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Hyde Park - A Royal Park (Part 2)

By NEILMUIR1
April 19, 2011

Hyde Park crosses into Kensington Gardens which is another Royal Park and a mere 275 acres. It is quiet compared to Hyde Park, yet has a lot of beauty of its own. The Italian Fountains that were commissioned by Queen Victoria are very famous, as well as the Serpentine Gallery. On the south side is Kensington Palace, the London Home of Princess Diana, and Princess Diana's children's playground. But it also has the Peter Pan statue, which is much loved by all. Then I will double back through Hyde Park on the south side of the serpentine, and other places. I hope you will enjoy my long walk with me.

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murielw1
Apr 19, 2011 9:55 AM CST
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NEILMUIR1
Apr 19, 2011 11:28 AM CST
Dear Muriel, thank you very much for your comment!
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Neil.

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