It’s December, and I hope you’re ready for a whole slew of posts about things to do in London at Christmastime, because I’m ready to do them ALL and report back.
Take the Kids to London
ATP Finals and Other Stories
As I mentioned in my last post, my best friend from growing up in Oregon, Jess, and her husband Tom and their nearly-2-year-old came to visit us in London just before Thanksgiving. Unfortunately, their little guy didn’t adjust too well to the 8-hour time change from their home in Seattle, so we didn’t do all that much during the day, as he was up for half the night for the first week. (He’d wake up in the middle of the night—dinnertime in Seattle—asking for quinoa.)
Christmas in London Recap, Part 6
A few more pretty pictures snapped on my iPhone around London in December:
Christmas in London Recap: Part 5
We went to the Sky Garden back in August, and I wanted to go again in the winter to see the view as the sun set (around 3:45 p.m.) and then watch the city come alive with lights. I was not disappointed. The Sky Garden remains one of my top recommendations of free things to do in London. Just be sure to book your time slot about two weeks in advance.