Old Etonian Hotel
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... home and stopped at our trusty Italian restaurant. We all badly needed some down time, but only Laura and I took it. As expected, the boys' energy level went through the roof and we had to head out for more activity. When your day starts at 4 AM, 2 PM seems like a long day already.
-we walked to the nearby Science Museum that was well rated as a family activity. It was poor at best. The exhibits were a mishmash ...
... surely they would regret it too! Needless to say, it was a strange moment.
A short drive across town brought us back to our apartment. Freddie agreed to take us to the airport the next morning and arranged a pick up time. When we got to the front desk the receptionist said our bags hadn't come! Noooooo! Not again!!!!! As Tiffani started calling the airlines from the lobby the rest of the family headed upstairs and found that ...
... local people clapping you along and dogs getting caught between everyone’s legs. A wonderful atmosphere and for what seemed a very long way initially somehow just happened. Of course we stopped for a few happy snaps along the way and had a good old chat to a few people also.
The run was held in ...
... Or is it the right... I'm screwed. We have airbags. Ok so that was fun... We arrived in Harrow.(London) The driving on the left side was fine. The problem was the roundabouts. The GPS does not recognize the streets. All you get is "right turn @ roundabout take 5th exit". So I have to count the exits, watch for cars, watch for people, all while driving on the other side of the road. Needless to say, stress was high and there were many ...
... crossing the River Thames (which we had no real idea what it actually was... and only later found out it wasn't open to the public until June 28th). The O2 was clearly visible from this vantage point as well, which is the 2012 Olympic gymnastics teams performed.
And we even took the DLR a bit futher east to take a quick peek at the Thames Barrier Park. Billy was enamored with the possibility of seeing the Thames Barrier because it is an ...