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London - Premier Inn, Day Trip

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A friend and I will be travelling with a stopover in London for 3 nights. Each of us will have a child with us ages 7 and 9. Neither has been to London and realize there's more than 2 1/2 days of things to see there, but want to stay somewhere inexpensive, convenient and clean. We plan to spend most of our time out and about. I've narrowed it to the Premier Inn locations of County Hall, Blackfriars, and Borough Market. Each of these seem to have their advantages of location and costs are not much different. Knowing very little about getting around or the properties, what advice would anyone have? Interests primarily on History, knowing we'll have to keep the kids interested..:)

Additionally, I've been looking at a day trip and wondering if it's worth trying to see something else close to London to get a broader perspective - something like Hampton Court or Rye, or would the advice be to stay in London with so much to see?

Thanks in advance.

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