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In order to make up for yesterday's rather boring day, we decided to take advantage of the Winter 2for1 offers on lots of London attractions. As long as you buy a travel card for the train, you get to enter a lot of attractions for half price! We had planned to get on our bikes and go for a ride around the local area, but one look outside at the weather put that idea to rest. Plus we don't have locks for the bikes yet, so thought that might be a bit of a pain.
... you can find the city in a completely
new way. Most of the inns are situated in a planned position, which is bounded
by all the enthusiasm that the metropolis has to present. It is near to the major
airports Stansted, Gatwick, and Heathrow. The hotels provide a winning mixture
of technology, design, hospitality as well ...
With a late night ahead of us at the theatre we decided to start the day at lunch time (after finally catching up,on the washing). It was raining as we exited at Westminster and walked past Big Ben looking for the Jewel Tower which we couldn't find the entry too. So we headed for Westminster Abbey. Quite a beautiful cathedral and the history inside is amazing. Numerous Kings, Queens, poets and dignitaries are buried there ...
... to avoid these areas and head over to Soho or Shoreditch instead.
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The final thing to bear in mind about London’s club scene is that it can get very expensive and in some places there is a minimum spend per table (which is always worth knowing in advance). Arriving before 10pm can save you money on the ...
... tempting, because this opportunity isn't available very often. We crossed the Thames several times, including over the Tower Bridge, and ended up at Westminster Pier, where we took a river cruise back up the way we'd just come. The river cruise guide told us about the history of London's watermen, and explained that it was a tradition dating back 500 years, carrying people and goods across the river. In recent years their role has changed to ...