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Mother-daughter (7 y/o) trip to London- Which neighborhood?

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Next summer my daughter and I will travel to London. I know I have some time to plan but have gotten overwhelmed with the options.

Which neighborhood (or specific hotels) would you recommend? My daughter is adventurous, loves to be be busy and on the go. We would love to have a view from our window of a bustling street (not concerned about noise). She's also a very picky eater so walk-able restaurant options are important. I'm considering the Milestone but I'm not married to that idea.

Thanks so much for your help!!

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