Strolling through a less crowded than presumed Hyde Park on a Sunday afternoon, you could quickly forget the urbanised busy capital’s scene that surrounds you as the sun’s reflection glistens on the surface of the Serpentine.

Approaching Kensington Gardens and the noise and exhaust smog emerging from queuing cars and taxi cabs departing from its car park may provoke a reminder that you are indeed in London, but then a glance back to the blue boats skimming the Serpentine will dilute that metropolitan memory. A delightful summer’s tranquil afternoon is waiting to be experienced should you want to take a brief holiday in the city’s 350 acres of green.

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