A London Easter Holiday

Hi everyone!

I’m having such a lovely London Easter. Me and my grandparents have been all round town, to Greenwich Village yesterday, where we saw the Tall Ship Regatta; and Hampstead Heath today. I had never been to either place so it was good to go somewhere new. I also went back to where I used to live, to take pictures of all the places I know and love, which was really nice.Β 

We’ve also visited loads of great pubs, which is one of my favourite past times. I’ve not been drinking much but I think it’s nice anyway.

So Hampsted Heath has this castle where you can walk around the grounds, and it is just so gorgeous and beautiful and lovely. There are some absolutely stunning views, and really wonderful flowers and plants. Incredibly dramatic and decadent landscape. I really loved it. If you’re in London you should definitely make the trip! We also saw deer, loads of birds and so many dogs, haha.

Plenty of pictures in this post, hope you all like them!

Love,

Hannah xx

Wonderful view of London from the Greenwich Royal Observatory.

Greenwich Royal Observatory.

Classic pub and phone box photo.

The Mitre pub, Greenwich.

Bethnal Green Library, my sanctuary when I was really ill last autumn.

Regent’s Canal, by Victoria Park.

Lovely view in Victoria Park.

Pavilion CafΓ©, Victoria Park.

Cheeky beer & book stop, Pavilion CafΓ©, Victoria Park.

Hampstead Pergola & Hill Gardens, Hampstead Heath.

Hampstead Pergola & Hill Gardens, Hampstead Heath.

Hampstead Pergola & Hill Gardens, Hampstead Heath.

This guy! Deer in Golders Green park.

4 thoughts on “A London Easter Holiday

  1. Em says:

    this was gorgeous πŸ™‚ I love travel photos!! when I first moved to London I lived on Creek Road and LOVED wandering around Greenwich Park and village and market! It’s one of my fave parts of London to visit. And Hampstead looks beautiful – especially the pergola πŸ™‚ one of my fave things about living in London was the amount of beautiful, peaceful little gardens and squares with flowers and blossom trees ! there are so many little gems just dotted about all over the city. Cheeky beer + book = Living the Dream!!! πŸ™‚ small pleasures eh!! enjoy the rest of the holls ! Em

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    • hannahgreenexx says:

      Thanks Em! Living on Creek Road sounds great, is there anything better than wandering around parks, villages and markets? I think not! The Pergola was wonderful – and yes, that’s such a great things about London, all the hodden gems, I could hardly believe I’d lived in London all that time without knowing about the pergola, and you find stuff like that all the time when you put your mind to exploring! Holls are over now but I did very much enjoy it! β˜ΊοΈπŸ™

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