Park Inn by Radisson Harlow
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I was surprised that I awoke this morning so early. We had such an event filled day yesterday and didn't get back to our hotel till almost 11 pm. I didn't expect us to be so late, but we extended what should've been a 2 hour tour into a 4 hour festival. The girls found the tour the 'greatest event of their life.' They slathered gratitude and a plethora of platitudes peppered with kisses to both their mother and I. With the day ended we had a full day planned with a prepaid ...
... Army Museum: This play area has been designed quite wonderfully for the kids who are aged below 10 years. Over here, your kid will be delighted to find him/her amidst various slides, tunnels, cool rock climbing wall and many other adventurous aspects which are meant to offer our kids with the special dose of excitement which you have been looking out for.
Pan statue: This statue ...
... nappies in their job description. Tess was very quickly dismissed from her duties for trying to entertain and excite the patient during a very delicate nappy changing operation.
Then Clint was told his services were no longer required.
Well you see he has this habit which I am the only human being on the planet who would find it annoying. Apparently it is a completely normal technique of finding something in a bag.
Rather then opening a ...
... Millenium bridge to the Tate Modern and had a quick look around as well as taking in the view from the 6th floor before returning to the other side of the Thames to take the original route master (double decker) bus (#15) to the Tower of London. We walked across the Tower Bridge and had a cappuccino al fresco (outside I mean!!), Italian style!
The day continued with a trip ...
... Sunday featuring Chrissie Hynde, Debbie Harry and ELO who we're reforming for this one off concert. I have always been a huge ELO fan, but unfortunately all the tickets had been sold. Also half of London was closed off due to the final stage of the tour of Britain cycle race. We decided we would walk to Kensington Palace and through Kensington gardens which was about 10 minutes walk from the hotel. As soon as we walked on ...