Holland Park, Kensington & Chelsea

A day in the park is always a good idea!! 


Are you searching for the best park to go to in London? Have you been to Holland Park? It is in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea and it is such a lovely park!

I think the main reason why we enjoyed it so much was because the spring sun was out in full force, it actually felt like a hot summers day as we ventured around the park, kids playing in the adventure park, all of us admiring the extremely huge fishes swimming in the pond in the Kyoto garden and climbing rocks as we walked through the large forest looking pathways.

It really was the perfect chance to relax and have a catch up with my friend whilst our children felt free to let loose and have lots of fun exploring the park with their little energetic selves!



This summer I plan to explore all of the different parks that are in London, because as much as I love our days out at places like Kidzania or The London Sea Life Aquarium I also love to have play dates and picnics at a park with friends and so far Holland Park is high up on my list!


Do you have a favourite park that you take your children to? What is your favourite play date to take your children out on?

I’d love to hear from you so please leave a comment below and share your experiences with me!

Thanks for reading,

Layonie Jae x

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KIDZANIA Review

 

We went to Kidzania!!!

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OMG! If you havent been to Kidzania before then I absolutely recomLayonie Jaemend that you take Layonie Jaeyour children there! It is definLayonie Jaeitely an experience worth experiencing! It litterally is a city for children with very realistic features! The shops, the hospital, the supermarket, everything about Kidzania is fantastic! They even have the mini replica of my favourite shop H&M which I was very impressed with!!

Your children have the opportuntiy to both earn and spend Kidzania money called Kidzo’s and have the freedom to truely enjoy the experience with many no grown ups allowed area zones.

 

I took my Leshay and Jaray (age 5 & 7) to Kidzania with my mum so the cost for the 4 of us was £97 in total. £26.67 for a child ticket and £13.75 for an adult ticket (each). I booked our session online and printed off the e-tickets. Each session lasts for 4 hours and I booked the 11am-3pm session for the Saturday.

Located in Westfeilds Shopping Centre, at Shephards Bush, London. We arrived 15 minutes early as adviced and check in was a replica of the British Airways airport check in system, here you are given your wrist bands and Kidzo’s (Kidzanian currency) and then your adventure begins!

We all wore our wrist bands during our visit!

We all wore our wrist bands during our visit!

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Both Leshay and Jaray working at the hotel!

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Leshay and Jaray got a job in a hotel

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Jaray went shopping in the supermarket!

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Jaray was given a shopping list to follow!

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Jaray at the check out!

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After he had finished he was given a receipt!

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Leshay got a job as a check out girl!

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Leshay the check out girl in the supermarket

 

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Leshays class teddy Leo enjoyed his day at Kidzania!!

After the 4 hours were up, the kids had a look around the Kidzania department store to see if they wanted to buy anything, which in the end they didnt so they have brought the money back home with them ready for when we go back. I plan to go back during the summer time!

Have you been to Kidzania before? What did you think of it?

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Here is our video of our day at Kidzania!

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Wishing you all a happy Monday and a positive week ahead!!

Layonie Jae x