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London Food Prices and Pubs

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As I have never been to Europe -- and will be in London for 5 days -- I would like to enjoy some good Bangers and Mash, Fish & Chips, Bubble and Squeak, and other dishes that I have always heard about. Suggestions ??? Wonder what the price ranges will be ?? I have heard that everything is incredibly expensive, even burgers. Is it so?

I watch the Two Fat Ladies Show on the Cooking Channel, and love what they cook. Do you have any recommendations where I might find good, local cuisine, as such. We are interested in having Pub Fare, and some good beer. I have never been real keen on dark ale and am hoping to find some light ale that might be more to my palate.

I will also be spending one day in Guernsey. I have looked at some information and still do not know what the best to see and do. Anyone have some ideas? I am totally open. I saw a video of the Channel Islands and the connection with England during the war with the Germans. Most interesting. Other than this, this is the only knowledge I now have.

I've gotten such good ideas that I am seeing input again. It's almost time to leave the USA for London. We are all really getting excited about our journey.

Thanks so much for taking a few minutes for us. We really appreciate your comments.


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