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London in Feb 2013 with teenager

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Hi, I am planning a 7-10 day trip to London in mid February with my husband and our 15 year old son. We may be bringing another 15 year old friend of his. I know Feb. isn't the best time, but it is our only possibility so we have to make the best of it. Neither my son nor my husband has been to London. I was there 25 years ago, so I know much has changed. I am looking for information on renting an apartment or condo while there. Any suggestions as to the best parts of London to stay and how we should look for non-hotel accomodations? I'm OK with being outside London central, so long as we can get in to the city easily. We are hoping to take public transportation and not rent a car.

Also, any suggestions for what to do with a 15 year old in this fabulous city? How much freedom should I expect to give these kids while we are over there? I don't expect they will want to stay with my husband and I the whole time. Thanks for any help you can offer.

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