10 EMOJIS THAT DESCRIBE YOUR FAMILY HOLIDAY
There are so many emotions to go through when you travel to London as a family and seeing as 17 July is World Emoji Day, we thought we’d track them with those funny little icons. So, how many of these can you relate to?
1. FINGERS CROSSED
That feeling of anticipation when you set off for the airport or train station at the beginning of a holiday. You are hoping that all of your transport runs according to schedule, the kids do not throw any tantrums and your hotel is up to scratch.
2. HEART EYES
You see your room for the first time at Royal Garden Hotel and it is everything you hoped it would be. The bed looks so comfy and there is even a tipi for the kids to play in. You decide that you never want to leave.
Sightseeing is a huge part of any trip to London and whether you are snapping away on the family camera or taking pictures on your phone, you know you are creating great memories. Those iconic shots of everyone in front of Big Ben or at the Natural History Museum will certainly come out again in future.
4. FIGURES HOLDING HANDS
Everyone is getting on well and there have not been any arguments yet. You have done activities chosen by each person and your children have even been sharing with each other.
Royal Garden Hotel is located right next to Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, so there is no shortage of opportunities to get out into nature. From paddling in the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain to having a game of tennis, there is something every generation will enjoy.
6. ICE CREAM
It wouldn’t be a holiday without an ice cream and there are lots of delicious options in London. Try the frozen treats sold out of a vintage van by Colicci at Kensington Palace or the gelato that is made fresh every day at Oddono’s on Bute Street.
7. PRINCE AND PRINCESS
London and the royals go hand-in-hand and interest has never been higher due to a certain wedding that took place earlier this year. Whether you want to explore Kensington Palace, which neighbours the hotel, or head to Madame Tussauds for pictures with Harry and Meghan, you can join in the royal fun.
Food is bound to be a big part of your visit to London. The kids will probably want to try one of the burger restaurants or street food venues, while the adults may be looking for something more refined. The hotel’s on-site restaurants – Park Terrace and Min Jiang – have dishes to suit everyone.
9. SLEEPY FACE
After a long day of exploring London, you will all want to collapse into bed and get a good night’s sleep. Royal Garden Hotel’s luxurious rooms help you do just that. You will wake up refreshed for another day of excitement in the morning.
At the end of your trip to London you may be tempted to use the crying face emoji to show your sadness that it is all over, but the hand giving the OK gesture is much more appropriate. It encapsulates just how perfect your visit has been and your relaxed state of mind as you head home.
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