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Kindly critique our six-day London itinerary

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We have a tentative itinerary for a few days in London in June. My husband and I are 50ish, in good health, enjoy museums and art galleries and walking. My husband only has a limited tolerance for museums before he needs to get to a pub :) We will be staying in the Earls Court area. I wonder if you might take a look at our planned schedule and see if there are any busts. Many thanks!!

Day One (Wednesday)
Arrive Gatwick at 10 am, arrive at hotel (Earls Court area) around noonish?
Borough Market for lunch
Tower of London
Dinner somewhere near hotel

Day Two (Thursday)
Courtauld Institute Galleries
British Museum
6pm dinner in Covent Garden (already booked)
7:30pm Book of Mormon, Prince of Wales Theatre (already booked)

Day Three (Friday)
Boat trip to Greenwich
5:30pm dinner at Elgar Room (already booked)
7:30 pm Swan Lake at Albert Hall (already booked)

Day Four (Saturday)
National Gallery and/or National Portrait Gallery
Music Museum
7:30pm We Will Rock You, Dominion Theatre (already booked)

Day Five (Sunday)
Day trip to Oxford

Day Six (Monday)
Churchill War Rooms
Westminster Abbey

Day Seven (Tuesday)
Flight home

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