// Regents park //
Located not too far away from the London city centre, the Regents park is found. Its nearly 100 acres makes it the largest outdoor sports area in central London. Stroll around for an hour or two in this beautiful and peacefully park does definitely work as an appreciated pause, from the other hectic pace of London city centre.
The rich sights and scents of the amazing flowers play such an important part in the delightful experience of visiting this park. However, despite the beautiful gardens and historic parkland, there is also a variety of birdlife – which is pretty awesome, given that you are still in the very heart of London.
What more could one ask for on a beautiful day when the sun is shining, hanging in one of the central masterpieces of landscapes?
// Broadway market //
A great way to spend your Saturday in London. Broadway Market is a shopping street nestled in the heart of Hackney, East London. It’s a cultural hotspot, with a wide variety of streetfood, vintages clothes and unique items from local designers & artists. I’d say it’s like a fast travel around the world.
Tip: don’t eat before you go here!
// Electric Cinema, London //
Located in the heart of Notting Hill, the Electric Cinema qualifies as one of the oldest cinemas in the country. And it really had that wow factor. I’d say it’s a must try when in London, however, the only bad thing is that you won’t wanna go back to a normal cinema again. The interior reflects its long history, beautiful inside out. It’s definitely more of an experience than “just going to the cinema.” The old fashioned style, with little tables with lamps next to the red leather seats, definitely adds to the atmosphere. And even though you might watch a movie that doesn’t quite catch your interest, substantial cinema snacks, wine and champagne are also available prior to each film – which can weigh up the less good choice of a movie.
If you’re a film buff then please, please go here.
…you went by so fast(?) In only 12 days it’s time to leave the torch over to April. Why is it that spring semester always goes by so quickly?
That is my forever life wonder, and it’s hitting me the same time every year, after year after year after year…
I mean, do you realize it’s been 14 days since two weeks ago? The bad news is that time really does fly. The good news is that imma pilot, vrooooom
For real though. We’re all pilots.
Saltsjöbaden / Sthlm