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London Out of Sight
London Out of Sight: Exploring the City's Secret Green Spaces | Tom Howells
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London Out of Sight is an essential handbook for the London resident and visitor seeking solace from the citys bustling, hectic character. With a focus on green and outdoor spaces, the book explores the capitals charming hidden squares, elegant graveyards, lush community and public gardens and parks, sleepy city squares, sprawling woods, working city farms, and idiosyncratic and hidden points of interest.
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I‘m more of an indoors person rather than an #outdoors person, but I do enjoy walking around areas I‘m visiting. I especially love walking around cities and taking in as many sights as possible. Though I‘ve never visited London, I gave this library discard a forever home. The beautiful pictures denote some spaces to visit in London, or at least as of 2015. #SelfImprovementSept

Lynnsoprano That sounds like my kind of book! We are always on the lookout for gardens and such when we travel. Hubby says we are not going back to London (we were there only once, for two days), without going to Kew Gardens. 2mo
Librarybelle @Lynnsoprano I‘ve heard Kew Gardens is an amazing place! 2mo
OriginalCyn620 Sounds awesome! 👌🏻 2mo
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