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Today, we visited the London Zoo in Regent’s Park. We took the Circle Line to Great Portland Street and then walked 20 minutes across Regent’s Park—which is always enjoyable—to the zoo. It’s a fairly expensive day out at about £70 (around $115 US) for admission for the three of us. But, it provides a full […]

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I have a theory. To have a trip that works for everyone, one must make allowances when traveling with a small child. You don’t have to pick only obviously kid-friendly destinations and activities. But, you do have to make realistic compromises. Historically, we’ve always attended the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition. It’s a huge art show, […]

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I awoke early this morning while London was still dark and quiet, but Libby and Emerson managed to sleep nearly 12 hours until 9am. The day was once again overcast and cool, which is a refreshing change for Floridians in late June. After feeding Emerson breakfast and getting ready, we walked to Ben’s cookies for […]

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Our seven-hour, overnight flight to London was blissfully uneventful. Emerson fell asleep well before take-off and remained zonked out until we awoke her to have breakfast before landing in London. Libby was also went “lights out” shortly after we were “wheels up.” I stayed awake to watch Hyde Park on Hudson and then called it […]

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This morning we awoke early, got ready, checked out of the hotel, and preceded to Delta’s terminal at Heathrow. SkyTeam has a really nice setup there… it makes travel a breeze (especially for those with status and/or lounge access). We went to the dedicated check-in area (no queues), buzzed through security, picked up some supplies […]

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