Wandering in London: The Regent’s Park

The wandering continued from Camden Town to the nearby Regent’s Park. If you think Hyde Park is the only park worth seeing in London, you’re definitely wrong. It took me a long time to learn that. Regent’s Park has a lot more to offer than just the zoo. It’s a great place for a walk in the park, as long as you’re not scared of squirrels. They have gotten really used to people in the park and won’t miss a chance to check your bag, if you leave it open or clime on your neck, if you happen to want to snack a sandwich on the bench. Cheeky little flufftales.

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The Regent’s Park has several themed gardens to explore, and what’s best, they are free to enter. Especially the rose garden is good for a romantic park. Of course autumn might not be the best time to visit, but oh well. You get the idea.

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The H&M Studio Collection Mohair blend jumper was a perfect choice as it allows you to reveal your shoulders to sunshine but keeps feeling like marshmallow. I’m just obsessed with it, it’s definitely my new autumn essential! It even attracted a little hitchhiker from the park.

I hope you’re enjoying the sunny autumn as much as I am!

xoxo,

Kara

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