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London experts needed!

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Hi - I'm headed to London with my mom and have found two flats that I'm interested in renting for five days. One is a one bedroom in the heart of Covent Garden (stayed in this area for one night many years ago) and the other is a two bedroom on the cusp of Kensington/Earl's Court on Hogarth Road. Both very similar in price - I've been to London a few times and have always stayed in Knightsbridge but am looking to change things up a bit. This trip will be exploring neighborhoods, shopping and heading to markets, won't be hitting the "big" tourist sights.

Any info/advice on these areas would be a great help!

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