Holiday Inn London - Brent Cross
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My dad got me into running when I was a kid in England. I have a distinct memory of him bringing me jogging with him before I was old enough to keep up, so I bicycled beside him until I got tired and then he put his hand on my back and pushed me home. I'm not sure how many times my siblings went with him, or even myself to be honest, but he's …
... in the prison stories and the torture chamber.
We then did the iconic walk across the picturesque Tower Bridge and finished the day with the HMS Belfast.
An old warship that the boys loved running around. So much so they got told off by staff because they needed to stay with their parents.
We started at the Buckingham Palace on day 3.
We tried to see the Queen in the ...
... that I do.
After finding a burger place-- there were no trendy pubs in the area (duh)-- we got terribly lost trying to find the Liverpool Squrare underground station.
We wandered around for almost an hour-- individuals kept getting separated from the group and lost like a bad tourist horror film. Thankfully, we all made it back to the hotel (alive) around 12:30.
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... of London's biggest landmarks, including Westminster Abbey, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, 10 Downing St (which was really anti-climactic, as the street is gated off and you can't even get to #10), then continued up to Trafalgar square. There, I checked out Nelson's column - built to commemorate Admiral Horatio Nelson who died at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805 (a battle during one of the Napoleonic wars). Right at Trafalgar square I also got to see Admiralty Arch ...
... room by midday so made my way to the hotel's lounge and patisserie (which is open 24 hours!) to have an early lunch. It specialises in hot and cold Spanish cuisine and has an amazing pastry bar (give me sweets instead of savouries any day!) The menu has something to offer all tastes and the prices are reasonable for a hotel restaurant, but a school group may prefer cheaper food from any of the local cafes on nearby ...