You can just look at our photos and imagine the toddler drama. Or you can try to block the vision of toddler drama from your mind. Your call. These are in no particular order, as we usually use multiple cameras and dump them in the same folder on the computer. Yes, it's quite a system.
Laura on the London Eye. That's Charing Cross Station just to the left of her head.
The Horse Guards Parade from the London Eye. I've never been there in person, but it looks cool. That monument is to soldiers from World War I.
Look, kids! Big Ben! Parliament! Owen not looking at the camera!
The cloisters at Westminster Abbey.
In the British Museum.
The Millennium Bridge and Tate Modern from atop St. Paul's.
St. Paul's from the Millennium Bridge. No, I don't know who that woman in the foreground is.
In Trafalgar Square before we went into the National Gallery. (We came out in the middle of this.)
Owen takes a break from his complicated sight-seeing life to watch Bear in the Big Blue House in the hotel room.
Owen pets a goat at the London Zoo.
And my favorite photo from the trip, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey from the London Eye.
I have high hopes that some day we'll be able to see everything we'd like on a trip with minimum kid drama. This wasn't that time. But it's good to have goals, right?