The Antigallican Hotel
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... seeing the familiar streets. The next stop (after much looking in souvenir shops and a long, detoured walk by the river) was Madamme Tussaud's. The kids had no idea what to expect and Ben had never been there so it was lovely to hear everyone so excited about seeing the realistic wax figures of their favourite celebrities, sport stars and historical figures. We spent lots of time photographing everyone. The highlight for Alex was ...
... Beer du jour: London’s Pride
Dish du jour: toss up between fish and chips and fish pie
Factoid du jour: Controversy in London . . . The origin of the name “Big “Ben” is the subject of some debate. The largest four-faced chiming clock in the world may have been named after Sir Benjamin Hall, the chap who oversaw the installation of the Great Bell, or boxing’s English Heavyweight Champion Benjamin ...
... to only to find out that they are not open on Tuesdays which pleased us no end. We had to settle for a pretty nice playground instead which kept the boys amused for a while before we hit the shops to complete our wardrobe transformation and sent home a bunch of the stuff that we packed that we really shouldn't have. London sales are awesome and everything is about 50-70% off - well that's what Sal said anyway.
We had our first full family game ...
... to Westminster Abbey to start with and were very disappointed to discover that it was closed to tourists on Sundays in reservation for religious services. I was totally bummed.
We made our way over to Elizabeth Tower and the Houses of Parliament and got the obligatory pictures before our lazy meandering towards Buckingham Palace. There was a 10k in London's City Centre so most of the roads were closed off to traffic which gave us the unique experience of being able ...
... how the Brits reacted to bad public transit. Interestingly enough, the replacement driver began getting antsy at 5 minutes past the arrival time. After 10 minutes, she called her boss to find out about the delay. Meanwhile, the other riders began pacing back and forth while craning their necks to peer up the dark road in search for the missing bus. I started getting crabby after about 15 minutes. At about 20 minutes past, she began to tell us that this driver ...