What you can do on a wonderful sunny day after your English course in London? I think it’s interesting to go to relax and spend time with your classmates in any parks but the best, in my opinion, is Regent’s Park.It’s only fifteen minutes walk from the school. I love it, because it is big and there are different “areas” inside, for example:on the south-west part there is a small lake, near the lake there is Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre and on the north part there is a zoo.I usually stop somewhere to eat something, do homework and read a book.The east part is better because there are a lot of flowers and squirrels! They are very cute and sweet. I love squirrels! Sometimes I like to walk until Primrose Hill – it is near to Regent’s Park on the north part.There is an amazing landscape of London. I recommend to go there, because it is perfect place to relax.
Last weekend EC London organised an amazing trip to the Royal Botanic Gardens, also known as Kew Gardens. EC students met outside the school in Euston to spend half day visiting this amazing place. We arrived at Kew Gardens at 12pm and we walked until 4pm but we would have needed a whole day. The tour started at Palm House where we could admire plants and trees from tropical Countries. We moved to the Princess of Wales Conservatory where we saw different type of orchids, water lilies, cacti, lithops and carnivorous plants. This conservatory was very colorful despite the cold weather outside. EC student walked through the Rock Garden and the Alpine House with his pyramid shape. We stopped for some photos and rest a little bit before walking to the Temperate House and the Pagoda, where our trip ended. During our walk we could see the wooden installations of an English famous sculptor, David Nash. Before leaving Kew Gardens some EC students decided to have lunch at the café situated inside the Garden.