(If you missed the original Christmas mouse hole post, read it here first.)
We checked on “our” mouse hole this week, and discovered a gift had been delivered to the mice.Continue reading
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
Well, it’s March, so I better finish my posts about Christmas before Easter.
I just spent an hour and a half on this post, only to hit publish and somehow it disappeared without saving any of it, so I’m feeling P R E T T Y frustrated with WordPress right now.
So this will be an abbreviated version of what I originally wrote, because I’m so mad I spent so much time on this already. Continue reading
The first weekend in December was a busy one here in London! On Saturday morning, I took E ice skating at Somerset House. She enjoyed it so much last year in Vienna, I wanted to take her again this Christmas season.
As I previously mentioned, with Christmas activities in London, you need to book well ahead, or else things sell out. But that means you run the risk of it pouring down rain the morning of your ice skating time slot, as it was this Saturday.