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Trip Report Good and Cheap - restaurants on Queens Way in London

We recently came back from a one week trip to London and found it thrilling. We spent four days doing our own walking tours and visited four musuems - Victoria & Albert, National Gallery, the Tate Modern and the British Museum. We took two one-day trips out of the city, one to Windsor Castle, Bath and Stonehenge. The second day trip was to Warwick Castle, Stratford on Avon, the Cotswolds and Oxford. Enjoyed learning about the history and viewing the green countryside. The restaurant food in London, however, is expensive. So we found a few good inexpensive places to eat a couple of blocks away from our hotel, near the Queensway and Bayswater underground stops. Chinese - Oodle Noodle, Thai, and Indian.

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