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1 week Dec itinerary for London & hotel choice

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Dear all, my family will be visiting London in Dec, and here is our rough itinerary.

Nov 28 (Fri) 7 pm - arrival at LHR

Nov 29 (Sat) London - Southbank (Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, London Eye, Piccadily Circus, Trafalgar Square)

Nov 30 (Sun) London - Tower of London, Covent Garden (Transport Museum)?

Dec 1 (Mon) London - Greenwich , shopping + Broadway show?

Dec 2 (Tues) Manchester Day Trip (2.5hr one way)

Dec 3 (Wed) London- Natural History Museum/ Harrods

Dec 4 (Thur) Cambridge Day Trip (45min one way) OR Stonehenge Trip (to be decided)

Dec 5 (Fri) London- -Paris (2.5 hr one way)(Eurostar)

Currently I have booked Fraser Suites Queensgate but having second thoughts as to whether the location is too far out (in a way?) . Should I be looking for accomodation in another more central area? We are 2 adults and 3 children, looking for a 2 bedroom apartment, not more than 400 pounds a night. I prefer to rent serviced apartments rather than vacation rentals.

Appreciate your inputs on this, I have been agonising way too long over my hotel choice!

Thank you!

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