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Holy cow, our trip is coming up in the no-so-distant future.

To get to our hotel (London Regency on Queensgate), it looks like from Terminal 5 we would take Piccadilly Line straight to Gloucester Road. I assume the signage to Tube station at Terminal 5 is good (if I remember from when I had to change planes at Heathrow, they also have some helpful people to answer stupid questions from tourists). Does that sound correct?

A week later, we are going back to Heathrow to pick up a car to go to Salisbury, Bath and the Cotswolds. I'm driving on the wrong side of the road here in L.A. to get used to it. Is it better to take the Tube or a Cab back to Heathrow. Where are the car rentals at Heathrow? Thanks.

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