I lived in London for about six months on college so I had ample time to explore as much of London as time permitted. I made many discoveries while in London but Primrose Hill I almost didn't find.
About a month before my study abroad semester ended, I took the Northern Line (on the Underground, or the "Tube") to the Chalk Farm stop. I heard there were cute boutiques in the area and I was eager to wander through.
As I walked along the quaint streets I eventually met a very large park situated on a hill overlooking London. Few people were there: just a guy walking his dog, a woman pushing her baby in a pram and a couple having a picnic. When I reached the top of the hill I looked out to see night descending upon the city. In an instant, the city lights were turned on and I was gazing at a view of London I had never seen before.