Primrose Hill, then Wagamama (26th March 2012)
Hadn’t been to this steep little hill with a nice view before. We with Fiona after work and went to Wagamama afterwards. The Chicken Itame at Wagamama is always a favourite choice for me.
Finished a bit early from work, in fact. By the time I rode back to the flat (just before rush-hour) I realised it was a gloriously sunny afternoon. Fiona was getting ready to leave her workplace so we arranged to meet in Primrose Hill.
Cycling there was a pretty simple route. There’s a natural left-right chicane, then another left-right combination to ride around the North-East corner of Regent’s Park. It leads to a conspicuous gap in the hedge of the South-East corner of Primrose Hill Park, where various paths converge. That’s where I waited for Fiona.
After reaching the top we spotted some empty fields to the West, so went there and kicked the ball around for a while. Started getting really chilly as the Sun set behind the tower blocks. We had a smartphone race to find the nearest Wagamama; Fiona with her Apple iPhone 3GS completely trounced me with my Nokia N900.
We rode to the restaurant and locked the bicycles to a lamppost outside. Were seated quickly and ordered some green tea, as well as a glass of Plum Wine each!
Very filling. Took our time leaving and then rode home with our lights on.