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London tea & other adventures with the kids

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We will be in London for three full days this July.We are staying in Notting Hill.
Looking for two special things to do with our kids (ages 6,11,13). We have already booked a private family bike tour the morning after we arrive so will have a good overview of the city.
- having afternoon tea seems like a "must" and would be a nice bday treat for me. Any special spots?
- any other suggestions for us?We like to go a bit off the beaten path and find experiences that are a bit more unique and less crowded than the usual suspects like Changing of the Guard, London Eye, etc.
Anything you have done that was AWESOME?!
Thanks.

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