The roads in Kensington Park are lined with towering trees, "l The grass is green, the lake is clear, and the paths lead to all directions of the city, which is called "Lung of London". Another famous scenic spot in Kensington Park is the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain, a very unique fountain. It is said that the fountain took five years to collect, select, design, construct and complete, so as to achieve the present landscape effect. It's a slow job. There are all kinds of waterfowl on the lakeside of the park, swaying around on the walkway. Seagulls, ducks and swans don't take human walking into account at all. That's their world. From time to time, squirrels came out of the woods. Some squirrels were so bold that they wished they could not snatch their little camera from their husband and eat it as peanuts. To the west of the park, Princess Diana's former residence, Kensington Palace, remembers the beautiful Princess Diana, the rose of England. Princess Diana, who brought Cinderella's dream to countless girls, shocked the whole world by kissing Prince Charles at the luxurious wedding at St. Paul's Cathedral. From then on, Prince Diana and Cinderella lived happily in Kensington Palace. The "Never Island" in the palace, though luxurious and noble, has everything but love.
Originally I wanted to go to Hyde Park, but I took the wrong road and met the park! Because the weather is very good, suddenly I don't want to leave, look at the blue sky, and feed pigeons! It's very big inside. The greening is very good. It feels like going to a forest! There is a blue pool in the middle. There are many big white swans, pigeons, other unknown birds, and squirrels. It's very comfortable to bask in the sun. I personally like it very much, and it's very close to Hyde Park.
Kensington Park is just outside Kensington Palace. It's a beautiful and open park. The most famous one is the large circular pool. Now it is being maintained around the pool, but you can also take a walk around it. There are many swans on the lake. It's really comfortable to walk here when the weather is clear.
The air is so good that it's suitable for running and walking. You can also feed squirrels, like to eat peanuts. There is also a super oceanic afternoon tea house. It is said that members of the royal family will also go there. You need to make a reservation. You have not been there yet. You must go next time.
Kensington Garden is next to Kensington Palace and Hyde Park. It has a lot of water. Tourists walk to the water and reach out, and swans and other waterbirds come and wait for feeding. The park has a large area of green trees and grasslands, where many citizens enjoy leisure. Come here to bask in the sun when it's fine. The rare green space in the central area of the city.
Kensington Garden is one of the Royal Gardens in London, England. It was once the private garden of Kensington Palace. It is located on the west side of Hyde Park and adjacent to it. Therefore, Kensington Garden and Hyde Park are often regarded as one of the public gardens.