In and Around London for Kids

In and Around London for Kids

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by Judith Milling
     
 

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Written by a mother of two, this is a discriminating and detailed guide to help parents find the best places for children in and around London. Ideal for weekends and holidays and suitable for visitors and Londoners alike, the places listed represent more than just the attractions of the capital.
All destinations are rated on quality, price, value for money and

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Written by a mother of two, this is a discriminating and detailed guide to help parents find the best places for children in and around London. Ideal for weekends and holidays and suitable for visitors and Londoners alike, the places listed represent more than just the attractions of the capital.
All destinations are rated on quality, price, value for money and child friendliness, with full descriptions of each venue including directions, nearest stations, opening hours, prices and which age group it would most appeal to and the ease fo access for pushchairs.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781840184334
Publisher:
Mainstream Publishing Company, Limited
Publication date:
03/28/2001
Pages:
284
Product dimensions:
5.12(w) x 7.87(h) x 0.71(d)

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Meet the Author


Judith Milling has lived in London for the past 15 years and now considers it home.

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In and Around London for Kids 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Who but the Brits would drag their kids to the Railway Museum after Railway Museum recommended in this book? After all, it would be much too indulgent and vulgar to entertain them on their vacation, wouldn't it? I lived in London years ago and now plan to take my kids back, so I am somewhat familiar with the sights and the proclivities of the English. This book is for them. Only an Englishman, or one familiar with the culture, could know how to read between the lines as to what is a boring place to visit, and what might be fun for kids. The author is much too polite to come out and say, 'this Railway Museum is a real bore.' If you are planning a vacation for children in which you would like them to have fun, avoid this book. I hope to return my copy.