Posts tagged ‘kids’
Sure, kids all love Disney World and Disneyland, but what about those other spots the grown ups might like to visit? Is Hawaii to grown up for them? Will the kids love Hawaii or hate it?
Photo by NJScottAway on flickr, licensed under Creative Commons 2.0.
Lensmaster Treasures by Brenda has let the kids take the reigns on her Squidoo lens, Hawaii for Kids, by a Kid. Written from a 4th grader’s perspective, the lens also has photos and real thoughts of what this child thought of the vacation to Hawaii. Before you dive in and invest money into your own vacation, give it a read! It will give you some great insight on how your kid might look back on the trip (and this kid loved it!).
Brenda has also written a tourist’s guide to the best souvenirs that can be found in Hawaii, a top ten list of items that you might find on the island from the traditional Hawaiian shirt and lei to cookbooks and photo albums. Which souvenir does she recommend the most? It’s one that’s stood the test of time, but you’ll have to visit the lens to see what that might be.
You might also like Kona Girl’s lens on the Big Island of Hawaii, home of the most active volcanoes in the world.
I don’t know much about London, but lensmaster Lou1842 lives there, and has given us an excellent list of things to do with your kids in London. One of the best parts is that she’s found activities that aren’t too expensive, so everyone can afford to do these.
The London Aquarium is one activity that she recommends. While it’s more than some of the other activities, it might be worth going, and she tells you how you can get a discount.
Other kid friendly destinations included on the lens are the Science Museum, Coram’s Fields, Diana’s Memorial Playground, and Mudlarks at the Museum of London Docklands. These are all cost conscious places that have interactive exhibits and fun things children will definitely enjoy doing. Read the entire, informative list of useful kids activities in London that Lou1842 has compiled here.