- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... those kids up, because none of them could decide where they wanted to go. Tom agreed to take some to Oxford Street, and Emma, Pete, Lauren, Erica and I walked a group to Harrod's. We went across the street to Starbucks to get water once the kids were off, and Pete entertained us with Harry Potter trivia questions for a while. Then Emma got a call from Tom saying that Larry and Michael and some other staff had gathered at a pub in ...
... the Porsche needed to be jump started......which set off the car alarm.......light sensors in surrounding houses were going beserk.....lights flashing on and off everywhere like some pop concert light show.......and most of the local dogs joining in - just for good measure! I am not sure how many people we woke up.... but I am sure that half of North Weald knew we were back!
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The cathedral was beautiful. We all got the children's version of the audio guide so we could synchronize ourselves to listen at the same time :) The front doors of the church are only opened for special occasions, like weddings or funerals of dignitaries. I bet they opened when Prince Charles and Princes Diana got married! Each door weighs ...
... in glitter. They were amazed at the putty that you blow up into balloons. We ended up buying a tube of it. There were magic tricks, remote controlled cars that drive upside down on the ceiling, indestructible remote controlled helicopters (the guy demonstrating threw it at a wall to prove it), remote controlled hovering objects. It really was amazing. We left Hamley's and caught the underground to Westminster Abbey and attended the Evensong Service there. Wow! What ...