Monday, October 16, 2006

Hyde Park

Hyde Park is one of the most well-known parks in London. It's a Royal Park, which means that it were owned by the royal family for their recreation. It has an extension of 142 hectareas. It's really big, as the Royal Parks web says "It's easy to forget you are in the middle of London", and, believe me, it's true. You totally forget that Oxford Street is just a few meters from there, because you don't see any building. You only see trees and grass. It is just like to be in a forest.

Hyde Park is divided by the Serpentine Lake, which has different kind of birds such as ducks, swans, etc.

The Serpentine lake full of birds

One of the most funniest things for me were the squirrels, because they had no fear of humans, and they follow you to get some food.

Squirrel in Hyde Park

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