Pearl Hotel London
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... department store! We spent lots of time in the food court buying lots of delicious cakes and pastries. It was still raining so we went out to Shepherds Bush and spent a few hours at Westfield and more shopping. Then our first early night home by around 6pm
Day 6 - The thing about the weather I’ve noticed is the mornings are terrible, it’s cold and raining but by about 6pm the sun has been trying to poke through the clouds and you ...
Sam Jackson is such a Harry Potter fan, he's read all seven books not once but twice. Catherine has read books one through half of book four, but after seeing the Warner Brothers tour of Harry Potter outside of London, she and I both have pledged to read the rest of them on this trip. The tour created the excitement, grandeur, and magic of this story far better than we had dared hope. Having gone on the Warner Brothers tour of Harry Potter in LA ...
... despite the very narrow canal and many bends. The people are great and the there is a lovely social atmosphere with a cafe right next door and very well utilised with weekend rowing.
I’ve been living in Hackney close to the Lea Navigation canal where I row and have cycled up and down the path coaching and also for fun. I’ve cycled right up to the Olympic stadium and around the newly opened Queen Elizabeth Park and ...
... Memorial Playground in Kensington Gardens. We had to wait in line to get in it was so busy. But the playground is fantastic. There is a huge pirate ship in the sand pit, a tunnel under a hill, an area with musical instruments, lots of slides and tee pees. And the Spring weather was perfect for playing.
It was the perfect ending for our first day in London. Hopefully Mum and Dad don't make us walk so much tomorrow!
Finally the day had come that Tash and I were jet setting off around
the world! It was an early start for the both of us meeting with our families
in tow at Heathrow airport. After checking in and a confusing bag drop off down
the oversized luggage both the Walder-Smith and Dayus families sat down to eat
breakfast and spend the last hour they had with us. After an ...