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Big Ben, London

Photo by Alfredo De Simone

A family holiday in England is as much about Big Ben, double-decker buses and afternoon tea as it is about standing stones, rights of way and royalty. Start a trip in London, England's cosmopolitan capital, and let the kids plan the visit. Photograph the great clock known as Big Ben. Journey round the world at the British Museum. Take an open-top bus tour. Ride the London Eye. See the Changing of the Guard. Eat curry and fish and chips. Enjoy afternoon tea. Travel beyond the big city and explore the country poetically known as Albion. Visit Windsor Castle. Reward tolerant tots with a day at Legoland. See the cathedral town of Canterbury. Stroll the streets of Oxford. Experience offbeat Brighton. Take to the trail in the Cotswolds or West Country - Devon, Summerset and Cornwall. Track time from Stonehenge to Bath. Traveling with literary teens? Chart the Hardy Trail from Dorchester to Weymouth. Immerse yourself in Shakespeare in Stratford-upon-Avon. Read Wordsworth out loud in the Lake District. Follow in the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes. Discover Dickens' London and the London of Oscar Wilde.
Travel Journal: Vacation Planning
Vacation Planning
 
Planning a family vacation is lots of fun. I'm helping my _____​_____​_____​___ plan our trip to _____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_ . I can't wait to go! I suggested we visit _____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​____ and _____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​____ because _____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​___. I agreed to skip _____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​__. I'm looking forward to _____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​___ the most. I've plotted our route and mapped all the things we plan to see and do. It will take us _____​_____​_____​____ to reach our destination and _____​_____​_____​_____​_ to get from _____​_____​_____​_____​_____​___ to _____​_____​_____​_____​___. To get there we'll take the _____​_____​_____​_____​, we'll take the _____​_____​_____​_ to get around. I've printed a map as well as the _____​_____​_____​_____​_____​ schedule. I looked up opening hours on the internet. _____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​___ is closed on _____​_____​_____​_____​__. _____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​___ is open from _____​_____​_____​____ to _____​_____​_____​____. Knowing this will help us decide what to see when. I researched the weather online. It's supposed to be _____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_ so I'll need to pack _____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​__. I've decided to leave _____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​_____​ home. _____​_____​_____​_____​_____​___ will keep me busy on the way there and back and when we travel around.

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