Regent’s Park And A Picnic
Of the many pleasures to be had in London one of the best is seeing it wake up in the morning and on a sunny Sunday there’s no better place to do this than one of the central parks. The dog walkers and late night party goers strolling sleepily home, groups of lycra clad cyclists, keen tennis players on their way to the courts, those looking for breakfast or fun on the water and later in the day the young couples with the papers, friends sharing their week’s news, tourists, theatre buffs and families with picnics. If you’re fond of watching life then it’s all here.
And us? We were the family picnickers there to celebrate our grandson Archie’s seventh birthday. From little boy to proper boy in one short year.
Happy Birthday Archie!
All details about Regent’s Park, playing tennis, other sports, the theatre and the boating lake can be found here.
The nearest underground station is Regent’s Park or if you plan to drive there’s plenty of pay & display spaces in the Inner Circle which is the first turning left after Madame Tussaud’s driving in an easterly direction.