Canary Riverside Plaza Hotel
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I watch people snow kite and it was really cool. You can get up to 70 mph and 500 foot jumps. It also holds one of the biggest snow kite races and only 8% of people finish making it also one of the hardest snow kiting race in the world.
London is great place to visit with a lot to see and do. With an amazing variety of attractions
both old and new it is a treasure trove waiting to be explored. While it is a fabulous city to holiday at the fact is that London is indeed a very expensive city. For those on a limited budget it can pose quite a few challenges to enjoy a terrific holiday without having to spend too much. Despite it being costly ...
... who did this. Then this morning when Juliette, from Cambridge, and I wandered up to a neighbouring hotel where there was a money exchange to get rid of our unused rubles, when we returned and she suddenly realised she had left her purse and passport there. Ludmilla managed to sort it all out, mainly because someone had luckily handed it in. She had visions of spending the day in the British Embassy! Then to top it all off, one chap who has 2 hip replacements with lots of metal, not ...
... br> Today, Dad picked our first activity: a walk through the mall in front of Buckingham Palace and eventually to the National Gallery of Art. The walk was extended by a series of detours because London is dominated by bicycling for the weekend. Today's event was a 100-mile race from Surrey to London that ended in front of Buckingham Palace. We couldn't cross the street to get to the museum (Trafalgar ...
... at 4pm I had a mini-revolt on my hands for keeping everyone down at "the stupid beer carts when we could have been seeing Evie!"
Through the doors and the kids were straight back to holding court with the grown ups - totally in their element. I suddenly feel like an old *******, most of these guys didn't leave the venue until after I woke up this morning, yet somehow they're all back here, drink in hand. Mind ...