Alex and I finally got to visit Hyde Parks annual Winter Wonderland; a Bavarian style village with stalls, rides, food and drink and generally a good atmosphere. I’m so glad i finally got to go and have plans of making a visit next year. We ate bratwurst (german sausage) and i also had a hot chocolate, we took a peak at all the different stalls selling food and fashion items, although with the fashion stalls once you’d seen one, you’d seen them all. I also made a purchase for Alex’s dad: a pot of ‘gooseberry and eldeflower’ jam, from a stall selling unique curds, chutneys and marmalade’s which was really nice to see and taste! Alex and I went on the big ferris wheel overlooking Winter Wonderland, hyde park, and parts of London could be viewed in the horizon. We also visited the Ice Kingdom which was sub zero so our fingers and toes felt like they would fall off if we took any longer inside. Winter Wonderland isn’t the cheapest of attractions but i would recommend it, look up the rides and events available and scope out what you think you’d be interested in the most to get the best out of your visit.