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by Rhonda Carrier

Download Frommer's London with Kids (Frommers With Your Family Series) eBook
Rhonda Carrier
*Frommers; 2 edition (November 19, 2007)
280 pages
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With Frommer's, family vacations have never been so easy. It's like having a friend show you around, taking you to the places local parents and kids like best. Our expert authors have already gone everywhere you might go—they've done the legwork for you and they're not afraid to tell it like it is, saving you time and money. No other series offers candid reviews of so many hotels and restaurants in all price ranges, and tells you which ones are kid-friendly. Every Frommer's with Kids Travel Guide is up-to-date with exact prices for everything, dozens of color maps, and exciting coverage of sports, shopping, and outdoor activities. You'd be lost without us!

The all-new second edition of Frommer's London with Kids reveals London's most fun and educational experiences for kids. It's full of incredibly detailed tips—right down to which hotels offer cribs and rollaway beds and which restaurants offer high chairs. Inside you'll learn where to find hands-on, interactive museums; children's entertainment, from concerts to puppet shows; kid-oriented shopping; plus all the best parks and places to play. Let Frommer's London with Kids show your family the exciting sights and sounds of London.

  • Vutaur
If you like Frommer's Guides in general you will find this one of the best guide books to use before and during your trip to London with your kids. I was with a 10 year old and she and I had a great time. Start at The Tower of London (we took the Regents Street double decker bus) and had a double treat just getting there. Public transportation is easy to use, just avoid rush hours when you have children with you. This guide has many suggestions including walks through neighborhoods. There are guides for places to eat and stay as well. If you are planning a trip to London with a child, buy Frommer's early, plan ahead, do not make a strict schedule and be flexible with your plans. We found that going to one major attraction per day was quite enough. Do your homework and enjoy every day on your trip to London with kids.
  • Velellan
What I like most about this guide compared to other guides, is that you can tell this is a REAL mother visiting these places with REAL children. And most importantly, she tells you about the places to avoid, as well as the best places to visit.
when you're a mom, with two little boys, it is sometimes just as important to actually know the places NOT to go - as well as the places to go.
I laughed out loud when I read her review of Hamleys. We must have been visiting there the same day! I too saw the scary santa. who looked like he would've rather been any where else than where he was. I wouldn't let my boys near him. didn't even want them to see him he looked that miserable. Shame on Hamleys to allow that.

Just when I thought it couldn't get any worse, we went for lunch and then to the bathrooms. Where to begin? The food was deep fried and disgusting, the whole place smelled of old frying oil. It was unedible AND very expensive.
Having to change a diaper is another story. The handicapped toilet with the changing tables was dirty and the floor was wet with wet tissue all over and partially flooded. There was a line to get in as well. I had to change my baby on the floor outside the bathrooms. Everything was filthy.
I will never go back there again.
Ms Carrier was right on the money with her description of her experiences there.

So, whenever I am in London with my boys, I always read her guide - because I know she is a real mom like me. I'll go where she says is a good place to go, but I'll also avoid the places she says to avoid.
When you find another mom who's judgement you trust, it's like gold! That's how I feel about this guide.
Good advice from another mom who's been there. It's great!

Can't wait till our trip to Brittany.
Thank you Rhonda!
  • Bradeya
I love this book very much which contains almost everything you need to know if you want to bring your kids to London. Cannot miss it if you want to bring your kids to London.
  • Sinredeemer
I found quite a few helpful bits of information for navigating London with my child. I haven't yet been, so this may be hasty, however, we are planning our stay in London relying in large part on this book.