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Help with London!!!

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Hey! I am a 29 yo female going to Europe for the first time this August! I need help with my London part! I will fly into London around 9:45 am, and I know it will take time to get from the airport etc and get settled so other then maybe dinner and some night exploring of city views lit up... day one is shot from what I hear! I am planning on spending 5 nights in London... is this too long? Does anyone have any good hostel recs for me that might include breakfast and in a safe location? I love the outdoors (adventure seeker!) and submerging myself in the culture! I like art and museums but I will be spending a month in Europe and don't want to burn myself out with museums the first week I'm there! I love good food so any restaurant/café recs are greatly appreciated esp if they are non-touristy and off the beaten path for the great experience! I know of the usual buckinham palace, London eye, Big Ben, London Bridge etc... but like out of the norm things as well! (For instance... when I get to Florence I will taking an Italian cooking class bc I love cooking and its not just another museum or building to look at!) Of course I am trying to stay budget friendly but willing to splurge if it is of course a must do/see! Thanks everyone in advance!!!

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