23 December 2012: Regent’s Park, Drummond Street and Parliament Hill

This was a much a social as a walk. The walk began at Warwick Avenue tube, but several people met up with them at Ravi Shankhar’s restaurant in Drummond Street. Surprisingly unaffected by his recent death, Ravi Shankhar supplied us with a good buffet lunch.


On Parliament Hill

After lunch we headed back into Regent’s Park, then past London Zoo to reach the (not very) high point of the walk, Parliament Hill. After admiring the view and trying to identify high buildings, we followed the canal out of the park, and back in by the mosque.

Regent's Park mosque

Regent’s Park mosque (Colin Smith / CC BY-SA 2.0)

We went our separate ways near Baker Street station.



About Humphrey Southall

Director, Great Britain Historical GIS; Reader in Geography, University of Portsmouth
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