As I board the number nine bus, on Kensington Road, going to Green Park, on the left I see Kensington Palace, where Princess Diana used to live.
A hundred yards from the bus stop is the Kensington Gardens toilets. In fact they are run by the City of Westminster, since they are on the borderline.
A few years ago, there was a sign that read, 'These toilet are out of use. Sorry for the inconvenience'.
Further along the right side is the Royal Albert Hall where the Promenade concerts are performed ever summer.
About two kilometres onwards is the site of what will be One Hyde Park. A deluxe penthouse apartment which will set you back £100million. Arguably the most expensive flat in London.
Next door is the Mandarin Oriental Hotel where Baroness Thatcher celebrated her 80th birthday with 650 guests, including the Queen and Tony Blair, who was prime minister at the time.
Further along to Hyde Park Corner on the right is Lansborough Hotel, which used to be a hospital not so long ago. They used to try to improve your health but now they reduce your wealth.
Past Hyde Park Corner towards Piccadilly on the left is the Hard Rock Café, which in my opinion serves the best hamburger in town.
On the right side is Green Park. Next to the tube station deck chairs are available for hire. It's hard to believe that you are in the centre of a city, such is the scenery.
When I get off the bus, Marks & Spencer is in front of you. A few years ago there was a newspaper seller's sign that read 'Marks & Spencer sales slump'.
These are the landmarks on my journey to work.
Robert D Dangoor Cornwall Gardens