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Arriving at Heathrow, then into London: questions

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What is the best place/terminal to meet up with other travelers (family) who arrive at the same time, approx. 10:30 AM, but at different terminals? We'd like to go into London all together, if possible. My husband and I arrive at Terminal 2 (United) and son and family arrive at Terminal 5 (British Airways). We’ll all have to go through customs, but none of us will have checked in baggage (I believe).

Also, anyone have suggestions for the 5 of us on transportation methods into London? Our hotel is Thistle, Kingsley (yes, we switched to this hotel from the last time I posted). It appears easy to take the underground, the Piccadilly line from Heathrow, to the Holborn station, as it’s the closest to the hotel, then a 5-10 minute walk. Am I reading the underground lines routes correctly, in that the Piccadilly line goes to where we want to go, without any line changes? Is there any reason not to do the underground transport? Would another transportation method be better? Thanks.

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