A Conversation for Hidden Corners of Hampstead Heath, London, UK
Emmily ~ Roses are red, Peas are green, My face is a laugh, But yours is a scream Started conversation Jul 29, 2003
Ah, that sounds better, more to my liking than a cementry and it has toilets too?
Do you have any up to date info on this, oh, I'll use my brain, I'll go look see if there's a web site about this 'park'.
Ashley Posted Jul 30, 2003
The great thing about the Heath is that very little of it changes - it is allowed to develop as a natural landscape but it is so protected that no new buildings are allowed to spring up on it.... if you're stalking my entries, may I suggest one I am particularly proud of...
It has some lovely piccies too
Emmily ~ Roses are red, Peas are green, My face is a laugh, But yours is a scream Posted Aug 3, 2003
No Ashley, I'm not stalking your entries. Just that Michael (a visitor to planet earth) is staying with me for just over a week, he likes to visit London, you've done some good informative entries, with nice pictures (I tried to get him to find out more about 'A Dominatrix and her 'dog', he wasn't keen on that idea, can't think why. )
The first time we tried to find the Water Garden, we went to the wrong place, (dopey wotsits lol)but we still had a nice day.
We went to Parliament Hill, was a great view.
We got a map for the second visit, found the Water Garden then. The zoo was being re-furbished (sp?) so hardly anything there. There was another garden, tropical maybe, that we liked too. I'm a bit of a strange female, I don't like flowers (I know, I know I sign my name with a lol) I prefer foilage plants, palmy type ones, and colourful leaves, unusual grasses, that type of thing, there were plenty like that.
He's gone back to Birmingham today, but we know where to look for some good days out the next time he visits.
Ashley Posted Aug 4, 2003
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