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What are the must-see London sights?

bejacob Platinum 38 Reviews
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Okay Insiders. There have been a few threads related to travel tips in London, but I'm now looking for the top sights one must see when visiting the city.

 

I'll be in London for about 4 days of a twelve-day trip to England in late October that will also include Bristol, Cornwall, and Brighton. I haven't been in London since the late 1970s (at the age of 12) and want to get the most out of the few days I'll be there. I remember visiting the Tower of London and Westminster Abbey, but don't recall too much else about my previous visit. I plan to visit the Tower of London and Greenwich (probably on the same day). Other than that, I'm still exploring options. I'll be at the Marriott Maida Vale, so I'll be using the Underground quite a bit. The final night (after Brighton) will be at the Renaissance Heathrow for a little runway watching.

 

I know London has something for everyone's tastes, but I'm looking for suggestions from MRI as to what should not be missed. There have been some good tips in this thread London "A Travel Helper"!

 

I have a few ideas of what I might do but want to hear more.

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  • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
    jerrycoin Alumni Steward Platinum 60 Reviews
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    bejacob,

     

    Sounds like a great plan!

     

    Make sure you know the "Tube routes" ASAP, and rehearse the routes in your mind!

     

    For the few days, I would recommend the following:

     

    Take the "Big Red" on/off tour bus around London, the first day you can.

     

    See:  Tower of London, London Eye, Westminster Abbey, Churchill Museum, #10 Downey, AFTER seeing the "Changing of the Guard" at Buckingham Palace!  (You can do all of this in one day)

     

    If you want to have one wonderful meal, or at least a refreshment, visit the Ritz, it is historic and beautiful.

     

    One other place to dine, would be down the street from the Ritz at The Hard Rock Cafe.

     

    One other note, if you like history, visit The British Museum, it is a place you can see in an hour and really enjoy!

     

    Have a great time!

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  • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
    sg1974 Gold
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    Get your oyster card and as Jerry mentions study the tube map. As you will not be staying in the centre you will be using the tube everyday.

    If you are going to use a smart phone download one of the free tube apps.

    Remember many of the stations in the centre are quite close and not necessary to take the tube between them.

    It is best to focus on areas for the days you are there.

     

    Visit South Kensington to visit some of the museums: Natural History, Science, V & A take your pick.

    West end area for: Covent Garden, Leicester Square, Trafalgar Square. Around here you can visit British Museum, National Gallery, Courtauld Gallery  (Somerset House).

    Walk across one of the many bridges and visit South bank area. Along here is London Eye, Tate Modern, Globe theatre.

    You have already mentioned Greenwich, yes this is worth a visit with the market, cutty sark, maritime museum and park.

    City area to visit St Pauls, Museum of London

     

    Also there are the parks: Green Park (excellent: Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund - Bomber Command Memorial)

    Hyde Park, Regents Park

     

    Majority of these places would be on most peoples itineraries. If you have time and would like to visit other places I would look at:

     

    Wallace Collection http://www.wallacecollection.org/

    Sambourne House http://www.rbkc.gov.uk/subsites/museums/18staffordterrace1.aspx

    Leighton House Leighton House Museum

    John Soanes House http://www.soane.org/

    Dr Johnsons House http://www.drjohnsonshouse.org/johnson.html

     

    Allow time to take in a show if that is of interest, good site for this:

    http://www.theatremonkey.com/

     

    If you need any restaurant suggestions for various areas just ask.

     

    There are plenty of things to do in London.

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    • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
      jerrycoin Alumni Steward Platinum 60 Reviews
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      sg.

       

      Thanks for the input!

       

      Let's make sure we all get together again in February!

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      • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
        sg1974 Gold
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        Jerry,

         

        Happy to give a few ideas and if they are helpful then great.

         

        If i am around I will meet up.

         

        This is worth a look for those that will be in London over the weekend of September 21 - 22:

         

        Open House London

         

        SG

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        • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
          jerrycoin Alumni Steward Platinum 60 Reviews
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          sg,

           

          Thanks!

           

          You have a "Local" perspective on the opportunities in London!

           

          Thanks for you input!

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          jerrycoin Alumni Steward Platinum 60 Reviews
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          sg,

           

          Thanks for the "Tip" on Open House London!

           

          Will stay in touch and hope we can have another MRI "Get together" at County Hall Marriott!

