There is a little cafe which is ideal for that morning coffee!”
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Park
“Wonderful royal park with great rose garden, cricket pitch, tennis courts, deer, playground and Queen Victoria’s ancient oak tree that she used to play in. Overlooking the River Thames and home to one of London’s most iconic views, Greenwich Park is an amazing mix of 17th century landscape, stunning gardens and a rich history that dates back to Roman times. The park’s 183 acres has something for everyone. Stand on the Prime Meridian, the reference point for the rest of the world, and visit The Royal Observatory. Follow in the footsteps of England’s kings and queens with a walk through Greenwich’s ancient trees. Visit the tranquil flower, herb and orchard gardens then stop for tea at the Pavilion Café.”
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Rock Climbing Spot
“Great Park to see the Olympic Stadiums and slide down the ArcelorMittal Orbit”
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Park
“Kensington Gardens is aside Hyde Park, they merge....and theyre its really just up the street...well a 25min walk away, you can jump on the bus too...”
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Park
“Escape to the great outdoors in Richmond Park with its wide open spaces, grasslands and deer herds, just a stone’s throw from central London. The park is a top UK site for ancient trees and supports a range of rare species including fungi, birds, beetles, bats, grasses and wildflowers. Discover the Isabella Plantation woodland gardens, refuel at Pembroke Lodge tea rooms and enjoy distant views of St Paul’s Cathedral from King Henry’s Mound. Try your hand at power kiting, horse riding or golf, or hire a bike for some off-road cycling along the Tamsin Trail.”
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Utsiktspunkt
“At the top of London's tallest building, set beside the River Thames, The View from The Shard is a multi-sensory experience; combining awe-inspiring 360 degree views of the city in a unique setting - an escape from the hustle and bustle of the streets below. Whats great is that you can reach this destination within 30 mins by foot! Why not try booking a table during sunset, so you can watch London transform from day to night. ”
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Park
“Holland Park is truly a unique and amazing park. There is the unmissable Japanese Garden with a waterfall, Japanese fish in a pond and a resident heron bird ( Kyoto Garden). Also wooded walks, sunny lawns, cafe, smart restaurant, tennis, free outdoor exercise facilities and a small gallery. In summer there is an outdoor opera. Holland Park is an oasis of peace and tranquility.”
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Botanical Garden
“Discover the world of science behind our botanical collections, with over 50,000 living plants to be found across our UNESCO World Heritage site.”
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Beach
“A short cab ride from East Dulwich. A historic area which was the heart of Britain's Maritime history with museums, ships, restaurants and parks. The Royal observatory is where the first time zones were created.”
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Utsiktspunkt
“Great views on a clear day and still within walking but you can also catch a bus”
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Pool
“It's a real treat to have a proper swimming open-air pool just around the corner. It has been recently renovated and is very popular when the weather is gorgeous.”
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Museum
“The Horniman Museum and Gardens is a museum in Forest Hill, London, England. Commissioned in 1898, it opened in 1901 and was designed by Charles Harrison Townsend in the Arts and Crafts style. Great for kids!”
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