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London Pass with Travel - Worthwhile?

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My wife and I are planning a week in London in early October 2010. We are experienced travellers and would like to see many of the historic/famous sites in London (first visit) as well as experience the city by living in an apartment and doing a fair amount of walking/exploring. I came accross the "London Pass with travel" for 6 days (7 with the free day) that covers the entry fees fo many attractions as well as travel (tube, trams, buses, trains) in zones 1-6 (help!). (cost 133 pounds). This seems attractive........................feedback would be appreciated. Our plans will be firmed up in about 1 month at which time I will be looking for 1 br accommodation preferrably reasonably close to many of the attractions in central London. Suggestions as to areas to consider would also be appreciated.

Thanks,

mg

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