Leaving for London in 3 weeks

Oct 15th, 2003, 10:40 AM
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London Walks - I've printed their online brochure, though it is out of date, so I'll pick up a new one after I arrive. Some of those walks sound fabulous. I think we'll try for some.

Thanks to everyone for the additional sight & museum suggestions. As always, you're a font of great information.
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Oct 17th, 2003, 09:14 AM
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Just got back from 6 days myself. IMHO, if you like history, check out the Museum of London early in your stay (gives great context to the rest of your trip) and if you're interested in WWII, check out the Cabinet War Rooms while you're taking in the usual Whitechapel sights. If you take a hop on bus, sit on top if you can, but bring a hat and maybe even gloves - its windy (fights jet lag!), but you really get the best views. We did the big bus - there are two routes blue and red - red has live commentary and blue is recorded. Red was better. Are you interested in having tea? I thought it was fun to take a break in the middle of the afternoon and eat something decadent and have a nice warm drink. There are tons of places to choose from, from casual and simple to over the top luxury. I also vote for checking out London Walks and at least one night at the theater. We were able to get seats from TKTS up to one hour before the show in some cases (not all shows will be available). Sounds like you have a good plan! Happy Wedding and have a great trip!
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Oct 17th, 2003, 02:22 PM
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Go ahead and email London Walks with any questions that you have about the current schedule. They are good about replying. [email protected]

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