Richmond Park

EN: One of my favorite parks in London is Richmond Park.I love it because I fell close to the wildlife and wilderness. The main roads are crowded with bikes and make me feel I am on the tour of France. Someone needs to remind people it is a park and there are animals around; they […]

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Sneaky Peek Of London In The Night

EN: After a few weeks of summer, the weather comes back to some London sense and with rainy days and more time inside, I remember that I forgot to post, silly me! But to be honest, when it is nice outside and pubs, restaurants, and museums open, how can you get bored or decide what […]

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Greenwich Park

EN: I guess this park doesn’t need too much of o presentation. I am assuming that everybody knows about The Meridian Line. The meridian line in Greenwich represents the Prime Meridian of the world, Longitude Zero (0° 0′ 0″). Every place on the Earth is measure in terms of its angle east or west from […]

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THE PAST AND PRESENT OF GUNNERSBURY PARK

EN: As I told you in my last post, I will continue in this post with Gunnersbury Park and the museum. It is a local museum that collects and displays its boroughs’ past and present history: Ealing, Acton, Brentford, Chiswick.This park has a rich history and is listed as a grade II park.To start with […]

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