Posts Tagged ‘London’

Sleeps 5, 6, 7 in Cornwall

Our family just returned from a lovely holiday in Cornwall, England at Heath Farm Cottages. The farm is located near Coverack, a charming fishing village on the southeast side of the Lizard.     Heath Farm Cottages Amenities Some of the cottages can accommodate 5 guests with two bedrooms for a family of four plus…

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London Family Dining, Restaurants, Cheap Eats

Here are 4 links to help you find places to eat in London.  As I mentioned in a previous post, next time my family travels, I plan to use Google maps to plot the restaurants that sound great and are in close proximity to the things-to-do my family plans to visit. View London Restaurants Sort by…

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Nintendo DS and DS Lite Adapters – Eight Gadgets for Travel

Since writing about our family’s Nintendo DS adapter experience where we discovered that a Nintendo DS requires a transformer in addition to an adapter, I have found 8 more gadgets to solve similar electronics problems. Some are for a DS and some for a DS Lite. I don’t know enough about the circuitry differences between…

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City Tour – Top Pick for Family Travel

A bus tour was not included on our London agenda years ago because they are expensive, at least for our tight budget. But we splurged last summer, taking a live-guide bus tour of Munich, and a few days later, a recorded-audio bus tour of Berlin. Now that we’ve experienced those tours in Germany, we will…

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Family of 5 in London for 46 Pounds Per Person Per Day

Readers have inquired: How much to budget for a trip to Europe with kids? One big factor is the age of your family members. If you have toddlers, the total will be much less because they won’t need a regular meal, and you’ll probably not be able to visit as many tourist spots because little…

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Tube, U-Bahn, Subway – Family Travel Safety

Notice the logo used for this blog and our website, sleeps5.com. The image is of a family of ducks on their way. Even before Holly and I constructed our website we consistently utilized a duckling analogy to describe the image of traversing busy sidewalks in big cities with 3 children. You know – the mama…

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