Kensington Gardens to be exact. We had a gorgeous sunny day the other day and walked up to Kensington Gardens and then onto ...another museum. The latter will be a surprise as it needs a post of its own. Typical British weather, the sun was behind the clouds by the time we got to the park, but that never interferes with an activity in England. I learned early on that no matter what the weather, it will change several times each day. So just go!
The Thai embassy is for my daughter.
We caught this mummy coming out of a house that Benny Hill once lived in. My late mother became a fan of Benny Hill late in life which amazed (shocked!) us all.
The Diana memorial which the children certainly love. Well designed for the little ones to play in.
The parks in London really are amazing acres of green in a densely populated city.
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