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  • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
    absolutelegend1 Platinum 2 Reviews
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    Things I'd do (but I work in London so might see things differently):

    - go to a football (soccer) game; Arsenal, Chelsea, Spurs or Fulham probably

    - take an evening boat ride from Westminster down to the 02 and back

    - visit the British museum

    - walk around central london, visiting a few pubs along the way

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    • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
      bejacob Platinum 38 Reviews
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      Good suggestions so far. I've already got a tube app for my smartphone (though as it is Verizon, I know the phone will not function in England). I do plan on visiting a pub or two (at least one historic one just for the ambiance). I remember stumbling across the Museum of Edinburgh when visiting Scotland a few years back and found it incredibly fascinating. I'll probably seek the Museum of London just on principle.

       

      sg1974, I've read up on the Oyster card and will get one as soon as I arrive. Good idea about focusing on specific areas. I'll check out the links you included.

       

      jerrycoin, I hadn't considered the hop on/hop off bus, but it was convenient in Dublin, Ireland to get a good overview. I'll give it some thought for London.

       

      There is no way to do it all in such a short time, but it's good to have a list of some favorites. Keep 'em coming. I've still got a couple months to prepare.

       

      Thanks everyone.

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      • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
        sg1974 Gold
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        You can't possibly see all the main sights in such a short visit.

        Best to focus on what interests you.

         

        Get a tube map from one of the stations.

         

        Another interesting museum: http://www.iwm.org.uk/visits/churchill-war-rooms

         

        This is a good source of information: http://www.timeout.com/london

        I use this site to see the current events in the city.

         

        For something different you can visit here: Gallery | Sotheby’s

        At the moment they have this exhibition on: http://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/2013/the-new-situation-l13144.html

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      • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
        seatexan Platinum
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        Can the Oyster Card be used for the Hop on Hop off bus?

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          seatexan Platinum
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          I am going to answer my own question as I dug thru some things and looked it up.... nope, I can't use an oyster card for the "hoho" bus.

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          • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
            peymanagement Platinum
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            SeaTexan, what I found was once you get your bearings, which is not really hard in central London, the best way to get around is not on the hop on hop off, but on buses, tube and shoe leather. The oyster card tops you off at around 6 quid a day for zone 1 and 2 which is great value and almost everything is in zone 1 and 2. I use the travelcard, but that was maybe not the cheapest approach.  One time I took the London pass which was excellent for the tourist highlights. On subsequent trips I found that some great London attractions and most museums are free. London is really easy to navigate. Have fun, do a ton of research and get the oyster visitor card, but remember you will be able to walk most of the time once in central London. I even found a pub crawl on a prearranged route for a few quid (15 I think) , where I had a half pint at five pubs while navigating the sites over a day. A fun way to spend a day.

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              seatexan Platinum
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              I even found a pub crawl on a prearranged route for a few quid (15 I think) , where I had a half pint at five pubs while navigating the sites over a day. A fun way to spend a day.


              I NEED to know where to go about finding this deal!!!

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                peymanagement Platinum
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                SeaTexan, I think there are several organized pub crawls, at least there were. We got the one I mention through the hotel. What I liked was it was self administered and self paced. We were provided a map and some vouchers, and it ended at Harrods. (we were at the Rembrandt in South Kensington)

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                  seatexan Platinum
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                  Sweet! thanks, Beer + sights = awesome way to spend the day! I will ask the hotel.  I'll be at the JW. Booking that as soon as United can get it's act together! Booking website issues!!! ugh.

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    • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
      jerrycoin Alumni Steward Platinum 60 Reviews
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      absolutelegend1,

       

      Good idea on the Pub stop!

       

      One taxi driver told me that this pub was the "First place", many tourists visit on their initial London visit:

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  • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
    ansaa Member
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    How exciting, bejacob! I spent a summer in London and it quickly became one of my favorite places in the entire world.  I love all of the suggestions that jerrycoin, sg1974 and absolutelegend1 have passed along. If I may add in a couple of my favorite spots:

     

    If you're not afraid of heights, I suggest taking a climb to the top of St.Paul's Cathedral.  The view is absolutely incredible and you're able to see the city from an entirely new perspective:

     

    St. Pauls.jpg

    St. Pauls 2.jpg

    St. Pauls 3.jpg

     

    Take a ride on the London Eye at night.  I waited until my last night in London to venture on to the London Eye and I wanted to do it at night because I heard your panoramic views are just amazing. They definitely were:

    london eye.jpg

     

    london eye 2.jpg

    Big Ben.jpg

     

    I hope you have a great time! Be sure to create a photo album with your London photos and share them with all of us upon your return! Cheers!

