Last week we had a day out in London with Sunnyboy's Nana and Grandad. The first place we visited was the V&A Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green. After we'd finished looking around the museum we took the tube to Trafalgar Square.
We saw Big Ben in the distance,
and Nelson's Column up close.
Sunnyboy sat on the steps of the National Gallery,
and watched some street performers.
Then after admiring Nelson's Column some more,
we walked across the Thames,
and got on the tube again to go to the Princess Diana Memorial Playground in Kensington Gardens. Sunnyboy loved the pirate ship.
Back at home the next day we made a map of the route we took on the London Underground, starting at Bethnal Green and ending at Kensington Gardens.
A couple of days later we bought a secondhand copy of 'Getting to know London' by Rosemary Stones,
and enjoyed reading about some of the places we'd been to,
and more places we'd like to visit.
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