For the duration of the weekend, I went back and forth between wether or not I wanted to travel to walk around Regent's Park. I had the energy on Saturday, but it was too gloomy outside even for my standards. It was sunny and otherwise gorgeous on Sunday, but my mental energy was at zero.
Since this day had switched back into the gloomy side, I practically forced myself to get out of the homestay. Two days inside had been enough for me.
I walked around Regent's Park just to get a feel of what it was. The scenery was beautiful, but it lacked the homeliness or a certain amount of comfort that Clapham Common has (in my opinion). Even Green Park had more of a homely feel, and that's by Buckingham Palace.
Regent's Park, for the parts I saw of it, had the "look but don't touch" vibe. It didn't outright say so on any signs or anything, but that's what it seemed like to me.