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    • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
      jerrycoin Alumni Steward Platinum 60 Reviews
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      marybr,

       

      Wonderful photo's!

       

      I did not know you could go to the top of St. Paul's!  It looks wonderful up there.  I truly enjoyed that tour as well!

       

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      Most interesting place! 

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      • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
        ansaa Member
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        Thank you, jerrycoin! St. Paul's is pretty neat, isn't it? It was one of the highlights of my trip. Love your photos!

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          jerrycoin Alumni Steward Platinum 60 Reviews
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          marybr,

           

          Thanks!

           

          It is really funny how photo's you take you think no-one will have an interest, but many times it is just the opposite!

           

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          This was a beautiful statue of Queen Victoria, just outside St. Paul's!  You can enjoy the walk thru the area.  It is historic and relaxing.  Don't forget an umbrella!  Harrods sells the small, hand held ones that are easy to use!

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  • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
    bejacob Platinum 38 Reviews
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    Just two more weeks. All the suggestions have helped me put together a tentative list of sights to see. Thanks to everyone who commented especially on some of the lesser-known but worthwhile London sights.

     

    I'm looking forward to the big city, but perhaps even more to the trip west and south. Bristol, Bath, Glastonbury, Wells, Cornwall, Avebury, and Stonehenge are all on my itinerary. The 2 free nights (courtesy of last year's fall promo would have expired next month) at the Bristol City Centre are just the icing on the cake.

     

    Thanks again for the comments. I'll put up a photo album when I get back.

     

    -Brian

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    • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
      erc Platinum
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      sg the master british deal man from London, turned me on to this site  
      £79 -- Warwickshire 19th-Century Manor Hotel w/Meals | Travelzoo Local Deals

      check out all the deals off to the side

       

      also try Amazon local for Britain. Between the two of them I saved over $300 on things I was going to do anyway - it's worth a look.

       

      and here's a thread    http://www.rewards-insiders.marriott.com/message/82190#82190

      that was essentially put together using all of the Insiders' terrific ideas.

       

      Enjoy your trip

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      • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
        jerrycoin Alumni Steward Platinum 60 Reviews
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        erc,

         

        sg is truly a tremendous asset to MRI!

         

        Not only is he a truly knowledgable professional on London, but is super nice guy as well!  His presence really helped make our trip another wonderful experience!  Here's "Looking at you SG"!

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        SG knows how to relax and share London travel suggestions at The CL, at County Hall!

         

        Thank-you SG!

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          sg1974 Gold
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          Jerry,

           

          Was good to meet up.

          Are you still planning to head over here in February?

           

          SG

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          • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
            jerrycoin Alumni Steward Platinum 60 Reviews
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            sg,

             

            Yes, at this point County Hall, last week in Feb. 2014.

             

            Tentative date to get together is Feb. 26, a Wed., after work that day!

             

            Will have more details as we get closer to that date.

             

            All are certainly welcome!  Might have to come up with some activity to enjoy together!  "Pub crawl"?

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      • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
        sg1974 Gold
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        erc,

         

        it's always good to save money on things you are going to do anyway.

        Soon there should be relief from the never ending hotel reviews clogging up the activity page.

        It will be good to get back to some more interesting travel discussions.

         

        SG

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      • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
        sg1974 Gold
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        erc,

         

        if you were in town this would have been a decent deal for you:

         

        http://local.amazon.co.uk/London-wide/B00FMZ4G9Y?src=email_s1_&ref_=pe_402351_40766191_em_restaurant_131018

         

        it is one of those few restaurants that has good food along with a nice view.

         

        SG

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        • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
          erc Platinum
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          Absolutely, and that's exactly the part of the city I intend to explore should I ever get back. Great deal.

          Now find me some deals in Copenhagen/Malmo or Stockholm for my spring trip.

           

          Don't forget - free beer ( I guess I could even down a stout if necessary) when you come to America's dysfunctional nation's capital .

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          • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
            sg1974 Gold
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            I've been to Copenhagen & Stockholm, both good places to visit.

            You will need some deals in those places as they are rather on the expensive side!

