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Do these look right?

St Paul Cathedral
London Bridge
Tower of London
Globe Theatre
Tate Modern (Globe and Tate not to tour just to see)



St jame Palace
Buckingham palace (just to see)
Westminster Abby
House Guards
house of Parliament (just to see)
Cabinet war rooms?

Natural History
Harrods
Wellington arch
up to Abby Road and Marylebone for the afternoon/evening

London Eye
Trafalgar square
convent Garden Market

British Museum
hitting some vintage shops

there for 7 days, leaving two days for walking, drinking, eating, taking it all in

Also thinking of doing Fat Tire bike tour - heard it was fun to do

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