Regent's Park is the largest grass area in Central London and hosts an open air theatre, the London Zoo, and many cafes. In the middle of the park is Queen Mary's Garden which primarily houses an array of differently colored roses.
|Rose from Queen Mary's Garden|
It was beautiful to the eyes but also the nose...I wanted to roll around in the flowerbeds so that I could smell like the roses for the rest of the day!
The park was also full of wildlife. Pigeons and Ducks were everywhere!
|Zane trying to get in and play with the ducks!|
|Duck Family in Regent's Park|
|Flying Kites on Primrose Hill|
Our final stop for the day was Abbey Road where the Beatles recorded their album also named Abbey Road at Abbey Road Studios.
Today the studio was under construction so we were not able to get a good look at it but were able to take a walk across the cross walk where the album cover for Abbey Road was taken! Visit the Abbey Road Studios Web Cam to see if they got a picture of us walking across the road today!
We were even able to sign the wall outside of the studio! It is an inspirational place for people to come and remember one of the greatest bands of all time!
|The wall outside Abbey Road Studios|