Spending time at the park is one of my favourite ways to de-stress
I like nice clean parks â€“ I find them relaxing, refreshing and energizing, plus itâ€™s free (unlike shopping, my other favourite de-stressing activity).
Iâ€™d never been to Regentâ€™s Park so I felt it was time to remedy that.
We went on a sunny afternoon close to the end of our first week in London.
Regentâ€™s Park is by far my favourite park of all the Royal Parks (Iâ€™ve visited).
Itâ€™s beautiful, green, glorious, luscious and stunning.
Iâ€™m not really a sit-at-the-park kind of person, I like to walk the park and exploreâ€¦
which is why I love huge beautiful expansive and discoverable parks.
I love parks with fountains, streams, variety of gardens, sports fields etc.
And birds, I really like parks with birds.
Statues, memorials and interactive panels.
Regentâ€™s Park has it all; in a serene romantic setting reminiscent of old English stories of how gentle-people spent their afternoons
I love seeing families whiling the afternoon away.
I envied the runners, I bet they never get bored, the park manages to make the tedious task of exercise seem exquisite.
Itâ€™s a peaceful sanctuary from the city; there were children running around,
couples on blankets having lunch surrounded by colourful roses, friends talking over a bottle of wine,
groups of tourists taking it all in and old men and woman going for walks.