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Which time period is preferable for summer visit to London?

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We’re starting to plan a one week stay in London for the 2015 summer. We have two time periods which will work with everyone’s schedule, jobs, or school. They are within the last two weeks of June or the first two weeks of August. In terms of weather, crowds, or places being open, are both time periods about the same? Since it is summer, and temperatures can be unpredictable, should we definitely be looking for places to stay that have air conditioning? There are five of us, DS, DIL, GS age 12, plus DH and me. Any thoughts?

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