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The British museum is a must see in London even for people who don't really like museum. It's also really well located in the city center of London, close to Soho, convent garden... and where you can find lots of nice hotels.
London, as I remember it, is a beautiful place filled with wonderful people. I went when I was around six maybe but I remember the atmosphere. What I recall most is the Tower Bridge (I think that's what it's called). It's magnificent! I remember the London Clock Tower (again, sorry if that's not what it's called), standing in front of it looking up at the top. I recommend London if you're planning a trip to England!
Hey, got a super long haul flight to London Heathrow coming up and just wondered what the hotels by the airport were like? I bet they're super expensive, but I know I'll just want to flop as soon as I arrive so any advice would be great..
Im heading to London soon for a few days and want to check out the BFI in Waterloo. Is it worth staying around there too? I found a site for prospective hotels but not sure if I want to stay in any of them!
We just went on a really good Da Vinci Code tour of London places mentioned in the book. http://britmovietours.com/bookings/the-da-vinci-code-london-tour/ Can highly recommend!!!!
Dolphin house serviced appartments are good value. 350eur/night (or much less if you stay long) gets you two bedrooms (w/kings. beds) with separate bathrooms, sitting room and a kitchen. Nice location too near to central London. Might be just the right pick for eg. two couples traveling together. Dolphin house also has a gym, pool, swimmin center, shampagne bar and a grill.
We visited London with my boyfriend for 4 nights. We were sleeping in the Corus Hotel Hyde Park, which is locatedjust near the Kensington Park and Hyde Park. Two days of shopping and two days of sightseeing. Every evening we went for a romantic walk to the Hyde Park. So, four evenings, and we still didn't see everything in the park. It's HUGE! And Romantic <3
If your head and feet are up to it, it's definitely worth taking the 530 steps up to the dome and enjoy the wonderful views over London. Also the whispering gallery is a must stop in the middle. The scary part with rusty iron see-through staircases starts only from here so you may also turn back and descend if you are scared of heights.
London Science Museum is must visit for all science fans. It's also very kids friendly sight, once there is lot's to do in the Hands-on exhibits (Launchpad). Museums exhibition is large so focus on the subjects you're interested in, rather then running all through. Museum store is also great place to find souvinirs too. And entry is free!
I'm driving to London soon and wondered if anyone had advice regarding Stansted, my company wants to book me in at the airport overnight because I have a 6am flight and they don't seem to trust I'll make it! I have to park up there too for when I return, anyone parked there and know what it's like? I heard Heathrow is a nightmare!
I hate tourists and if there is one place in London where you can find them all at the same time then this is it. If you're around there then sure, sit down somewhere and wait for the change of guard. You won't see anything. Don't go there, try e.g. the Cabinet war rooms or British Museum instead.