The place to live is not close to Hyde Park. It is a half-hour walk. The park is very large, there are lakes, there are swan ducks by the lake, etc. From time to time, I will see squirrels. Many locals will bask in the grass and feel quite leisurely .... It is still a leisure day afternoon .... I can't think why the locals are so free. ....
The season entering is autumn, autumn leaves fall on the ground, big parks have people walking, beautiful rivers, there are many ducks and swans, lights, lyrics often flock on the ground, and carriages one by one pass through the park. Great park
Hyde Park is London's largest royal garden, once a hunting ground for noble royal families, comfortable and leisurely. It has hosted the World Expo and is now a popular destination for gatherings and people. Hyde Park has several gates, large area, and open roads. There are scenes all year round, especially activities, which are worth punching repeatedly.
Hyde Park is an open park in central London, with lots of people on holidays, mostly walking and leisure, the kind of family outing, is a rare place to relax
Hyde Park is the largest royal park in Britain. Hyde Park was the royal deer farm before the 18th century. It was used by King Henry VIII as a royal park in the 16th century. Hyde Park was opened to the public during Charles I's reign. In 1851 Britain built the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park and held the All-China Industrial Expo. In 1944, the Hyde Park Agreement (Hyde Park Agreement) was signed here by then-US President Franklin Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, laying the foundation for cooperation between the US and Britain in nuclear weapons development. Besides, it is also a place where people hold political rallies and other mass events, known as the Speakers' Corner.