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Guide Books for London

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I am travelling alone on Business to London for 7 days in August 1st week. I will have 2-3 days and 4 evenings at my disposal to explore the city.

Any recommendations on Travel Books? I have used Rick Steve for Italy and France and totally loved it.

I came across following books:
Rough Guide
Time Out London
Rick Steve London

Any experiences or suggestions?
Any other suggestions for solo first time traveler in London. I am in late 20's and enjoy the usual stuff - Food, History, People, Major Sightseeing and some great walks.

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