Christmas at Kew met—no, exceeded—my expectations.
I have heard for several years that Christmas at Kew Gardens is a must-do Christmastime outing in London, but this was our first time. You have to book tickets really early—we booked in JULY. And we were really lucky we happened to have a dry evening on the date we booked.We’ve been to Kew Gardens before, but this was a completely different experience. (And Kew Gardens is very much worth a visit during the day, with or without kids.) Continue reading →
Frosted Range Rover windscreens… fur-trimmed Canada Goose coats… cockapoos in Christmas jumpers… and another Christmas season in SW11 Between the Commons is upon us.
It happens fast after Halloween. First there’s Guy Fawkes Day/Bonfire Night. Remember, remember the 5th of November, gunpowder, treason, and plot. We went to Battersea Park for the fireworks and bonfire again this year, and got lucky it stopped raining in time! Continue reading →