So Hyde Park Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... in the Tate Modern :) We will post again later. Lauren. It is Kate now - the rest of the day was amazing. We walked back over the Millennium Bridge with a lovely view of St Paul's Cathedral - we briefly checked out doing a tour but at £42 for a family but decided against it as we had limited time. All around the area we saw statues of Shaun the Sheep as fund raises for kids charities. Some of them were really cute. We walked off ...
... London Pavilion which was originally built in 1859 to function as a music hall. Many years later after a great deal of renovations, it was transformed into a shopping arcade which is connected with the Trocadero Centre.
The original Chinatown that was established in London was in the Limehouse area when most of the Chinese migrants who came to London settled there. They mainly worked in the dockyard area and ...
Over the course of the afternoon we caught up with;
- Emma, Tom, Katie, Joseph & Sophie Murray
- Helen, Chris, Molly & Jack Ward
- Paul, Susan, Aidan, Fergal & Mairead Goddard
- Jesper, Tania, Lucas, Hugo & Freya Svedburg-Davis
- Martin, Sian, Mia & Emma Nieboer
- Darren, Annabel, Oscar & Lottie Roberts
- Rollo, Elly, Louis ...
... be able to go to one in the UK so it was a perfect opportunity. The food was amazing, beautifully presented (esp the starter platter served on a long wooden board and placed on tins of tomatoes in the centre of the table for us to share) and the kids were so well behaved. By the time we'd got the tube and train back it was very late and both littlies were fast asleep so we went straight back to the hotel and all crashed out too! ...
... at me accusingly. As we sipped our coffee we saw two gorgeous dark horses navigating calmly about the traffic. Atop them were two policeman. Police work on horseback is quite common here, the horses are incredibly unbelievably calm and well trained. I wonder if they are the same ones they use for the Queens Guard. Those horses need to stay still and keep watch and wouldn't it be lovely f they were the same ones, and this ...