My main destination was actually Harrods, located at the Knightbridge. But since it was nearby Hyde Park, one of the largest Royal Park in London, we decided to stop by before Harrods.
The park was huge… By the time I entered the park, I couldn’t help but to feel relaxed. Most of the visitors who came here, they would took out their books, music player while sitting down on the benches or on the grass field. Some of them, rode their bicycles exploring the park.
Since it was fall season, leaves are turning yellow and lots of fallen leaves on the ground. There was a small cafe ‘Serpentine Bar & Kitchen‘ at the bank of the lake ‘The Serpentine‘ too.
We did not explore the whole park because we still had to continue our journey.
Harrods was only at the corner and a walking distance from the park. The upmarket department store located in Brompton Road in Knightsbridge, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London. As expected, the things sold in Harrods were branded and luxurious. Several of its departments, including the seasonal Christmas department and the Food Hall, are world famous.
How to go to:
Since the park is big, there are a few tube station nearby. We can take ‘Hyde Park Corner‘ station, ‘Marble Arch‘ station, ‘Lancaster Gate‘ station or ‘Knightbridge‘ station. But for my route, I stopped at the ‘Hyde Park Corner’ station first then walked to Knightbridge where Harrods located at.
Take tube to the nearest station: ‘Knightsbridge‘ and walk along the Brompton Road. Then you will see ‘HARRODS’.