Travel Photography Photos tagged as dad
12 pasteis de Belem between 5 people is not enough! Waiter...
A father is reflected hanging over a balcony dispensing advice to his hockey playing son. Taken at an ice hockey arena.
Dad couch surfing
The London Eye took us up, up, up...you could see SO much of London and beyond.
Check out the street under my dad's arm: yeah, that's how high we were!
The parents and I pose in front of the Tower of London, which is in fact several towers, not one. Most people thing of imprisonment and torture, which is historically accurate, but there's much more that went on as well. We're going tomorrow, so I'll let you know what else happened there.
This bridge links Parliament Square with the London Eye. Behind my dad, Annie and me is the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.
We're staying at the Grand Plaza Apartments in Westminster, a hood of London. My parents posed in front of the apartment when we arrived. We love the old architecture and small streets.
My dad really liked the Sunken Garden at Kensington Park. It was planted in 1908. Honestly, I wasn't that impressed.
Annie, Mom, and Dad in front of a statue of Queen Victoria honoring her 50th year of reigning. She was born and lived in Kensington Palace, which is visible behind the statue.
Mom and Dad took this opportunity to take a breather. We'd been walking since landing a few hours earlier.
Annie, Dad, and I behind the trees in Kensington Park.
You can just read the excitement on Dad's face. We had just landed in London.
Mum and dad got all snuggly in front of the lighthouse for a pic
I just want to say one thing - we were not drinking Foster's (ick); and contrary to popular belief it is NOT an Australian beer (well, not Aussie enough for us to recognise, anyway)
Dad takin the mickey out of Mermaid Corner Tea House...
Ahh the happy family - eating ourselves silly at Silvermere's buffet lunch on Dad's birthday