Our lovely Miuccia showed us her “Secret Garden” – in the middle of London, across the street from Park Crescent lies a little oasis from the hustle and bustle of busy Marylebone.
Scattered amongst the trees and flower beds were picnic tables …and places to sit for a moment to ponder and appreciate the beauty.We sat and lingered under some very old trees.This very big tree is called Waterloo planes because they were planted in 1817 to commemorate Wellington’s victory over Napoleon!
We sat on the lovely lawns … Mummy really wished we had brought a picnic.
As we wandered further, we crossed over to Regent’s Park. Once there, we were allowed off lead. And snooped around Wide fields to run
We wandered further and came across a bridge And eager to get across and see what else laid in store for usUh-oh! Not so fast. There were some big dogs at the other end. As you know, I am not so comfortable around big dogs as I slinked past this one.
But we made it safely past them. We came across fields of little white flowers.
before we three saw something VERY familiarWe are in Squirrel Alley!!!! (that’s what Jacqui calls it)They were such a tease! No wonder they said we had to be on the leash. We would have gone mental if we were allowed our ways.
May’s comment: Thank you Miuccia and Jacqui for showing us another part of London we’ve never been to before!We are so blessed with so many lovely parks in London.