Top Things to See in London

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  1. Kristi says:

    You mean rosetta stone is an actual stone and not a set of CDs?! Clearly I need to hire you as my daily guide not just travel guide! LOL

    • NatalieTanner says:

      Ha! Ha! That is where they got the clever name!

      I can also tell you the broken off piece was NOT in English. Ha! Ha!

  2. I love London, every time I go down to the capital I try and do something new. Camden town is one of our favourite spots. I always find it interesting to see the perspectives of other people from places in the world on our little country! P.S I hate my accent!! ha ha! (I’m a northerner!)

  3. Michelle Forcey says:

    The best thing that we did with the kids was take a train to Windsor. It’s a very short ride. We toured the queen’s beautiful estate. The small town of Windsor is filled with adorable shops and next door is Eton College which is fun to explore as well.

    • NatalieTanner says:

      I”m so glad to hear all about it! There are lots of wonderful things to do with the kids in and around London. When I visited, the concierge who was helping with train information, told me that was the place to buy your ‘wicked frillies’. I still giggle when I think of it. LOL

  4. MummyTravels says:

    Some great tips – Westminster Abbey is wonderful and I never get tired of visiting the British Museum. It’s very fun with kids too, they have some great activities and trails (as does the Victoria & Albert Museum, also free, if you love art and design from around the world). We’re very lucky in London to have so many amazing free museums. One thing I would add (and it’s tricky to limit myself to one!) is to go to the Tower of London, so much history and it’s a fantastic place to explore. If you can walk along the Thames or take a boat, even better, as the river really is the heart of the city.

    • NatalieTanner says:

      What lovely ideas! I’ve read about the evening visit to the Tower of London as a cool thing for teens. Have you done that?

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