Winter Wonderland @ Hyde Park

14 December 2013

One of the most festive events of London has grown and grown over the last few years.

Of course, it's Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park.

C and I has such a fun girly evening out, with mulled wine, cinnamon sugar churros and a couple of exciting rides. I was thoroughly reminded of that unique adrenaline kick you get from scary rides - you see that tower there? Yep, we went on that, the one where you get dropped down at an alarming speed. It was exhilarating, but I can't lie, pretty terrifying!

I would advise Londoners to go on a weeknight if you can, because I know it gets crazy on weekends and they sometimes have to shut it due to overcrowding. It's definitely worth a trip though, and don't miss the churros!


  1. I missed 15 days of blogolife and there is something good about it, I ve been looking forward to the time with no exames, time for the pleasant routines that include reading this blog of urs too. I hope there is great half of December behind u with good plans for the festive days that follow. Sending u e-love from here:) xx

  2. I've always wanted to go but havent yet! Will definitely try and go in the week, looks so fun! x

  3. I can't believe you went on that terrifying ride, I'm
    not so brave as you are :P
    This market looks really nice tho, love the sphere
    and the cute merchandise! Xx

  4. Love this, I've tried to go every year - but definitely on a weeknight! x

  5. I remember riding the tower thing (I'm not so sure of the name) but it was so terrifying that I thought I was going to die!!

  6. looks so fun! and so so festive! this is truly the happiest time of the year :)

  7. These pictures are SO BEAUTIFUL, dear! I miss the European Christmas markets so much, I wish we had something similar here. It's not even cold here in San Diego right now, yesterday I wore a long sleeved blouse, leggings and flats and I was too hot. I HATE IT. There is nothing like hot wine in the cold evening air, and those churros look so fantastic. UGH I need to get back to the other side of the pond...


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