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Fun things to do in London.

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Hello Fellow Travelers!
I will be in London come the first week in March. Looking for some fun things to do. I am not on a super strict budget, but I don't need to be overspending. I will be taking the tube most places, perhaps the bus too. Any tips for taking to bus? Maybe once I am in the city take the bus around? I am staying in a little town on the outskirts that is about a 20 minute metro ride into downtown.
I am really into the Pub scene, cute shopping streets and cozy cafes. My list so far of places to see and things to do in the week that I am there:

Westminster Abbey Church
Big Ben
The London Eye
Abbey Road
Buckingham Palace
maybe: Shakespeare's Globe

What else should I check out? I plan on literally walking by some of those places, some I will take a gander in. (keep in mind, it will be a bit chilly outside, due to it being March) My main worry is I do not want to miss anything that is amazing! For the most part I am there to have fun with my friends in a great city, but like I said, I want to make sure my trip is worth it and seeing how I have a week, I want to see some great sights and cute towns. Thank you for the help, looking forward to hearing what you all have to say!

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