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... idea to walk. The centre of London is
well suited for cycling (using a Boris bike) or walking. It will help to get some much needed exercise and also help to explore the city’s attractions at a more leisurely pace. At traffic peak hours it is better to walk between destinations that are a short distance apart, as it will save on time spent in traffic.
Visit the many free attractions: One of ...
... br> After a long day and lots of walking (my iPhone health app says about 9 miles), we headed back to the hotel to rest. We actually saw that Bradley Cooper is starring in The Elephant Man in London - and this week is the last week. I think all of the shows are sold out but we might try to see if we can find tickets for tomorrow night!
Wishing you all the best from London,
... Dallas for 3 hours), and then fly British Airways, an American Airlines partner, to London for a trip of 8.5 hours in flying time. In total, the trip to London took 9 additional hours to make a 6 hour flying trip f
rom Washington D.C. to London. Lastly, if you don't know what "points" are they are rewards you can earn with most major domestic airlines based on the number of miles you fly and the class of ticket you purchase. You can also earn reward points by using ...
I am very light sensitive in the morning, so I was up at 5 AM. The plan for the day was the Harry Potter tour in Leavesden. I was a bit nervous about getting tickets, so I decided to take an early morning walk to Victoria Station to get them. The very helpful agent have me extension tickets to use in conjunction with the travelcards. And explained that it would cost twice as much to take ...
... eat. The fish that came in the entree was huge! I couldn't finish it all. However, it was very tasty! At dinner we sat next to an elderly couple who was from Australia. They were super nice and funny, and we enjoyed getting to talk to them for a few minutes. We always bump into the nicest people when we are traveling!
We headed to the London Eye after dinner. Being from Atlanta, it was neat to see that it is run by Coca-Cola. The London Eye is a huge ferris wheel type ...