Things I want to do with George over the next few months Part I

A little bird told me, that spring starts this weekend. I am forcing myself to believe this and I am planning all the activities that I would like to do with George. George and I have annual passes for the London Sea Life Aquarium, Kidspace and a membership for Maggie&Rose, so we will definitely visit those three places a lot.

If I understand it right, I can also visit the Sea Life in Brighton with my annual pass. I yet have to find out whether this is right or not. One of my planned trips is a day trip to Brighton. We will go to Brighton next Tuesday, the 16th of April. I’ve just booked the train tickets. Brighton is such a lovely town. I haven’t been there with George yet and it really is a great shame because the train only takes one hour.

I need to book an appointment for George to have his hair cut. We usually go to Trotters on King’s Road in Chelsea. Their hair stylist is fantastic and George loves looking at the fish and reading books. George likes to go to the nearby Saatchi Gallery and loves to run around and look at the paintings. Close to King’s Road are all the museums, George and I love to go to: Science Museum, Natural History Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum.

I am considering getting membership for the Chelsea Physics Garden. £38 a year is a great way to support a dedicated charity and I would like to spend a couple of hours there on a sunny afternoon with George. Just next to it is the Royal Hospital Gardens. I love how the children are able to walk around on their own a bit. Just be careful they don’t walk too far away. It happened to my friend and she found her twins jumping in muddy puddles. One can only imagine what her children looked like. Another great place is the Garden Museum, we will have to visit this one as well.

2 Comments

  1. April 13, 2013 / 10:38 am

    I took my 3 to the London Aquarium in the Feb Half Term – we all loved it! It's definitely worth a visit but if you can, avoid the school holidays – the crowds would probably spoil it for a little one.

  2. April 13, 2013 / 11:13 am

    George was scared the first time, but we go quite often as we have an annual pass and now he really loves it.

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