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Need Advice re: London Hop-On/Hop-Off Tour - Mid May

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My husband & I have a port stop in Dover have a limited time to see London so rather than take a set tour we thought we'd like the Hop-On/Hop-Off Tour option.
1. How easy is it to get tickets on the day of the tour or would you recommend making reservations ahead of time?
2. Which company do you recommend for this kind of tour?
3. Is there one that you would NOT recommend?
4. Is it better to work directly with the Tour companies, booking agents or the city's Tourist Centers?

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