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    Its a GREAT London park, it has lots to do and see and you can spend many relaxed hours there. From boating on the Serpentine, to the art gallery or the Albert memorial. A good cross route for getting from one part of the city centre to the other without being bothered by traffic. Good cycle routes too.

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    Absolutely enormous park with room for everyone. Sometimes used for concerts in the summer months and other sporting events. It has it’s own on-site gallery and cafe too. The perfect place for a picnics involving lots of people and plenty of shades provided by handsome trees to seek refuge under from the sweltering heat in the summer months.

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    Great park. Plenty of room to chill/play etc. Boats are available to hire for a ridiculous fee. However the rest of the park makes up for this. A great place to spend a few hours.

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    well done with this place. cant count how many times i have been there already and neither i know how many more times will i be. always i guess. This park is massive, amazing, versatile and has everything for all kind of people. love the cafe by the lake, the punting option though i havent done that myself yet. well done with the guys who are taking care of this place

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    A fine big park this is. Perfect for a stroll or inclusion in your cycle route if you’re in this part of town. On Sunday’s you might see my moustachioed Polish neighbour roller skating backwards. Easily combined with the nearby Natural History museum if you’ve got too much time on your hands.