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Cavendish Square & Gardens are a quick walk off regent street and are a wonderful place to sit during the day (or for lunch) in a quiet spot of London! They offer many different people and a great spot to get away from it all!...More
We stopped here to rest and get out of the hot sun. The is a very nice little park that is totally shaded and has lots of benches to sit. We stopped on a Sunday afternoon and the park was full of people reading and...More
This small garden is located near Oxford street, Regent street, and Portland street. One side of this garden is faced by the rear of the John Lewis shop. Most of the visitors to this park come here to take some rest while walking or shopping...More
Cavendish Square is a public square very close to Oxford Circus, where Oxford Street and Regent Street meet. It provides a green oasis from the hustle and bustle of the nearby busy street. The square has ornamental garden lawns, flower beds and shrubs and mature...More
Passed through here many times in the past, but stopped this time to spend a few minutes relaxing and enjoying some welcome sunshine in this chilly Spring. This is a small garden just off the constant bustle of Oxford Street and also near the exclusive...More
Date of experience: May 2017
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