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London Itinerary - Please Review

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Hey everyone! My boyfriend and I will be traveling to London and Paris in less than 2 weeks. I've compiled a working itinerary, and would greatly appreciate any suggestions/comments/feedback. I included some time frames for reference, but am not sure exactly how much time we will spend in certain locations. Thank you very much for your help!

Day 1 (Tuesday)
7:10 AM: Arrive Heathrow
Check in/freshen up at Airbnb in Southwark, get a light snack, go grocery shopping.
1 PM: Afternoon tea at the Orangery
2 PM - 4 PM: Walk around Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park
Victoria and Albert Museum
Head back to Southwark around 9:30/10 PM and sleep early so we are well-rested for our first full day.

Day 2 (Wednesday)
8:30 AM - 1 PM: Tower of London - We will buy tickets online beforehand. We are planning on visiting the Crown Jewels first, then heading back outside to join a Beefeater Tour.
1:30 PM: Tower Bridge - We will buy tickets online beforehand
3 PM: Lunch at Borough Market
Southwark Cathedral
Walk South Bank (Read online that this takes about 30 minutes)
Westminster Abbey for Evensong
Piccadilly Circus

Day 3 (Thursday)
9 AM - 12 PM: British Museum
12:15 PM - 2 PM: Covent Garden for lunch
2: 30 PM: Euston Station
5 PM: Harry Potter Studio Tour

Day 4 (Friday)
9 AM - 12 PM: Westminster Abbey, Verger-led tour
1 PM - 3 PM: Westminster Cathedral
Buckingham Palace
St. James Park
10 Downing Street
National Gallery (Closes at 9 PM on Fridays)

Day 5 (Saturday)
9 AM: Druid Street Market
Open afternoon
Leadenhall Market
7:45 PM: Reservations for SkyGarden

Day 6 (Sunday)
8 AM: Catholic mass at Westminster Cathedral
10:30 AM: BrakeAway Bike Tour
Open afternoon
7:45 Reservations for SkyGarden (We booked SkyGarden for 2 days, but are unsure if we will go both days, we are still thinking about what we would like to do)

Thanks for reading!

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