The unique culture and colorful history of London come to life in this parents' guide to enjoying an exceptionally entertaining family vacation. Researched and written specifically for families making the journey to London, this book is the antidote to the inevitable tribulations faced by traveling parents and children. With a focus on family-friendly adventures, it describes such classic destinations as the Tower of London and Buckingham Palace, lesser known attractions such as the Florence Nightingale Museum and Churchill War Rooms, and an entire section devoted to the 2012 Olympic Games. Key information about each attraction-such as locations, hours, and prices-is included, allowing families to plan itineraries with confidence. In addition to sight-seeing suggestions, the book is full of practical trip planning tips and advice, including getting from the airport to the hotel, finding a doctor, changing money, and locating public restrooms.
|Publisher:||Roaring Forties Press|
|Edition description:||Fourth edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
David Stewart White is a writer whose articles have appeared in AAA World magazine and the Washington Post as well as the travel websites www.bootsnall.com, www.examiner.com, and www.goworldtravel.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Traveling to London with children? Then you need this travel guide on your NOOK before, during and after your trip! All the info you want to know on the go for you and the kids. This new ebook edition has fantastic photos to inspire your planning process and share with your family. The wonderful quotes from British children's books and stories are the icing on the cake.
This book was obviously written by a parent! Lots of practical advice and some funny stories too.