Daily Wanderlust: London’s Hyde Park

London was my first stop of my long-term travels in 2012. Somehow, I managed to skip a post-long-haul nap, have a reunion with a travel buddy I met in Croatia and spent a few days on Hvar with, and also reunited with a friend from Las Vegas.

I did a lot of exploring while I was in London, from Notting Hill to Big Ben to the quaint pubs with yummy British food (hello, Toad in the Hole deliciousness).

My favorite day was spent with my old friend from Vegas, as he, his girlfriend and another couple wandering through London.

Including a visit to one of London’s Royal Parks, Hyde Park. The park stretches 360 acres in the city and is absolutely spectacular to visit.

Published by dtravelsround

Awakening the soul while traveling ... a story of being on the cusp of adulthood.

8 thoughts on “Daily Wanderlust: London’s Hyde Park

  1. You Cant beat a good Wander in London – I used to walk for hours when i first moved there in the 90’s
    Never once used an A-Z , Just wandered – I wasn’t going anywhere so i could never get lost.



  2. One of my favorite parks to visit for a Sunday afternoon sunning and snoozing while I lived in London. It’s a beautiful park. But, I’m biased…although London has some lovely parks, Central Park in New York City is a gem: 250 acres of lawns in the middle of the City That Never Sleeps.


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