Taplow House Hotel
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... an above-ground train back into London, and the the tube to Knightsbridge for an early evening visit at Harrods. Charley has been less panicked on the Underground; still very reluctant, but much more in control. On the way back this afternoon Mitch pulled out all stops to entertain and distract her and I think it worked well. When we finally arrived at Harrods, Ben and I hit the wall with exhaustion, but the kids were full of energy and excitement - they ...
... see some famous paintings including one of a guy I did a bibliography on in my high school history class haha so that was neat. I remember printing out a copy of the picture to go with the description so it was weird. I also saw the famous Van Gogh sunflowers and some stippilism paintings. The famous ones were easy to find because they were super crowded. Tonight is a pretty boring night as me and Mark are going to walk around the mall a bit and I ...
This morning APS crowd safety surrounded the hotel. Their presence lasted the entire day. We later found out that the Prime Minister of Bangladesh is staying at the same hotel. How exciting. Politicians everywhere! They're just my fav. We started the day by heading to the British Museum. Dedicated to human history and culture, it is a national pride. It holds the world's greatest Egyptian collection! My favourite part was actually ...
... took the tube to Picadilly Square for dinner. Picadilly is like Times Square. We found a authentic Italian restaurant and had great homemade pasta and pizza. We then wandered over to Fortnam and Mason which is where the Queen shops for her tea, jams, perfume and high end products. We found an awesome hat for Sara to wear to Megan's wedding in June. It was 680 pounds which is over a $1000. Ridiculous! We then took the tube home and are ready for ...
... to my mum, aunt and friend Emma after the mandatory "going travelling rucksack in the airport" photos. After a brief goodbye to my brother in departures (he works for the airline) we began our trip to London. It didn't take us long after arriving to realise that perhaps we should of done some 'lifting'... There's a lot to be said for suitcases on wheels! Nothing much else to report... Although we did have a bit of a "did we really just see that" moment when ...