Friday, March 21, 2014

Toddler Tales: London with the 3 year old

I am very excited and a little scared.

London Eye View

We are going to London for two weeks and taking the little girl.

First, the flights. There and back are non-stop flights! How many hours is that, exactly? She has been great flying cross country and also to Hawaii, but those were only about five hours. Hoping she will be excited enough to be on her best behaviour, or at least sleep through most. 
Then there will be the jet lag to deal with. Ugh.

I am excited about the time we will have in London. The hubby will be working during the week so the little girl and I will be exploring on our own. I think it will be fun. I do need some ideas for kid friendly activities. Do you all have any kid friendly suggestions for London?

My little world traveller. It is still amazing to me that she has gone to so many places in three years when I didn't fly until the age of 22! My first time to Europe- 25!

1 comment:

  1. You are braver than me, I wanted to go to Europe for my 30th birthday next year but decided I should probably choose something a little closer because my toddler wouldn't do well with that kind of flights. He's been to Vegas (about 4 hours), and Florida (3 hours) but I haven't been brave enough to go longer than that yet. Plus the jet lag, I don't even want to think of it!

    I've been to London and love it, but I don't know much about kid friendly. But I would recommend Madam Tussad's wax museum. Not sure she'd appreciate it at 3 because she probably wouldn't know who the figures were, but I enjoyed it.


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