We are spending a couple of days in London early next month and have reserved a flat in the Docklands area. I have not been to London in many years and don't know if it makes sense to purchase some sort of travel card (like the Oyster) or if many of the major tourist things will be accessible on foot. We don't mind walking and plan to view things such as the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, Covent Garden, etc. Also - we're arriving at Gatwick on Saturday evening. Would you have recommendations for getting to the docklands from the airport? Thanks very much!
Public transportation in London - 2 Days, 2 adults, 3 children
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