Regent's Park


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Regent's Park

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(Placename) a park in central London, laid out as Marylebone Park by John Nash; now known for the London Zoo, its open-air theatre, and Nash's curved terraces
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I determined to stroll home in the purer air by the most roundabout way I could take; to follow the white winding paths across the lonely heath; and to approach London through its most open suburb by striking into the Finchley Road, and so getting back, in the cool of the new morning, by the western side of the Regent's Park.
On the opposite and lighter side of the way, a short distance below me, a policeman was strolling along in the direction of the Regent's Park.
I walked across Regent's Park, and I dawdled on Primrose Hill, without the least result.
There were one or two cartloads of refugees passing along Oxford Street, and several in the Marylebone Road, but so slowly was the news spreading that Regent Street and Port- land Place were full of their usual Sunday-night promenaders, albeit they talked in groups, and along the edge of Regent's Park there were as many silent couples "walking out" together under the scattered gas lamps as ever there had been.
She assented, having very little notion whether Highgate was next door to Regent's Park or not.
Paul's to the Crystal Palace and back by the river and Regent's Park, and by the time he reached his mother's window he had quite made up his mind that his second wish should be to become a bird.
My own earliest boating recollection is of five of us contributing threepence each and taking out a curiously constructed craft on the Regent's Park lake, drying ourselves subsequently, in the park-keeper's lodge.
The nearest place in which I could find what I wanted was the Regent's Park.
It was a fine, clear, January day, wet under foot where the frost had melted, but cloudless overhead; and the Regent's Park was full of winter chirrupings and sweet with spring odours.
com @AndyRicahrds9 THE Hyde Park and Regent's Park bombings by the IRA in London shocked the nation and resulted in a huge negative impact on public support in the United States for the Irish Republican cause.
uk On the Town, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre (May 19 - July 1) This timeless musical follows three sailors as they spend 24 hours' leave in New York.
Jesus Christ Superstar, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, London (August 11 - September 23)

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