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London 1 week itinerary

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Hello! I'm traveling to London with my husband and two sons (ages 10 and 12). We have a six day London Pass with travel, my parents and grandparents bought it for us as a Christmas present. Any feedback/suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Only my youngest son is a Harry Potter fan, so I didn't want to spend a whole day at the WB studios. So far, here's what we're thinking of doing:

Friday, March 25th: Arrive at 7:30am. Get to hotel, Doubletree Westminster, leave bags and go for a long walk. Early Evening do the London Eye Champagne Experience.

Saturday, March 26th: Original Soho Punk Rock Tour (11-1pm), Soho/Covent Garden, London Transport Museum, possibly the Clink museum, and at 6:00 pm go to St. Paul's Tube station/exit 2 to meet London Walks Tour guide for "Ghosts of the Old City" Tour.

Sunday, March 27th: Hampton Court Palace, then dinner/show at 6:15 at Medieval Banquet

Monday, March 28th: Tower of London, Tower Bridge Exhibition, Shakespeare's Globe Theater, and London Bridge Experience

Tuesday, March 29th: Early go to Westminster Abbey, at 2pm take the London Walks "Old Westminster Walks," Churchill War Rooms (walk ends there), then River Thames Cruise.

Wednesday, March 30th: Hop on Hop Off bus tour, 1pm meet at Traflagar Square for "Royal London Tarts and Tiaras" walk finishes at Buckingham Palace, maybe back on the Hop on Hop Off Bus...

Thursday, March 31st: Eating London East End Tour at 10am (3.5hr tour). The rest of the day is free.

Friday, April 1st: check out at noon and flight back to Baltimore is at 4pm.

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