As I mentioned in my previous post, I am bedazzled with Hampstead Heath, a true gem inside the city of London.
There is something about this place that makes me feel I am living a different life. I no longer am suffering the heat of the tube, or the cueing in the streets to get anywhere or the idea of what do I need to do next from my long list of to do's. I've left the craziness and I entered the calm.
Unfortunately, I am too hyper to stay calm for too long. But Hampstead Heath is even great for that! Walking around this grand park you can see and do many things. One of them, visiting Kenwood House.
This beautiful state once belonged to Edward Guinness, who gave Kenwood to the Nation after he died. And as you can tell once you walk into this palace, he was really into arts. His collection of paintings is remarkable and so is the house itself. Every single room is beautiful, and once again, it makes you feel you are back in time.
There's a cafe where to indulge into some tea and coffee, but you can also set your picnic in the outdoor area and take the beautiful landscape while cheering to some drinks with your friends.
If it is a hot day, don't mess around and head to the Ladies Pond afterwards!