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June 24, 2009

More London Pics (Paris tomorrow!)

Day four collage resized  Yesterday, we went to Portobello Market in Notting Hill (yes, where the movie was filmed).  Then we took the girls back to Princess Diana's Children's Playground at Hyde Park and they played for several hours before we hopped on the tube to Kew Gardens where we met up with Andrew's cousin, Catherine, and her daughter (Grace).  While the grownups chatted, the three girls had so much fun together!  We went to their house and the kids played dress up and loved posing for photos.   Be sure to click that large collage above to get a bigger view.

Maddy at Covent Garden Market.jpgToday, we went to Covent Garden Market and Soho then Saint Paul's Cathedral and millennium bridge. Then back to the apartment for a quick nap before meeting Andrew's other cousin (Caroline) for dinner. Busy day! Here are some more photos:

Millenium Bridge behind us.jpg

 Me and my kids (Millennium Bridge is behind us).

 Maddy and Gwen on Millenium Bridge.jpg

Maddy and Gwen goofing off on the Millennium Bridge. 

Saint Paul's Cathedral

 Gwen and Maddy at a side door of Saint Paul's Cathedral.

Donna and Andrew St Paul's Cathedral.jpg

Donna and Andrew in front of Saint Paul's Cathedral.

Today was a very busy day! Tomorrow is going to be even more busy since we're getting up at the crack of dawn and taking the Chunnel to Paris where we'll spend the entire day and return back to our apartment late that same night. Oh, and a certain very special little girl will turn FIVE YEARS OLD tomorrow! I can't believe my Gwenny is 5! I hope we can find a birthday cake for my little big girl so we can sing her happy birthday in French!


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