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Guide To Hendon Central

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It is a very interesting place with many simulators and a shop to buy souvenirs. There is also a restaurant so the hassle of bringing your own lunch or buying elsewhere is covered. So after your two very busy days, you might want to chill out a bit or sunbathe at Hendon Park on a hot summer�s day. It is a very serene and reminiscent place. There is a small part of the park dedicated to Jewish people (how do I know this? There is Hebrew written on the gates) where you just sit on the benches, marvel at the lovely flowers and �think about things�. There is a small shop for you to buy an ice cream etc. Hendon Park offers a basketball court, tennis courts, football pitches and a huge playground. I recommend you to spend a day there. There are a few fast food restaurants down the road, like KFC, and Dominoes Pizza. If you want to burn off all that fat from eating too much, there is an excellent gym opposite these restaurants called �Holmes Place� where a few minor celebrities have been spotted working out (Hearsay). ...read more.

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