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Family London (Paperback)

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From the best museums and galleries to the perfect playgrounds and cafes, Family London handpicks the very best things to do in London with tots, teens and everything in between. Come rain or shine, this complete insider's guide to one of the best cities in the world will help you plan a day out to remember - and there's something for everyone, from toddlers and teenagers to adults who are just big kids at heart. Whether you are a born and bred Londoner, or planning your first trip to the nation's capital, this is the go-to guidebook to help you and your family uncover all the hidden gems the Big Smoke has to offer, and ensure you make the most of the city.

Travel & MapsTravel & holiday guidesTravel with children / family holidays Publisher: Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd Publication Date: 28/06/2017 ISBN-13: 9780711238633  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Jimi Famurewa is a freelance journalist specialising in entertainment, social trends and men's lifestyle. Previously, he worked as Features Editor at ShortList magazine and Features Executive at the London Evening Standard - a role which gave him unparalleled insight into the capital's whirling merry-go-round of restaurant launches and cultural happenings. He is a father of one and his parental writing has included everything from trialling a hybrid skateboard pram to visiting Sweden with his son to investigate Scandinavian-style paternity leave.

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