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WHERE IS RUDI’S FAVOURITE PLACE TOGO?
He really enjoys Tropical World – most kids do. He loves to go
and see the meerkats and it’s great because it’s really warm in
there and even when the weather is absolutely pants you can go
in wearing just a T-shirt and feel like it’s ‘almost tropical’. It’s
like a holiday, a little holiday – in Leeds.
WHERE DO YOU LIKE GOINGOUT TO EAT AS A FAMILY?
Tere’s the likes of Wagamama – they do great kids’ menus and we can all
enjoy a meal at Wagamama. Loch Fyne in City Square on a weekend do
free meals for kids – so me and my husband have gone in and had a slap
up meal and Rudi’s got his dinner for free, which is kind of cool. Also, on
Street Lane in Roundhay there’s Napa Bar and Kitchen.Tey ofer a really
good children’s menu with some activities to keep your child occupied. I
like the menu because it is really vibrant looking, but the thing that my son
really enjoys is that you can build your own pizza. Basically you just tell
them what ingredients you like and they bring you the materials to your
table and you can put it together, then they pop it in the oven for you – he
really enjoyed doing that.We love going out as a family and we’re lucky to
have so much choice here in Leeds.
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WHERE ELSE DO YOU AND RUDI ENJOY VISITING?
Leeds has got loads to ofer. I love to visit the canal and the riv-
er in the city centre. We often go as a family down by Brewery
Wharf to Azucar for a bit of tapas action. It’s a great area, my
son quite likes running around the concrete playground, I call
it a concrete playground because there are loads of bridges and
walls that he loves to clamber on and explore. Te art gallery
is again another option. It’s stimulating, and there are creative
sessions run there for kids and again it’s free. Obviously Leeds
City Museum is a great museum and Rudi absolutely loves it.
Tere are lots of activities in the school holidays aimed at kids,
learning something in an environment when it’s not enforced
learning, it’s just fun.We recently visited the Tackray Medical
Museum. You only have to pay once and then it’s free for the
rest of the year and it is suprisingly interesting – especially all
the old instruments that look like they were used for something
torturous. Another good place is the Abbey House museum at
Kirkstall Abbey. It’s got a great little children’s play area and an
interactive area with a ‘how we used to live’ replica street with
shops and houses.
Child’s Play