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St. Katherine's-by-theTower to The O2, etc.

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Hello all, I have more than a few questions for our upcoming 11-day trip to London beginning this Wednesday.
As we'll be going to The O2 for a tennis tournament on 4 different days, and would like to use different modes of transportation, could anyone please tell me how to get from our apartment near St.-Katherine's dock to The O2 by way of tube, boat, bus, DLR, etc. avoiding as many stairs as feasible.
We're arriving at Heathrow, probably buying 7-day Oyster cards (still debating whether we will need the paper travel card for the 2-4-1 vouchers). I believe the Oyster cards will be good for all modes transportation with the exception of the river bus which gives you a discount if you have an Oyster.
If we journey via tube from Heathrow, change at Earl's Court for the District Line and get off at Tower Hill tube station, approximately how many stairs are there?
If you've stayed near St. Katherine's (we're staying at 28 Nightingale), what bus routes were best for getting to Borough's Market, Bloomsbury and Leicester Square areas.
Lastly, any other transportation recommendations, restaurant and other thoughts much appreciated.
Thank you!

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