            I gave some sightseeing / restaurant ideas to Jasper in a previous post.

             

            All back working now in the capital I see, for the moment...

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    • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
      ayuhasz Platinum 2 Reviews
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      I really loved the Winston Churchill War Room museum.  It is really close to 10 Downing Street.

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      absolutelegend1 Platinum 2 Reviews
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      Hope you have a fantastic trip!  I think you will really enjoy the southwest, lots of lovely coastal towns and villages, and exmoor is beautiful.

      Just wanted to say that the Bristol Marriott Royal is also an excellent hotel - I spent 2 years there for work and still really like it.  Not sure if the promo vouchers allow, but if so give it a go - it's a lovely historical building.  However, if not then the City Center hotel is great too.

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  • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
    john_thai Platinum 8 Reviews
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    Do the touristy bus thing and take pictures of everything. Go walk across the Zebra crossing (forget the record company name, sorry) like the Beatles album cover. Just to say you did.

     

    Then get the &^%*%&^$ out of London. It's just a big city. I suggest going west to Windsor. The castle there is much more impressive than Buckingham Palace. The area around it is beautiful.

     

    I suggest getting up real early one morning and going for a walk just as the sun is rising.

     

    If it's not already on your itinerary, I suggest the Cotswolds. Stow on the Wold, for example. These are all the little towns that you think you're going to see when your tour England. I did it on a bicycle about 20 years ago. Absolutely loved it.


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    sg1974 Gold
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      jerryl Platinum 2 Reviews
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      it is a little way from London but I am sure a train would take you visit Canterbury. Great history from the early times

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  • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
    sg1974 Gold
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    For those that have kids and wish to visit the Shard this is a decent deal:

     

    http://www.theviewfromtheshard.com/?gclid=CLiNtO2VoLoCFVMbtAodvHwAFw#about/kids-go-free

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  • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
    bejacob Platinum 38 Reviews
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    Thanks again to MRIs for all the suggestions. I managed to see most of the things I wanted to see and a do few things I didn't know I wanted to do.

     

    At the suggestion of several MRIs, I did climb to the top of the dome of St. Paul's. The view was amazing. This was one I might not have done without the feedback on this forum. I also toured the Globe theater, visited Greenwich by way of the DLR, spent a rainy morning in the Tower of London and visited the Museum of London. I had to pick and choose among the myriad of museums and galleriers, but left plenty for a future visit.

     

    I did catch a show in the West End (Les Miserables) which somehow after all these years, I never got around to seeing until now. With the weather cool and often rainy, I did not try to see a football match except on the tele in a pub or two around town (I remember seeing part of the Manchester United vs. Aresenal game).

     

    It was a great visit. I'll add a few photos in a day or two.

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    • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
      bejacob Platinum 38 Reviews
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      Here a few pictures from my recent trip to England. I'll limit myself to just London for now.

       

      Sherlock.jpg

      In character at the Sherlock Holmes museum on Baker Street.

       

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      Entrance to the Underground at Kilburn Park, the closest station to Marriott Maida Vale. The station will celebrate its 100th birthday in 2015.

       

      St Paul.jpg

       

      The Globe Theatre and Millennium Bridge as seen from the top of the dome of St. Paul's

       

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      And a closer image of the reconstruction of Shakespeare's famous "O"

       

      Still sorting through all the photos from Greenwich and the Tower of London. If I find ones I am particularly fond of, I will add those as well. Again, thanks for all the great ideas. It helped make for a great trip.

       

      More pictures from outside of London to come (on another thread).

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      • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
        jerrycoin Alumni Steward Platinum 60 Reviews
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        "Sherlock", oh, I mean bejacob!

         

        Wonderful photo's!  That is also nice information on Maida Vail Marriott.  Great information on St. Paul's, that really looks like a great experience, getting to the top!

         

        Will look forward to seeing photo's and reading about the rest of your trip!  Here's a few other photo's you might also find interesting:

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        The "Moat" around the Tower of London!  Used for many activities as well as protection.

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        Albert Statue, in Hyde Park!  Great place to walk!

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        Carnaby Street, a great area to shop, dine and walk!

         

        Enjoy!

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  • Re: What are the must-see London sights?
    chobbits Platinum
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    Borough Market is always worth a visit if you are a foodie. Not far from London Bridge, the shard and the Tate galleries. A great place to wander around getting lost and great restaurants

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