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tube question / restaurants near Sanctuary Hotel London

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We will be arriving in London (LHR) on a Sunday midday - we are hoping to take the tube to our hotel - we will have one midsized suitcase each. It seems the nearest tube station to our hotel is St. James Park, tho Westminster may be not much further. Is St. James a luggage friendly station? Also it seems the best route is to transfer to the green line (District?) but this line seems a bit odd to me as it has multiple off-shoots. I assume we just wait and watch until we see a train marked with the end station we need?

Also any mid-priced restaurant suggestions near our hotel would be welcome - I'm thinking we are not in the best location restaurant wise but we liked the looks and price of this hotel and it is close to many of the "iconic" sights.

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