We came to the heart of Hyde Park. There are more tourists here, and the cafe by the lake is more elegant against the backdrop of swans, ducks and waterfowls. It is absolutely pleasant to sit in such an environment. Hyde Park is the largest and most famous Royal Park in London. We sit on a bench by the lake, rest for a moment and then walk to the South Bank of the lake. There is a fancy fountain with many children playing around. This fountain pool is called Diana Memorial Fountain. The fountain has no height, but the shape of the ring fountain pool is very unique. It is actually a circular channel with some undulations. It looks like a necklace lying on the green space. The pool water is very shallow, flowing continuously, and it also flows through waterfalls, whirlpools, fountains and so on. It is said that this symbolizes Princess Diana's extraordinary life. In Hyde Park, besides tourists, there are many local people on the lakeside, and the ducks on the lakeside attract our attention with different shapes. In Hyde Park, besides riverside paths, there are tree-lined avenues, bicycle paths and horseback riding paths. Occasionally, horseback riders can be seen passing by. There is a delicate garden in the southeastern direction of Hyde Park. This area is the famous Horn of Hyde Speakers. From this Horn of Hyde, across the road is the tall Wellington Arch. At this time, a large number of tourists can be seen walking through the Arch to Buckingham Palace.