From there we walked through Hays Galleria and along the Queen's Walk until we arrived at "More London" where the kids played in the fountains and Richard and I roasted our bums on the really hot stone benches. (Which turned out to be great for drying the kids wet clothes.)
Glennon says, our pain lies in the space between the two circles. I'm working on that.
The South London Jazz Orchestra was playing an outdoor concert on the lawns at Eltham Palace, which is in our neck of the woods. We packed a picnic and took the bus straight from church to the palace.
After the performance we went into the Great Hall and the kids tried on the costumes. Then we did a animal scavenger hunt that the palace has for kids. Interesting trivia: the modern day owners of Eltham Palace in the early 20th century had a pet LEMUR.