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Do we/should we go into London from Heathrow?

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My husband and I have never been to London, but we are passing through after a trip to France. July 1, we fly out of Marseille at 2130 & arrive at Heathrow at 2230. We are staying at the Sofitel at the airport. Our flight the next day leaves at 1430.

My husband thinks we should get up early & take the train into London for a few hours. Don't know what we would see or if we would even have time. I am always a bit anxious about making flights, so although I would like to visit London, get a feeling for the city in order to decide if we want to plan a trip there, I'm concerned about missing our flight or having to go through a lot of rushing and anxiety about making the flight. How difficult would this be?

Any advice?

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