During our most recent stay in London, we had decided to visit parts of the inner London area which we had not previously explored during earlier stays.
Consequently, one day we took a pleasant stroll through the Bloomsbury neighbourhood. After having spent a short time enjoying a bit of time out in Russell Square, we continued our walk and after a short time, we arrived at the Queen Park Square.
This large city square is located adjacent to the Great Ormond Street Hospital. The square houses a large beautifully maintained garden consisting of large trees, open grassed areas and colourful garden beds. An impressive statue of Queen Charlotte, in whose honour the square is named, stands prominently towards one end of the square.
While in the square, we took the opportunity to again take the weight off our feet while seated on a park bench.
This square is one of a number of pleasant public squares featuring nice gardens, to be found scattered through the inner London area.
Well worth a visit - an ideal place to for a bit of rest and relaxation!
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