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Transportation Assistance needed - in and outside of London

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My family will be visiting London in March. We are staying at the Hilton Park Lane. I am trying to determine transportation options to all the locations we plan to visit, so we are well prepared when we arrive. I would prefer to buy transportation tickets before we leave if possible. While I am taking cost of transportation into account, the very most important factor to us is convenience. In some instances I would not opposed to hiring car service or using Uber if that is the fastest, most direct route and it is not exorbitantly priced.

I have most of our days mapped out. However, I am getting very confused about a couple of our excursions.

1. I would like to attend Palm Sunday Service in Canterbury. I have already contacted the church for details. I would like to arrive in Canterbury via EAST station. (I know West station may be faster but I really want us to enter through EAST.) I have looked at various options, but can't seem to figure out which is best. Help please?

2. We will travel to Oxford one day. What is the best way to get there, and from which station? There seem to be many options.

3. For all other outings, we will use the bus or train. I have investigated oyster, travel and traveler visit cards. For convenience and most flexibility I think we need travelcards. Do you agree? Should I just purchase for all zones?

Thank you in advance for your help!

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