The Park Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Since Jay was up in Leeds for meetings today, the kids caught up on sleep and woke up late. They've been burning the candle at both ends so it was a much needed lazy morning. Once we got mobilized we walked to the Jewish Museum in an area nearby called Camden Town. The museum has a "mikveh" (a Jewish ritual bath) dating from the 13th century. It was discovered on a building site in 2001 and identified as from the home of the ...
... years we lost touch, reconnecting on Facebook a few years ago. Sergio lives in London and joined us for the meal. What a treat for me- he has been such a loyal friend through the years and I'm grateful to have seen him. Hopefully it won't be as long till we see each other again. Tonight we are packing our bags for almost the last time! As much as we have had an amazing holiday, I think we are all ready for ...
The most impressive part for Rick was the Royal Armory where we saw life-sized manikin horses and soldiers displaying polished armor. There was an entire wall of breastplate armor and rows of cannons. It must have been quite an intimidating fortress in its day.
It was a treat to watch the Changing of the Guard in front of the Tower of London. Even in the rain they still do ...
... first bar on the pubcrawl and this is where we made 3 News back in NZ. Then we started walking alone to the next bar with all the other kiwis- taking lots of pics and running into lots of people we knew from back home! Let's be honest here, even though some people thought we were teenage mutant ninja turtles... we were clearly the best dressed on the tour. This was evidenced by how many people wanted photos of us!
Mostly we only stopped at the ...
After supper last evening, the boys took part in a team building activity in preparation for a more challenging activity next week. Last night was in the form of a new game that they had to learn as a team then play in the gym. Apologies for the slightly dim photos!
Today was all about The Tudors, well mainly all about Henry VIII and his magnificent palace at Hampton Court. Built by Cardinal Wolsey as his 'out of town' residence, Wolsey was a man on the rise 'up the Tudor ...