A Day Out In London

Image courtesy of Vichaya Kiatying-Angsulee / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
Image courtesy of Vichaya Kiatying-Angsulee / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Last Friday, Viggo and I attended Brit Mums Live in London, it was the first time that Viggo had been on a train!! He certainly enjoyed climbing up the seats to try and eat the little cardboard reserved signs…

We haven’t been to London as a family for quite some time, so I began thinking about a trip there in the Summer Holidays, but the problem is, with seven children, they all have different things that they would like to do.

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Neva is the animal lover of the family, so she would love the London Aquarium or London Zoo.

Xene enjoys going to watch shows and musicals, so a theatre trip would be on her to do list, and maybe a Harry Potter Bus Tour.

I’m sure Eowyn would talk us into a little stop off at Hamleys ToyShop

The boys would love Madame Tussauds, but I think the London Dungeons would be too much for them (or maybe I mean me!)

The London Eye looks amazing, and we would obviously need to do the obligatory sights – Trafalgar Square, Changing of The Guard, Buckingham Palace.

But all of this would take quite a long time, we definitely couldn’t do it all in one day, so I had a quick look at an overnight stay.

The International Hotels Group have some amazing hotels, right in the middle of London.

Kensington-Forum located within a few minutes of Hyde Park,London Eye and Tower Bridge perfect place to stay whilst checking out the sights of London.


Bloomsbury Hotel  a stones throw from Buckingham Palace, Covent Garden and St Pauls Cathedral

Have you got any tips for a London Stay, or must see places to visit ?

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