We have guests, which is wonderful for so many reasons. We get to hang out with our
fun friends, we get to eat awesome food and most of all we get to do touristy things! Hurrah!
We catch the bus into Kensington, there is no traffic because everyone has headed out of London for the bank holiday so we wiz through town.
Its Easter so first of all its time for a treat. We head down to the Hummingbird bakery to tick of a “must do” for Phill. We each choose something different and wonder over to Kensington Gardens with our treats. Sitting in the sunshine near the Prince Albert memorial with views of the Royal Albert Hall we dig into our cakes…yum! Definitely worth it. Next we walk though the gardens and head over to the ponds and up towards the Palace before heading into Hyde Park and make our way to the Serpentine Gallery.
The Serpentine Gallery houses modern art exhibitions. These change on a regular basis and on this occasion we went in to see “A World View: John Latham”. I’m not going to say that I 100% understood what was happening, but this was interesting and worth having a look at, its free to get in.
Next we walk to a very beautiful pub called the Victoria, its old and stunning. The food looks good, but the real gem is its old world feel.
A bit of something for everyone.