We’re thrilled the weekend has arrived, just in the nick of time for some yuletide cheer.
Let’s get to all the sapphic goodness from the week!
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TB loves exploring places near and far, so we’ve created a weekly game where TB goes on an adventure, snaps some photos, and then lets you guess her location.
To answer last week’s mystery, 33.8% of you were right. I used to walk through Brompton Cemetery with my dog. Also, 37.2% were also correct that I kept getting lost on all the different paths, but Miles, my dog, never minded. He was the best walking buddy and I miss him so much.
Now for this week’s guessing game.
TB’s feeling sentimental, so she’s going to dip into more of her London photos to show another place she used to explore with her beloved Boston Terrier, Miles.
Here are some facts about the place.
1. It’s located in the Kensington neighborhood on the western side of Central London.
2. The park spreads out over 54 acres, with a mixture of formal gardens and partially wild woodland.
3. On the grounds is the ruins of Holland House, which was bombed in World War II. One wing of the house survived and is currently used as a youth hostel.
4. The Kyoto Garden was designed and built to celebrate the 1992 Japan Festival in London. Sadly, this part didn’t allow dogs, so TB didn’t get to explore it as much as she’d like, and Miles took it as a personal insult.
5. There are a handful of peacocks that used to scare the bejesus out of TB’s dog when they screeched.
6. On the grounds is a cafe, the Belvedere Restaurant, a rose garden, a giant chess set, cricket pitch, and tennis courts.
Now for some of TB’s photos.
Time to vote on which park TB and Miles strolled through well over 200 times.
Polls are open until December 22 and the answer will be revealed on Saturday, December 24.
This poll is no longer accepting votes
Wishing all of you a wonderful weekend!
Miranda & TB