Then, there were the regular visits to the City Farm (yeah, the goats were soooo friendly that I almost felt as if they were ours!). We went to numerous parks: Longford Park just down the road, Green Park & St. James Park in London. There were a few other local parks I have not listed here because I don't remember which ones they were and didn't bother snapping photos because I was mostly the porter holding the jacket, bottle, ball or bag - grrrr... We also walked along the canal that ran across the city.
We took two short trips southbound: to Oxford and London.
along the Oxford canal
street show: the bubble man!
down Petticoat Lane...
at Trafalgar Square
Green Park (I don't know, what is Princess doing here??)
the guards changing shifts
To end the children's Easter break, last weekend we went to a picnic site down in Rugby to pitch up the 6-man-tent Mr.D managed to bargain for. That was where the kids chased after rabbits, fed Horsie (the horse) and Little D got sting by nettles - ooooh, very prickly indeed!
Welcome to our humble set-up!
This is Mr Horsie..
Hmmm.. I wonder who's suppose to put on a shirt here...??!!
All in all, the holiday was exciting and tiring. So, now for some serious work...